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How to Gain Weight with Peanuts
Jul 23, 2016
How to Gain Weight with Peanuts

Peanuts are rich in fats, carbohydrates, proteins, and minerals. This means they are rich in contents that are best for weight gain.  Peanuts are really good for children.  

They help information of strong bones and helps in muscle strengthening.  For children who are less in weight can take daily roasted peanuts without oil.  Many people use peanuts regularly in their cooking. We also use oil taken from the peanuts in our cooking.

Peanuts are rich in vitamins.  Eating a handful of peanuts gives 170 calories, 6 grams of carbohydrates, 3 grams of fiber, 16 grams of fat, including 3 grams of fat. This also provides us with required quantity of foliate phosphorus and magnesium, thiamine and smaller amounts of zinc, iron, vitamin B-6 and calcium.

The proteins and fiber which are present in peanuts makes your stomach feel full and reduces your hunger.

How to Gain Weight

By eating a handful of peanuts, you can gain weight.  People who are less weight as per their BMI can take peanuts you increase their weight.

Our BMI depends on our height and weight.  The BMI chart provides us with the healthy weight depending on our height.  The low levels of BMI indicate the disorders present in us.

You can easily gain weight through peanuts as it is rich in the contents which are good for weight gain. Peanut has a high effect on weight gain.  It actually strengthens the muscles and formation of bones in childhood. It is better to give peanuts to children at the age their young age to strengthen their bones.

When people eat peanuts, they usually eat fewer calories later in the day. Peanuts also have a high fiber content that helps you to keep you full for longer after you eat them and you don’t feel hunger much. 

These two factors make people usually gain weight if they want, and they can eat as much as they want to gain weight. People who do not want to gain weight can take peanuts in small quantities.

As it increases energy levels in our body, it increases our metabolic rate and makes us feel very light in nature. Taking 1.5 ounces of peanuts, each day may reduce the chances of occurring of heart diseases.  Peanuts are healthy snack items and have good sources of antioxidants, B vitamins and saturated fats. Although peanuts are high in calories and fat, regular consumption may result in weight gain.


Take peanuts regularly but in a limited quantity.  As peanuts contain oil, don’t take them in excess quantities.  Take roasted peanuts without oil or take it directly. 
Peanuts are nutritious snacks you can give to your children on a regular basis.  They help not only in gaining weight but also in gaining all vitamins, carbohydrates, and fats. 
Don’t stuff yourself with more peanuts as excess intake of peanuts will make you obese.


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