Unprocessed peanuts are a rich source of nutritional value. Peanuts that are usually in the store, through their processing, lose all their health. And since we eat them, it is worth eating a healthy, equally tasty version.
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Peanuts are known to be high in protein, an amino acid that is endogenous - arginine is a valuable building block of human muscle, significantly increasing our ability to exercise. They can affect the production of happiness hormones - all because they contain a lot of tryptophan, which is responsible for the production of serotonin.
Peanuts contain lots of vitamins and minerals. Vitamin B2, responsible for the proper functioning of the nervous system and the visual system. Vitamin B6, which is involved in the conversion of glucose to glycogen and affects blood pressure, as well as vitamin B5 responsible for proper cell function (accelerates wound healing, regulates proper energy release, prevents fatigue and improves cardiovascular, nervous and digestive systems. , also improves pigmentation and condition of the hair). Peanuts are a true vitamin B1 mineral, essential for proper tissue respiration, accelerate wound healing, and show pain relief, is responsible for proper functioning of the nervous system. By eating 100 grams you can supplement your vitamin requirement by more than 50%. Nuts also contain a lot of vitamin E, called "vitamin youth", because it protects the body against the action of free radicals. Moreover, it is a source of folic acid, which regulates the growth and function of cells, affects the nervous system and the brain, determines mental well-being, prevents damage to the neural tube in the fetus, has a positive effect on the importance and development of newborns. Nuts are also a true B3 vitamin bomb, which supports the metabolism and nervous system, dilates blood vessels, contributes to red blood cells, and helps to avoid skin dryness.
As for minerals, they supply us with magnesium, phosphorus, copper, manganese, zinc, iron, potassium, selenium and calcium. Peanuts are also a source of polyphenols - primarily resveratrol, but also quercetin, kemferol, rutin and ellagic acid.
Many studies have documented the benefits of peanut intake such as weight control, prevention of Alzheimer's disease and heart disease, and the inhibition of tumor cell growth. Peanuts contain mainly mono- and polyunsaturated fatty acids that reduce the level of bad "bad" LDL cholesterol and decrease serum lipids.
Taking into account the nutritional value and medicinal properties, it is important to remember that peanuts lose many nutritional and health benefits after processing. Therefore, the so-called roasted peanuts, salted and sometimes also coated in various batter, in addition to lower nutritional values are unfortunately a source of hardened vegetable fats, ie trans fats. These fats are responsible for producing the most viscous, so-called visceral type of obesity. They raise the level of "bad" LDL cholesterol, which results in atherosclerosis. Frequent consumption of products rich in trans fats can indirectly contribute to the development of cancer.
Peas can be heated in a pan, in the oven or in the microwave, and season with salt at your discretion.
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