5 Amazing Health Benefits of Peanut Oil Consumption

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Many people throughout the United States love consuming peanuts. In fact, statistics show that peanut butter and peanuts make up for 67% of all nut consumption in the United States. Regular peanut consumption has been shown to have many benefits. That being said, you might be unaware of the many benefits of peanut oil consumption. With that in mind, here are five amazing health benefits of peanut oil.

  1. Great for Your Heart

    There are good and bad types of cholesterol that can be consumed. In order to live a healthy lifestyle, it’s recommended that you consume good types of cholesterol. Both refined and unrefined peanut oil contains good cholesterol that actually works to lower bad cholesterol levels within the body.
  2. Keeps Immune System Strong

    One major aspect of staying healthy is avoiding becoming sick. No one enjoys the feeling of being achy and tired while under the weather. Considering that, it’s wise to consume refined peanut oil to help boost your immune system. Your immune system is largely responsible for helping you to feel well and fight off sickness. If you don’t have a great immune system, it stands to reason that you’re more likely to get sick. One of the major benefits of peanut oil is that it contains resveratrol. Getting enough resveratrol helps to ensure your immune system remains strong and that you stay healthy.
  3. Promotes Healthy Skin

    People often spend large sums of money in order to have healthier and younger looking skin. With that in mind, one key to having healthy skin is simply to consume pure peanut oil. Peanut oil contains vitamin E, known to help improve the appearance of your skin. If your tired of spending time and money on costly skin creams, consider increasing the amount of peanut oil in your diet.
  4. Lowers Risk of Certain Cancers

    There are many benefits of eating peanuts. In fact, statistics gathered from Harvard University found that consuming two servings of nuts per day helps fight against the presence of cancer. However, you don’t have to only consume peanuts to fight against free radicals. For instance, consuming refined peanut oil still gives your body the resveratrol it needs to kick out free radicals from the body. Reducing the presence of free radicals has been shown to lower risks of developing cancer.
  5. Boosts Brain Power

    As many people get older, it’s common for their brains to function in a slower manner. With that in mind, it’s wise to consume nuts if you’re looking to slow or stop the aging process of your brain. In fact, one eight week study of 64 adults found that walnut consumption vastly improved overall brain comprehension. You don’t to reach specifically for walnuts in order to help keep your brain healthy and strong. Peanut oil contains antioxidants that fight against neural pathways becoming degraded.

To summarize, there are several important benefits of consuming peanut oil. These oils work well at increasing good cholesterol levels while lowering bad cholesterol. Peanut oil consumption helps to increase the strength of your immune system which is great for fighting off illnesses. You’ll also find that both unrefined and refined peanut oil both contain vitamin E which is known to keep your skin in great health. Peanut oil lowers the risk of developing cancer and certain cognitive diseases by fighting the presence of free radicals within the body.

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Francis Pitt

Francis Pitt has made a name for himself in farm-to-table organics, working at restaurants in Portland, Seattle and Burlington, Vermont. While he has a taste for the extreme, most of his restaurant’s top sellers are much more down-to-earth, regularly featuring mushrooms gathered from the slopes of the Cascades, and fresh wild-caught seafood from the Oregon coast. Inspired by trends in Portland, his latest restaurant offers the ultimate chef’s table: dinner begins in the morning at his island collective farm, and 4 lucky guests every week get to follow the food, literally, from the field to the plate! Francis is a firm believer that you are what you eat — do you really want to be a chemistry set?