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What Are The Benefits Of Eating Peanut Shells
Hello, what are the benefits of eating peanuts? (Unsalted) are they a good source of clearing acne since just like almonds?
Quote: “Scientific evidence suggests but does not prove that eating 1.5 ounces per day of most nuts, such
as peanuts, as part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol may reduce the risk of heart disease.
1.5 ounces of peanuts also offers a good and excellent source of fiber and protein (10% and 20% RDA)" Plus, they taste good and satisfy appetite for a long time, so less likely to eat junk ...Read more
What are the health benefits of "healthy fat"? I used to think fat meant more calories/more weight gain. Is peanut butter a healthy fat?
Satiety: Most people like to eat some fat because it provides flavor and makes us feel full. Saturated fats like in meat and dairy products cause LDL (bad) cholesterol to increase and arteries to get clogged. Unsaturated fats like in nuts, peanut butter, and oils like olive, canola, and peanut, don't increase LDL cholesterol but do increase HDL (good) cholesterol. Just be aware that fat has more calories. ...Read more
Not at all: If you don't have peanut allergy or adverse reaction to peanut, you can eat it everyday as long as you still enjoy consuming it. As a rule, just don't overindulge yourself. Consume all type of foods in moderation. Enjoy. ...Read more
Eating brown bread with peanut butter at night is good or it should be consumed in morning only?????
Equally good AM/PM: Whether brown bread with peanut butter is good is a complex question with no clear answer. Some people advise against all grains, some advise against gluten, but most tolerate these in moderation. Peanuts are good for most but some are allergic and they can be contaminated with mold; some peanut butters have added sugars which aren't healthy. It's equally good any time; don't eat just before bed. ...Read more
If a person had a: Peanut allergie - expect that their airway could swell. If a person was popping peanuts while supine in bed, suspect that they might accidentally aspirate one. But if you don't have a peanut allergy, and chewed peanuts prior to going to bed, don't see how it would choke you. Take care. ...Read more
Avocados have a very healthy fat that is great for the body and skin. Bananas are high in potassium and calm the brain with tryptophan. Peanut butter is ok, but get an organic brand with cashews instead.
Do not forget to drink plenty of water and exercise.
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Yes: Here are some nutritional and interesting facts about banana. Http://www. Livescience. Com/45005-banana-nutrition-facts. Html ...Read more
Perhaps, if dry...: There are many reasons for relative constipation. Have your md review your current medications for constipation as side effect. Fiber (with enough water) very helpful, and you need to titrate up to full doses or you will get gassy. A healthy, fiber filled diet always good, and don't forget to drink more water. Regular exercise also excellent for getting those bowels moving. ...Read more
What are the advantages and disadvantages in eating too many peanuts? Do peanuts give you digestive problems?
Too much of anything: Is bad for you, no matter how healthy. ...Read more
What do you suggest if I have been eating a lot of roasted peanuts for about 2 days and I don't feel hungry are they going to make me fat?
Depends on amt.: Peanuts are high in calories.Get a more detailed answer ›
Too many calories: Unless you have a peanut allergy, the only negative effect you can have from eating too much peanut butter is gaining weight. Peanut butter is a very calorie dense food and eating a lot of it is sure to make you gain weight. The same can be said for bread. If you have no problems with gluten, bread can be eaten with impunity. Bread's carbohydrates that can make it easy to gain weight, fat weight. ...Read more
Does eating peanut or using peanut butter causes a gout flare up? What is the usual dose of colchicine during a flare up?
Peanut and gout: No, peanut foods wll not trigger gout. Colchicine dose is 0.1. Mg /d.Take in tart cherry juice and tart cherries, 20/day. Add Lemon extract 4 tblspns / day. And avoid alcohol, animal fats, organ meats, anchovies, sardines, tuna, salmon, and shellfish. Limit other meats to 4 oz per day. Avoid high fructose corn syrup containing drinks and foods. Add egg whites, quinoa, soy as protein. ...Read more
My son is 21years old now and have been eating peanuts, soya bean drinks and other food supposedly forbidden for g6pd. Will all this effect him later?
Yes, Risk Remains: G6PD Deficiency; genetic disorder; a key enzyme is lacking causing red blood cell destruction, anemia, jaundice, & more. Symptoms are triggered by: foods (fava beans, ascorbic acid, soy), drugs (Sulfa), other (infections, moth balls, henna). The mild form is commonest & may produce no symptoms, even after exposure to triggers. However avoiding triggers is recommended because potential risk remains ...Read more
How long does it take peanut dust to settle from the air after eating roasted or shelled peanuts from an open can? Will an air purifier clean the air?
A physics question!: How big is the room (volume), what is air flow in the room, and what is the weight of the particulates (peanut dust)? This is a real question of applied physics and not an easy answer. Hepa filters, especially hospital grade ones do a good job of air clearance. ...Read more
Controversial.: In some studies the risk went up, in some it went down. Probably depends on the individual genetics. ...Read more
Not expected: If you had a negative skin test to peanut and passed the challenge test, it would be highly unlikely for you to have an allergic reaction from eating the amount of peanuts used in the challenge. However one can never ruled newly developed allergy later although it is again rare. ...Read more
Could the smell or even sight of other people eating peanuts induce their allergy if they have one?
No: Unlikely, the allergy is not airborne.Get a more detailed answer ›
What is the reason that my allergy test say I was allergic to peanuts, but I've been eating without problem?
Lab vs life: That's a problem the testing of your histamine response in lab my not correlate to the response in your body and in daily life. Many times these allergy panel tests come up with a list of things you are allergic to yet you use them all the time. So likely you are not truly allergic ...Read more
My resting heart was 61 but went up to 73bpm1 thing I started doing was eating a lot if peanut butter for weight a healthy fat is it possible for this
Not worrisome: There is a network of nerves through the body that regulates heart rate and blood pressure. Also, adrenaline is released into the bloodstream to speed up the heart rate and raise blood pressure with certain activities. Because your stomach and intestines need more blood flow after eating, it is possible for the heart rate to rise after eating. If you have symptoms, you should talk to your doctor. ...Read more
Maybe: These are one of a great many popular foods that contain a lot of oxalate which is a component of many kidney stones. I've looked at the evidence and I think that warning people about oxalate in the diet is mostly protecting onesself from liability. Drinking plenty of water would probably go a lot farther to preventing kidney stones than radically restricting your diet / making a fetish. ...Read more
Sometimes: Depending on how fast transition time is through your stomach and GI tract, as well as how well you chew up the peanuts/almond will determine the "seediness" of your stool. ...Read more