Peanut Butter with Breakfast

PB&J for breakfast?  A recent study published in the British Journal of Nutrition found that women who ate 3 tablespoons of peanut butter with their breakfast were less hungry and had lower blood glucose levels later in the day, even after eating a high-carbohydrate lunch.  The researchers suggested that the combination of protein, heart-healthy fats and fiber may contribute to feelings of satiety while keeping blood sugar in check.  Read more here, and visit the Peanut Institute for healthy peanut and peanut butter recipes.

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