Peanuts – big concentration of Carbohydrates, Fat, Protein and vitamin B and E

Peanut represents a plant with high concentration of Nutrients and with that characteristic, it surpasses all foods of animal origin, including Meat. Only Walnuts and Almonds can be compared with Peanuts. Because of this property, Peanuts should be an essential part of the human diet.

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They are more superior to Meat and Eggs, since Peanuts contain greater amount of Carbohydrates, Fat, Protein, and vitamin B and E, and minerals such as Calcium, Magnesium and Potassium. Combined with Whole Grains or Beans, Peanuts provide all the essential amino acids.

Due to the abundance of vitamin B3 and unsaturated Fatty acids, Peanuts are very useful for the regeneration of Skin Cells and their health, as well as for the health of Mucous membranes.
Fatty acids from the Peanut are of particular importance for ensuring the cells of the Heart with energy. Also, they lower the Cholesterol level and improve Blood flow. They are very useful for maintaining a normal Blood Pressure.

Energy 567 kcal Proteins 25.8 g
Carbohydrate 7.64 g Dietary Fiber 8.50 g
Vitamin A 0 µg Vitamin B1 0.640mg
Vitamin B2 0.135 mg Vitamin B3 16.2 mg
Vitamin B6 0.348 mg Vitamin B9 240 µg
Vitamin C 0 mg Vitamin E 9.13 mg
Sodium 18.0 mg Calcium 92.0 mg
Phosphor 376 mg Magnesium 168 mg
Iron 4.58 mg Potassium 705 mg
Zinc 3.27 mg Total Fat 49.2 g
Saturated Fat 6.83 g Cholesterol 0