PEANUT BUTTER (1 Year+) (200g)

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Total weight is 350g out of which 200g is the product weight and 150g is the Packing Weight.



Admit it – there’s nothing that a spoonful of peanut butter cannot fix!!😍There’s just something about the way it sticks to the roof of the mouth and melts. Slathered on a piece of freshly toasted bread or combined with jam for a perfectly good sandwich, a giant scoop of peanut butter is all you need to satisfy a sweet craving. But then you grow up, and start analyzing everything you eat and worry about your health. You tend to ditch this old time favourite, because how could something this scrumptious actually be healthy! Here’s why you’re wrong😊

Peanuts are not fattening – it’s just a myth. Yes, peanuts have fat but it’s the good for you monounsaturated and polyunsaturated kind, which makes peanut butter fairly nutritious. Peanut butter actually supplies all 3 macronutrients in 1 serving – carbohydrates, protein and fat. It may not be as healthy as spinach or broccoli, calorie for calorie, but it’s a great source of vitamin E, vitamin B3, vitamin B6, folate, magnesium, copper and manganese. It also contains vitamin B5, iron, potassium, zinc and selenium in small amounts. Also Peanut Butter contains a certain antioxidant called resveratrol, which has been known to fight free radicals that can cause heart disease and cancer. Studies have shown that peanut butter actually slows down cellular aging and promote heart health. It’s the one food that can be a dieter’s and a foodie’s best friend. So before you pass on the peanuts, we’ve listed 8 reasons you need to eat a spoonful of heaven daily. You’re welcome!


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✅Rock salt
✅Coldpressed Sunflower Oil



With 180 to 210 calories per serving, calling peanut butter a diet food may seem counter-intuitive. But truth be told, eating peanut butter actually suppresses hunger which leads to weight loss. It has the enviable combination of fiber (2.6 g per serving) and protein (7-8 g per serving) that keeps you feeling full for longer, so you end up eating less overall. And since there’s nothing more indulgent than licking peanut butter off a spoon, once you do – you try to stay on track after.


Peanut butter contains a substance called p-coumaric acid which helps in offsetting the damage done to cells associated with cardiovascular diseases. Also, peanut butter contains more unsaturated fat than saturated fat making it a fat friendly food which lowers the risk of cardiovascular and coronary heart disease.


Research shows that eating a vitamin E–rich diet lowers the risk of stomach, colon, lung, liver, and other cancers” and you guessed it – peanut butter is packed with cancer-fighting vitamin E.


Peanuts are one of the foods highest in niacin, and people who eat foods rich in niacin i.e. Vitamin B3 are less likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease or other memory disorders. The niacin contained within peanut butter helps in the recovery of cell damage of the brain, which provides protection against this disease. Also, the p-coumaric acid content in peanut butter helps fight the oxidative stress on the cells of the body associated with neurodegenerative diseases.


Studies have shown that consuming peanut butter in moderation can actually reduce the risk of gallstones by 25%. This is because a large percentage of gallstones are cholesterol stones, which are linked to high levels of ‘bad’ cholesterol. Peanuts have the ability of lowering LDL (bad cholesterol) and increasing ‘good’ cholesterol i.e. HDL, thereby reducing the possibility of developing gallstones.


Peanuts and peanut butter have been shown to positively affect blood sugar control and help decrease the risk of diabetes. According to a study published in the Journal of The American Medical Association, “Eating about 2 tablespoons of peanut butter at least 5 days a week can reduce the risk of developing diabetes by almost 30%, particularly Type 2 Diabetes”.


Iron and calcium are found in abundance in peanut butter which are important for transporting oxygen in the blood and promoting healthy, strong bones.Including healthy protein in your daily diet like peanut butter is a good option to maintain strong bones.


Every 2-tablespoon serving of peanut butter contains more than 8 g of protein, 2 g of dietary fiber, 208 milligrams of potassium, more than half a gram of iron, 24 micromilligrams of folate, 188 calories and 3 grams of sugars. It fits a bodybuilder’s nutrition needs perfectly by supporting intense weightlifting. All you have to do is keep a jar of peanut butter at your office or in your gym bag, providing quick protein directly following a workout. You can also slather it on a few slices of apple – a quick fix for energy and calories.

Who would have thought indulging in a spread so divine would actually benefit you in so many amazing ways? Remember: To get the full benefits of peanut butter, it’s recommended to have 2 tablespoons of peanut butter per day.

If you’re part of the rare breed that gets bored of peanut butter after eating a spoonful, you can mix it up with your other meals to reap the benefits. Try shaking up a protein smoothie or a bowl of oatmeal before a workout. You can also whip up cheesecakes and cupcakes made with peanut butter and chocolate!!😊

Lastly, Don’t forget to eat peanut butter in moderation because no matter how nutrient-rich it is, excess of everything is bad for health. It can even be fattening, if taken in large amounts every day. Being calorie-dense, the most prominent thing one must remember while eating peanut butter is moderating its serving to two tablespoon serving every day❤️

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Note : Total weight is 380g out of which 200g is the product weight & 180g is the Packing Weight.

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Weight 380 g

2 reviews for PEANUT BUTTER (1 Year+) (200g)

  1. Elanchezhiyan

    Good and natural


    Tastiest and healthiest ever…waiting for you guys to launch 500g too👍

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