Research from the University of Barcelona on the gut microbiota has found that daily consumption of peanuts and peanut butter can produce compounds in the gut that help improve memory and reduce stress response, including anxiety and depression, in healthy young adults.
With food costs on the rise, consumers are looking for meals and recipes that stretch their dollar. According to The Peanut Institute, peanuts and peanut butter are some of the most affordable, nutrient-dense sources of protein available.
Fall is a great time for children and adults to get back into a regular schedule, including a healthy eating routine. One easy, inexpensive and tasty ingredient for overall health and wellness is peanuts.
New Research Shows Consumption of Peanuts and Peanut Butter Delivers Cognitive Benefits and Reduces Stress in Young Adults
The University of Barcelona has released new research showing that consumption of peanuts and peanut butter may improve cognitive function and reduce stress in healthy young adults.
The Peanut Institute is sharing recent research that shows eating two ounces of lightly salted peanuts daily for 12 weeks may help reverse a medical condition known as metabolic syndrome.
In the past three years, new research has found that peanuts and peanut butter can be a powerful tool to help diabetics live a healthier life and prevent the onset of type 2 diabetes in others, according to The Peanut Institute.
For a health routine boost, add a dose of peanuts. Research shows pausing daily for peanuts or peanut butter does a body and mind good. Peanuts are a superfood so just a small amount can fend off mid-morning hunger, help eliminate the afternoon slump and deliver much-needed brainpower.
When it comes to health and wellness, it’s OK to start small. In fact, a good health reset is often most successful when smart, small, sustainable changes are made.
Peanuts have it all. They’re tasty, low-cost and packed with protein, vitamins and minerals. To celebrate this superfood, The Peanut Institute is launching a 30/30 Peanut Challenge.
A large-scale study recently published in the American Heart Association’s journal, Circulation, showed that higher levels of linoleic acid in the body are associated with a lower risk of major cardiovascular events.