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#44 of 365 Random Photo of the Day-(Things I love month)

I LOVE natural peanut butter. I add this into my morning shakes. I also like to eat it with celery or green tart apples, yum! Too much peanut butter can slow down your metabolism and pack on the lbs. So be careful. It’s a great source of protein if you’re trying to build muscle or maintain muscle like I am! :) {Health Nut FYI} “Peanut butter is a very caloric, yet very healthy food. In general, raw peanut butter (as in less refined) is better than refined, because it retains many of the beneficial nutrients found in the skin; in addition, processed peanut butter might contain added trans-fatty acids (which have been shown to increase the risk of cardiocirculatory diseases). A further risk is that when badly preserved, it can host the mold Aspergillus flavus, that produces aflatoxin (a very toxic and carcinogenic substance), so your best bet is to always go with natural peanut butter.”

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#43 of 365 Random Photo of the Day-(Things I love month)

I LOVE steel cut oats! Not only are they yummy they are SO healthy for you. I eat them every day as part of my meal plan. {Health Nut FYI}-“Steel-cut oats are essential grains which are full of nutritional value, rich in B-vitamins, calcium, protein and fiber while low in sodium and unsaturated fat. In fact, just one cup of steel-cut oats contains 8g of fiber. Steel-cut oats are whole grain groats, the inner portion of the oat kernel, which have been cut into two or three pieces rather than flattened. Because of this it takes longer to digest, making us feel fuller for a longer period of time. They are a golden hue and look like chopped nuts or tiny grains of rice. Rolled oats are flake oats that have been steamed, rolled, re-steamed and toasted. Due to all of this additional processing they lose some of their fiber, nutritional value, natural taste, and texture.

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