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What are the healthiest nuts or peanuts? 


Peanuts inside and outside the shells that spill out of the wooden bowl. Peanuts are usually more affordable than other types of nuts.Eating peanuts is an excellent way for people to increase the amount of protein in their diet. Peanuts are widely available and provide several essential nutrients.    Although peanuts are technically a legume, meaning they belong to a food group of a specific plant family, most people consider them as a nut.Peanuts contain a range of polyphenols, antioxidants, flavonoids and amino acids.Research has shown that all these components are beneficial for human health.   

According to the database of nutrients that the Department of Agriculture of the United States (USDA) has created, 100 g of peanuts contain 567 calories and the following amounts of other nutrients:   

  • Protein: 25.80 g  
  • fat: 49.24 g  
  • Carbohydrates: 16.13 g  
  • fiber: 8.50 g  Sugar: 4.72 g   

The fats in peanuts are mainly healthy monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA),although these nuts contain a lower amount of saturated fats.    

There are also a lot of minerals in 100 g of peanuts, including the  following:   

  •  Calcium: 92 milligrams (mg) 
  •  iron: 4.58 mg  Magnesium: 168 mg  
  •  Phosphorus: 376 mg 
  •  Potassium: 705 mg    

 Peanuts also offer the benefit of being more affordable than many other  varieties of nuts.

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