Archive for January 16, 2018
In the exercise and training manual by Gold Gym, there is a phrase that sticks out within its first 40 pages: “You can’t out-exercise a bad diet.” There seems to be some anecdotal evidence to this. There are people who exercise a great deal but never seem to lose any weight. Certainly, part of that has to do with sticking with the same exercises.
But part of that as well is their diet.
One fitness trainer remarked a few months ago that when trying to lose weight, only 40% of less is due to an exercise routine. 60% or more is due to a person’s diet, which means what kind of foods a person eats, which dictates the amount of nutrition they get in their bodies as well as how many calories they consume.
There are many different kinds of diets out there, for people who are looking to lose we
Peanuts are one of the popular and most versatile snacks foods in the world today, capable of being consumed raw, ground into a peanut butter spread or sandwiched in a candy bar. In the United States, peanut and peanut butter account for 67% of all nut consumption, tailgated by almonds at 13% and other tree nuts such as cashew nuts and macadamia nuts at 12%.
Peanuts are a highly nutritious protein food that can be easily processed into many food products, chiefly peanut butter, peanut oil, peanut, peanut flour and roasted peanuts. Peanut flour is processed from top grade peanuts that have been cleaned, blanched, roasted and grounded into a fine powder. The process removes almost half of the oil out of peanuts leaving the paste with a strong roasted flavor.
Partially defatted peanut flour is