With the amount of sugar and chemical additives in store-bought foods, it only makes sense for us to be wary of peanut butter. It’s among the world’s most popular spreads, and more often than not, the tastiest foods aren’t as healthy as we’d like them to be.
Which is quite odd, really, since many articles have been talking of the magnificent health benefits you can from eating peanut butter.
A quick look at the ingredients list of store-bought peanut butter and you’ll find a list of hard-to-pronounce chemicals, sugar, and trans fats.
So how in the world can peanut butter be good for you when, in fact, eating trans fats can actually lead you down the path to heart disease? Actually, peanut butter can be good for the body as long as you get the right type.
What is the right type of peanut butter?
Any kind of peanut butter, either store-bought or homemade, that’s made from ground peanuts and maybe a pinch or two of salt. You can find this type of peanut butter at organic markets and online. Real peanut butter without any additives should provide you with identical health benefits of peanuts which, as we all know, is extremely healthy.
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