ORGANIC PEANUT BUTTER CRUNCHY 100%
Nutritional Facts ORGANIC PEANUT BUTTER CRUNCHY 100% 1Kg
|Information ORGANIC PEANUT BUTTER CRUNCHY 100% 1Kg|
|Servings per container:|
|Amount per 100g|
|of which saturates||8.2g|
|of which sugars||5.9g|
|Vitaminas y Minerales||-|
|Ingredients: 100% Organic Peanuts with skin.|
- Crunchy peanut butter
- Contains pieces of peanuts
- High content in vegetable proteins
- Great content of mono-unsaturated fats
- Rich in vitamins, minerals and resveratrol
- Ideal for controlling appetite
Crunchy Peanut Butter by Meridian is a delicious crunchy peanut butter made 100% from natural peanuts, without palm oil, sugars or salt. Crunchy peanut butter includes pieces of peanut, carefully selected to ensure a crunch in the mouth. Peanut butter is highly nutritious. It contains amounts of calcium, magnesium, zinc, phosphorous, iron, copper, biotin, niacin and vitamin E, as well as the valuable presence of resveratrol. Peanut butter is also a good source of dietary fibre, very beneficial for digestive health.
Despite having a high fat content, these are principally mono-unsaturated and equivalent to those in olive oil, and therefore this product can be perfectly acceptable as a healthy food, enjoying all its nutrients and benefits for health. In fact, it has been proven that a diet high in mono-unsaturated fats with peanut butter helps to reduce levels of bad cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood and increase good cholesterol. While peanut butter is high in calories, it is also beneficial and can fit positively into a healthy diet always provided we consume it in moderation (it is not advisable to consume more than two spoonfuls a day).
Due to its great nutritional value and its ability to placate hunger pangs, it is advisable to include peanut butter in many diets designed to control or reduce weight, for active people, athletes, children, adolescents or even for the elderly. We should not forget that peanut butter provides us with 7g of proteins. Peanut proteins lack an essential amino acid, methionine, and therefore combining them with cereals (rich in this amino acid), complement their protein value. Amongst other healthy examples of note are combinations such as bread spread with peanut butter, rice sautéed in this cream, with fruit, with biscuits, pancakes or on yoghurt ice cream.