1. Keep your appetite from going nuts
Peanuts are a high satiety food, which means they make you feel fuller for longer. In a study published in The Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism, participants who snacked on peanuts ate less later. The satiety value of peanuts is not solely a result of their fat, fiber,
or protein content, but “from the synergy of all of these components,” said Dr. Richard Mattes, Professor of Nutrition Science
at Purdue University.
You may also eat less when you have peanuts or peanut butter at breakfast, said Kathy McManus, Director of the Department of Nutrition at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, “Because they have the effect of stabilizing blood sugar, you’re not going to feel hungry as soon.”