The nutritionist noted that peanuts, first of all, have a beneficial effect on the cardiovascular system and reduce blood pressure.
Peanuts are rich in fats, but these fats are actually good for the cardiovascular system. But only to an extremely limited extent. Nutritionist Olga Rustamova explained how the popular bean affects the human body.
Contrary to popular belief, peanuts have a beneficial effect on the body in limited quantities. It is rich in protein, fiber, magnesium, and other useful minerals that are so necessary for the human body. Peanuts do not contain trans fats, which have a negative impact on heart function.
“Eating up to 20 pieces of peanuts as a snack has a positive impact on your health,” says the nutritionist.
Rustamova added that peanuts have a beneficial effect on the cardiovascular system, reduce blood pressure, and lower cholesterol. Often, the overall reduction of heart disease is associated with the consumption of small amounts of nuts, as well as peanuts.