Did you know that it is rich in protein and a single serving will help you get your daily recommended intake of niacin (Vitamin B3)? This nutrient benefits nerve and digestion function and helps produce energy. It also has Vitamin B-6, potassium, magnesium, zinc and phosphorous, which helps the body build bones and healthy cells.
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Peanut butter is high in fat content, but research suggests eating it may help you in losing some kilos. Eating peanut butter gets you nourished without sending your blood sugar over the roof. It also helps to control your appetite as it keeps you fuller for longer.
But too much of a good thing can be bad for you. If eaten in excess, peanut butter can clog your arteries, which can lead to cardiovascular disease. Adding peanut butter to yours or your children’s bread slices or morning smoothies is a good way to start your day with lots and lots of energy.
Simple recipe: Peanut butter, banana, milk and oatmeal. Blend until smooth. Serve chilled.
A jar of peanut butter costs Sh80 to Sh600 depending on brand and size.
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