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    peanuts vs. peanut butter

    I've read several threads about the benefits of peanut butter. Ran out and bought some nautral peanut butter right afterwards too.

    But are there benefits that peanut butter has that regular peanuts don't? I can throw some peanuts in a ziplock bag and carry that easier than peanut butter.
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    Originally Posted by twangtownguy
    I've read several threads about the benefits of peanut butter. Ran out and bought some nautral peanut butter right afterwards too.

    But are there benefits that peanut butter has that regular peanuts don't? I can throw some peanuts in a ziplock bag and carry that easier than peanut butter.
    Peanuts are normally very salty
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    I've been eating the Peter Pan stuff...is this way worse for you than the natural stuff?
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    Originally Posted by TOMMANH
    Peanuts are normally very salty
    What!!!!
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    Originally Posted by JSplice
    I've been eating the Peter Pan stuff...is this way worse for you than the natural stuff?
    Just read the labels, there's your difference, it goes from 1 or 2 ingredients to about 20...
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    Originally Posted by dropxxzone
    Just read the labels, there's your difference, it goes from 1 or 2 ingredients to about 20...
    Not really. Here are the ingredients in regular "creamy" Peter Pan Peanut Butter:

    Roasted Peanuts, Sugar, Partially Hydrogenated Vegetable Oils (Cottonseed and Rapeseed), salt

    I've heard that anything "hydrogenated" is really bad because it just adds saturated fats...but it tastes sooo good!

    After this container I'll probably pick up the natural stuff....I don't want to be putting on any unnecessary fat. Even though this has added sugar, it isn't much. Here are the nutrient facts:

    Serving Size: 2 tbsp

    Calories 190 Calories from Fat 140

    Total Fat 17g
    Sat. Fat 3.5 g
    Trans Fat 0 g
    Cholesterol 0 mg
    Sodium 140 mg
    Total Carbs 6 g
    Dietary Fiber 2 g
    Sugars 3 g

    Protein 7 g


    So it's not all that bad.
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    Originally Posted by twangtownguy
    I've read several threads about the benefits of peanut butter. Ran out and bought some nautral peanut butter right afterwards too.

    But are there benefits that peanut butter has that regular peanuts don't? I can throw some peanuts in a ziplock bag and carry that easier than peanut butter.
    Buy unsalted dry roasted......taste great and good for you - (much like the nat pb, although often there's a small amount of salt added to the pb, but nowhere near what's added to salted peanuts...). Toss in some raisins along with the peanuts and you have the "original" GORP
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    I shop at WholeFoods and simply purchase the peanuts (they are not salted) put them into the grinding machine and waalaa, peanut butter. Peanuts are one of my snacks and I always have a bag on hand.

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    I would get rgular peanuts over peanut butter. THe less processing the better.
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    Originally Posted by JSplice
    Not really. Here are the ingredients in regular "creamy" Peter Pan Peanut Butter:

    Roasted Peanuts, Sugar, Partially Hydrogenated Vegetable Oils (Cottonseed and Rapeseed), salt

    I've heard that anything "hydrogenated" is really bad because it just adds saturated fats...but it tastes sooo good!

    After this container I'll probably pick up the natural stuff....I don't want to be putting on any unnecessary fat. Even though this has added sugar, it isn't much. Here are the nutrient facts:

    Serving Size: 2 tbsp

    Calories 190 Calories from Fat 140

    Total Fat 17g
    Sat. Fat 3.5 g
    Trans Fat 0 g
    Cholesterol 0 mg
    Sodium 140 mg
    Total Carbs 6 g
    Dietary Fiber 2 g
    Sugars 3 g

    Protein 7 g


    So it's not all that bad.
    Nah, I never said it was "bad", just said there was a difference. I just get the unsalted natural stuff because it pretty much tastes the same.
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    I find it easier to digest. If I eat any serious quantities of peanuts I can get stomach cramps and I can see pieces of nut in my poo

    Peanut butter doesn't cause me this so long as it's smooth
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    Whole foods over prosesed food go with the peanuts. Just like whole food protein sources over shakes.
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    i've never heard of "natural" peanut butter till i started visiting this site. I am all about improving my diet, so where do i get "natty pb?" grocery store? online? and what are the differences between the nutrition labels? JSplice was nice enough to provide the Peter Pan contents (which is exactly what i currently purchase. thanks, Jsplice). Could someone please list the facts on natty?
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    I don't get it. I'd bet there's really NO discernable difference between whole peanuts and (natural) peanut butter. Each is roasted, sometimes salted. Only difference with the butter is it's ground and bottled. Considering that, and that some people grind their own peanut butter, some people take this "whole food" thing way to far. Using the shake-steak comparison with peanuts and peanut butter is pretty ignorant IMO.

    So long as the PB is made of only "peanuts, (maybe) salt" then eat up. Or if you like peanuts, go for them. NO nutritional difference considering they're the same thing. Peanut butter sandwiches are good, and so is GORP. Try both!
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    Originally Posted by Serum556
    I don't get it. I'd bet there's really NO discernable difference between whole peanuts and (natural) peanut butter... So long as the PB is made of only "peanuts, (maybe) salt" then eat up. Or if you like peanuts, go for them. NO nutritional difference considering they're the same thing.
    I agree, it is like saying there is a difference between the piece of steak you just cut off on your plate and the same piece after you have put it in your mouth and chewed it up... It is the same nutritional value.
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    Originally Posted by Iron_and_Pain
    i've never heard of "natural" peanut butter till i started visiting this site. I am all about improving my diet, so where do i get "natty pb?" grocery store? online? and what are the differences between the nutrition labels? JSplice was nice enough to provide the Peter Pan contents (which is exactly what i currently purchase. thanks, Jsplice). Could someone please list the facts on natty?
    Here's the nutritional info on Kroger brand nat pb.....

    Serving size - 2 tablespoons (32 grams)
    calories 190
    calories from fat 140
    total fat 16 g
    saturated fat 2 g
    polyunsaturated fat 4 g
    monounsaturated fat 8 g
    trans fat 0 g
    sodium 120 mg
    total carbs 6 g
    fiber 2 g
    sugars 2 g
    protein 8 g
    cholesterol 0 mg
    calcium 2% rdv
    iron 2 rdv

    .....................just so ya know There may be better, but Kroger's is dirt cheap (for nat pb)..... I've made my own from time to time, but our Magic Bullet tends to "strain" a bit when grinding/mixing it... (thinking 'bout mixing in a tablespoon or so of olive oil to "thin" it a bit....can't hurt, eh ???)
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    Guys, thanks for the posts. Now I don't feel like I'm missing anything. Looks like the natty (what a horrible name. I just hate saying it) has one gram less carbs, and one gram more protein. I'll stick with Peter Pan. It tastes good and its not a pain in the arse.
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    Put peanuts in a food processor and make your own, add splenda for flavor!
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    Originally Posted by JSplice
    Not really. Here are the ingredients in regular "creamy" Peter Pan Peanut Butter:

    Roasted Peanuts, Sugar, Partially Hydrogenated Vegetable Oils (Cottonseed and Rapeseed), salt

    I've heard that anything "hydrogenated" is really bad because it just adds saturated fats...but it tastes sooo good!

    After this container I'll probably pick up the natural stuff....I don't want to be putting on any unnecessary fat. Even though this has added sugar, it isn't much. Here are the nutrient facts:

    Serving Size: 2 tbsp

    Calories 190 Calories from Fat 140

    Total Fat 17g
    Sat. Fat 3.5 g
    Trans Fat 0 g
    Cholesterol 0 mg
    Sodium 140 mg
    Total Carbs 6 g
    Dietary Fiber 2 g
    Sugars 3 g

    Protein 7 g


    So it's not all that bad.


    Partially Hydrogenated Oils are known as trans fat, which are worse than saturated fats. Check Link.

    http://www.mercola.com/2003/jul/19/trans_fat.htm#
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    Originally Posted by Riceboi
    Partially Hydrogenated Oils are known as trans fat, which are worse than saturated fats. Check Link.

    http://www.mercola.com/2003/jul/19/trans_fat.htm#
    True, transfats are bad...but they are found in such minute amounts in PB that it will make no difference. I eat jif, peaterpan, skippy whatever. I prefer the taste of these to natural.
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    Originally Posted by MCconditioner
    True, transfats are bad...but they are found in such minute amounts in PB that it will make no difference. I eat jif, peaterpan, skippy whatever. I prefer the taste of these to natural.

    Over time though it might be harmful. You never know.
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    Originally Posted by GarethCheeseman
    I find it easier to digest. If I eat any serious quantities of peanuts I can get stomach cramps and I can see pieces of nut in my poo

    Peanut butter doesn't cause me this so long as it's smooth
    You might have to take more time chewing it.
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    Originally Posted by Iron_and_Pain
    Guys, thanks for the posts. Now I don't feel like I'm missing anything. Looks like the natty (what a horrible name. I just hate saying it) has one gram less carbs, and one gram more protein. I'll stick with Peter Pan. It tastes good and its not a pain in the arse.
    Word my man, word. From the nutrient facts that were just posted about the "natural" stuff, it doesn't seem like there's a real benefit to it. I'll stick with what tastes good and is easier to digest.
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    Originally Posted by TOMMANH View Post
    Peanuts are normally very salty
    That hurt my brain. Peanuts are only salty if you put salt on them. Peanuts are no more saltly than an apple is covered in carmel.
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    Originally Posted by liuzhoudragon View Post
    That hurt my brain. Peanuts are only salty if you put salt on them. Peanuts are no more saltly than an apple is covered in carmel.
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    did you bump an old thread and then delete your post?
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