Roasted peanuts found useful for the heart


14/03/2013

Modern people who have a keen interest in healthy eating, it is well known that eating salty and fried foods harmful to the vessels. However, there are exceptions to the rule. One of them was a salted peanuts - a popular beer snack. Experts from the American Heart Association (ACA) found that fried in peanut oil, not bad, and vice versa - is even good for the heart.

First, it was assumed that in the salty peanuts contains too much sodium, but in reality in peanuts sodium less than a piece of bread. For example, 30 grams of salted nuts is not more than 119 milligrams of sodium, which is much below the level of certification ASA (140 mg).

Many people think that peanut butter, roasted nuts which are very rich in calories, despite its usefulness. However, the verification and then showed the opposite: the roasting process does not increase in peanuts total fat content.

As a result, experts ACA failed to show that walnuts reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease in people with high cholesterol levels in the blood. Moreover, peanuts abundant substances very useful for human health are present in bezholesterinovy protein (8 grams of protein per 30 grams of nuts), vitamin E, and niacin, folic acid and potassium.


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