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Peanuts contain 13 different vitamins including A, B, C and E groups, 26 essential minerals like iron and calcium, zinc and boron.
Low on salt, groundnuts also act as natural hunger suppressants as it is loaded with good fats.
There is absolutely zero amount of cholesterol in peanuts. However, they are loaded with fats – only good fats – Monounsaturated and Polyunsaturated ones. In fact, more than 80% of these fats are heart-healthy fats that are often found in avocados and olive oil, which are known to lower the risk of cardiovascular diseases.
Groundnuts are an ideal snack for diabetics as it aids in lowering blood sugars.
Peanuts are a rich source of beta-sitosterol, which aids in the prevention of tumors in the body.
Groundnuts improve the functioning of the brain, thanks to its ample amounts of Vitamin B3 and niacin.
Stops Hair Loss:
These tiny, wonder nuts are a good source of Vitamin C, that helps in boosting immunity and arrest hair fall. Regular intake of peanuts increases the production of collagen, strengthens hair follicles, prevents baldness, and contributes to hair growth.
Helps Lose Weight:
Peanuts are a good mix of protein, fat, and fibre to improve gut health and can keep you satiated for longer hours.
How to cook peanuts:
Rinse the peanuts:
Thoroughly rinse raw unshelled peanuts in water
Put water, salt, seasoning, peanuts in a large stockpot, bring to a boil:
Cover and reduce the heat just enough to maintain a low boil.
Boil for 2 to 3 hours or longer (some boil their peanuts all day), until peanuts reach desired level of softness.
Drain and eat up within a couple of days..Boiled peanuts don’t save as well as dry.