Published in Health and Medicine Week, May 18th, 2006
According to recent research from the United States, "Peanut consumption may improve lipid profiles without promoting weight gain. Both properties have been attributed to their high-unsaturated fat content. Mono and polyunsaturated fatty acids reportedly hold stronger satiety value than saturated fats and may help appetite control. This study investigated the effects of chronic peanut oil consumption on appetite and food choice."
S.S. Iyer and colleagues at Purdue University described, "A total of 129 healthy adults from three countries (Brazil, Ghana and U.S.) were randomly...
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