Packing of approximately 250gr
Packing of approximately 100gr
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Peanut is an oleaginous fruit of the same family as chestnuts, walnuts and hazelnuts, being rich in fats that help reduce inflammation in the body and protect the heart.
This fruit is widely used in various culinary preparations, such as desserts, snacks, cereal bars, cakes and chocolates, being easy to be found in supermarkets, small grocery stores and food stores.
A quantity of 100 g of peanuts has approximately 544 kilocalories, in addition to 20 g of carbohydrate, 27 g of protein, 44 g of fat (mostly monounsaturated), in addition to other nutrients such as zinc, folic acid, magnesium, vitamins B and E. It does not contain cholesterol.
How to consume
It can be consumed in different ways. More popularly, roasted to be eaten as an aperitif, peanuts can still be consumed in paste, sweets (such as paçoca and pé de moleque), salted and even to make dishes.
Even with this diversity of possibilities for consumption, the most suitable one to implement on a daily basis is raw peanuts. Any natural foods exposed to heat, weather, humidity and any other environmental changes tend to undergo changes in their properties and characteristics.
When roasted, for example, it suffers a decrease in the concentration of protein, dietary fiber and carbohydrates, while its caloric rate can be increased by up to 11%.
Therefore, the best type for everyday consumption is raw. Even raw, consumption needs to be moderate, not exceeding servings equivalent to a palm, five times a week.
However, consumption by men should be guided by a nutritionist, as the oilseed is toxic and can increase the risk of cancer in males.
As a source of substances such as resveratrol, folic acid, phytic acid and vitamin E, peanuts are a strong ally in the prevention of some types of cancer.
Studies show, for example, an efficient colon cancer prevention function, in the case of people who regularly consume at least twice a week. Decreasing the incidence by more than 55% in cases of women and 25% in men.
As it is a food that contains the 3 macronutrients (fats, proteins and carbohydrates), in addition to being an excellent source of fiber, it provides a feeling of satiety, especially for people on restrictive diets, alleviating the feeling of food deprivation - which leads many people to eat more.
Peanuts are an excellent option to be consumed in small portions per day.
Containing a fair amount of protein, it is a plant food that has rich amino acid chains in its formation, helping to build muscle.
In addition, it is a great source of energy, being ideal for physical exercise.
Nervous system protection
A source of vitamin B3, a daily serving of peanuts can supply about 15% of the daily intake needed to protect against diseases such as Alzheimer's and senility, most commonly presented with advancing age.
Thus, it can be an important source of vitamin for the care of the brain and nervous system.
Foods with an antioxidant function are important for preventing premature aging, heart disease and even cancer.
Knowing this, peanuts, rich in vitamin E, have an antioxidant function that, by fighting free radicals, is ideal for preventing degeneration.
A curiosity is that, in this case, if roasted properly, it can increase the concentration of polyphenols by up to 22%.
List of Ingredients
*PEANUTS (90%), *Sunflower oil and salt (1%). May contain traces of PEANUTS and OTHER NUTS.
Average nutritional values per 100 g:
Energy: 2292 kJ / 548 kcal Lipids: 43 g Of which saturated: 7.7 g Carbohydrates: 14 g Of which sugars: 3.6 g Fiber: 8 g Proteins: 25 g Salt: 1 g
Conditions of Conservation and/or Use
Store in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight and heat sources. Once opened, consume within 15 days.
Credits: Ativo Saúde