If you ♥ peanuts, here’s great news: Peanuts love your heart back.
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 babies—and in response, doctors have updated their advice to new parents. Meanwhile, scientists are moving closer to an effective treatment for peanut allergy. Here are some highlights from recent research.
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).
How much do Americans love peanuts? Enough for every man, woman, and child to enjoy seven pounds of peanuts per year, based on the number of peanuts in the U.S. food supply.
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. But what you might not realize is that peanuts have a host of other health benefits, as well. Here are six you should know about.