Tuesday, 14 October 2014

The Development of Hormones by Peanuts

The peanuts have many health benefits. About 100 gm of peanuts contain 426 calories, 15 gm carbohydrates, 17 gm proteins and 35 gm fats. Besides they contain sufficient amount of vitamin E, vitamin k, and vitamin B 6. 
Peanuts
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It is also a good source of iron, niacin, folate calcium and zinc.

Fried peanuts are the best source of antioxidants. They contain monounsaturated fats in excess, which is good for the health of the veins and arteries.

They are the storehouse of vitamin E, which fights with cancer and reduces the risks of several heart diseases.


It is a good for the development of hormones in both the men and women.


The calcium and vitamin D present in peanuts is good for the dental health.
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