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Super Similar: Benefits Peanuts Share with Other Superfoods

How healthy are peanuts? The truth is, they’re rich in protein, healthy fats, vitamins and minerals1--all of which put them on equal footing with just about every other superfood. But sometimes, it can be easy to overlook these nutrient-packed powerhouses due to their...

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Why Peanuts Are a Good Fit for Athletes

This superfood isn’t just for super athletes. Fitness lovers of all levels love peanuts in all its forms—from snack nuts to peanut butter to peanut powder. That’s because in just one ounce of peanuts (or two tablespoons of peanut butter or peanut powder) per day, you...

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Are Peanuts Good for Your Brain?

Peanuts contain a wealth of benefits for the brain thanks to functional compounds that have been shown to boost memory, strengthen cognition, protect against cognitive disease, decline and more1. But what exactly is it about this savory superfood that makes it quite...

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5 Super Powerful Ways Peanuts Help with Diabetes

We’ve had a lot of people ask us, “Are peanuts and peanut butter good for diabetics?” And the short answer? Absolutely! Peanuts offer an amazing mix of plant-based protein, healthy fats and minerals—in fact,the American Diabetes Association lists nuts and legumes...

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We’ve Cracked the 4 Biggest Peanut Myths

As new research continues on the peanut, it’s becoming increasingly evident that this affordable, sustainable and flexible superfood contains a wealth of healthy benefits to share. However, as we learn more, it’s important to look back and correct some possible...

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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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