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Start Baking Healthier with Peanut Flour

Protein-rich. Low-carb. Gluten-free. These are all popular eating plans today. And peanut flour can help you achieve each of these diet goals.1, 2, 3, 4 That’s because peanut flour is: Rich in protein. Peanut flour is made from crushed peanuts that have had some of...

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What’s the Latest in Peanut Allergy Research?

The last few years have been an exciting time for peanut allergy researchers. They’ve learned a lot about how to prevent peanut allergy in babies1—and in response, doctors have updated their advice to new parents.1, 2 Meanwhile, scientists are moving closer to an...

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5 Reasons to Cook with Peanut Oil

Here’s a rule of thumb for the kitchen: Whenever possible, replace fats that are solid at room temperature (such as butter and shortening) with ones that are liquid (such as various oils from plants).1, 2 Oils, in general, are healthier for your heart1, 2 —and peanut...

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No Way! 6 Under-the-Radar Benefits of Peanuts

It’s no secret that peanuts are one of the tastiest, most convenient snacks around. You may also have heard that they’re great for your heart and blood vessels.1, 2 But what you might not realize is that peanuts have a host of other health benefits, as well.3 Here are...

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6 Ways Peanuts Can Help Your Heart

If you ♥ peanuts, here’s great news: Peanuts love your heart back. In one study, Harvard researchers tracked the health of more than 210,000 people for up to 32 years. They found that people who ate peanuts at least twice per week had a 15 percent lower risk of...

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Peanuts: The Earth’s Favorite Food

You want the foods you eat to be delicious and nutritious—and peanuts get an A+ in both those categories.1 But in a recent survey, half of Americans said it’s also at least somewhat important to them that their food be produced in a sustainable way.2 Well, peanuts ace...

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Yep, Some Fats Are Good for You (Like the Ones in Peanuts!)

Not so long ago, it was widely believed that fat in foods was bad for you. Period. But over time, more research has shed additional light on this topic. Today, health experts say some types of fat are good for you when eaten in sensible amounts.1, 2 And it turns out...

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4 Bioactive Reasons to Eat More Peanuts

Bioactive probably isn’t a word you use every day—but maybe it should be. Simply put, bioactive compounds that are found in some foods act in your body in ways that promote a longer, healthier life. One particular food that’s packed with bioactive compounds: peanuts.

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