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  • Roasted peanuts 200g

    Roasted peanuts 200g

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    € 2,00
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    € 2,00
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    Many people ask, are peanuts and peanut butter really good for us? Are Peanuts Eat Healthy?
    We can answer firmly - yes! People who eat peanuts consume more essential and health-important nutrients. The story doesn’t end there, as peanuts contain unique bioactive components that act as antioxidants and prevent a variety of diseases. Botanically, peanuts are classified as legumes, but in cooking they are considered nuts. Peanuts grow underground, unlike other nuts that grow on trees (such as walnuts, almonds, etc.). Who Invented Peanut Butter? There is evidence that the ancient Inca Indians of South America were the first to grind peanuts by making peanut butter. Peanuts and peanut butter became an integral part of the ration of the Armed Forces of World Wars I and II when meat was not easy to obtain. These nuts have been recognized as a valuable source of protein. Peanut proteins are plant-based, so they have additional components that provide positive health benefits. Peanuts contain fiber and unique bioactive substances, unlike animal proteins. Peanuts are high in arginine, an amino acid that is one of the building blocks of protein. This amino acid is a precursor to nitric oxide, a compound that dilates our blood vessels. This can help reduce blood pressure and the risk of heart disease. Peanut oil has a pleasant and sometimes mild nutty taste. It is perfect for baking because it has a unique property. This oil does not absorb the taste of other foods fried in the oil, so it is possible to cook several different dishes together and each will retain its great taste. Peanut oil is also one of the most traditional cooking oils in the world, as it can reach high temperatures, which makes the outside of the food crispy and the inside very moist.

    After eating 100 grams, you will provide yourself:

    calories: 570 kcal
    carbohydrates: 21 g 
    fat, of which:
    saturated 7 g 
    polyunsaturated 16 g 
    monounsaturated 24 g 

    <br> Vitamins:<br> A: 7 μg 1% recommended daily allowance (DN) <br>
    Vitamin E: 6.6 mg
    Vitamin B1: 0.6 mg
    Vitamin B2: 0.3 mg
    Vitamin B3: 12.9 mg
    Vitamin B5: 1.8 mg
    Vitamin B6: 0.3 mg
    Vitamin B9: 246 μg

    Minerals:
    Zinc: 3.3 mg
    Calcium: 62 mg
    Magnesium: 184 mg
    Manganese: 2 mg
    Potassium: 332 mg
    Iron: 2 mg
    Phosphorus: 336 mg

    The price per kilogram is 10.00