A great tasting and natural source of healthy fats made from 100% peanuts with the whole skin and with nothing else added or taken away.
This peanut butter comes in both smooth and crunchy and is delicious as a spread, using in your cooking, adding to porridge, and even your protein shakes.
>Suitable for Vegetarians and Vegans
>8g Protein Per Serving
>No Added Artificial Flavorings or Sugars
>Perfect for Anyone Looking to Increase Lean Mass and Body Weight
Peanut butter, almond butter and cashew butter are some examples of
high-protein foods that can be added to any delicious snack. Our butters are
made with 100% natural ingredients containing no added sugar or salt. Choose
from a wide range of great tasting nut butters.
Nut butters have high nutritional value
Nut butters are very nutritious. In general, two tablespoons alone
contain a high amount of vitamin E, which is a powerful antioxidant that helps
repair cells in the skin (*1). They're also a natural source of magnesium and
potassium as well as important vitamins, all of which are absolutely essential for
all of the body's chemical processes.
Daily nut consumption can also improve insulin sensitivity, which in
turn helps to reduce the risk of developing type-2 diabetes. This has been
documented by scientific research (*2), (*3).
Nut butters can help you lose weight
Nut butters generally have a negative reputation as a fattening food as
it contains about 200 calories in just 2 tablespoons. It may seem a bit
contradictory to say nut butters can actually help you lose weight but that's
Although high in calories, nut butters are rich in both fiber and protein as
well. These two nutrients are known to help increase satiety and so keeping
your food cravings away. Daily nut consumption helps reduce appetite. This is
backed up by solid scientific research that looked at the relation between nut
consumption and body weight (*4), (*5), (*6).
Nut butters are rich in healthy fats
Not all fat is bad for you. In fact, fats found in nut butters are high
in both monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats, which are known to be
good for the cardiovascular system. Research published in the Journal
of the American Medical Association shows that daily nut consumption
can help decrease 'bad' cholesterol and triglycerides levels (*7).