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    Is Peanut Butter OK?

    I read on this chat board about people eating peanut butter for protein at night time. The 'natural' peanut butters at the grocery store looked ok as far as sat fat and protein, but what worried me was the calories. 2 table spoons = 200 calories. That's quite a bit.

    Pros and cons for peanut butter anyone???
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    I just polished off about 5 tablespoons with celery and milk
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    Pros: Great source of healthy fats, tastes great, and a serving makes you surprisingly full for awhile.

    Cons: It tastes so good, lol. And it's so calorie dense, it is VERY easy to go overboard.

    Eat your PB, just watch the portion size. I don't recommend using it with apples cuz it's very easy to use too much PB (even apples w/ PB is amazing).
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    Originally Posted by johnmolinda
    I read on this chat board about people eating peanut butter for protein at night time. The 'natural' peanut butters at the grocery store looked ok as far as sat fat and protein, but what worried me was the calories. 2 table spoons = 200 calories. That's quite a bit.

    Pros and cons for peanut butter anyone???
    People dont eat it for the protein. They eat it for the Fat.

    2 tbsp's a night is fine.
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    yes, just make sure to eat natural peanut butter, the label should read "peanuts, salt" for the ingredients, and NOTHING ELSE! THIS IS IMPERATIVE, IF YOU EAT SKIPPY OR JIF YOU WILL TURN INTO A FAT SLOB AND WORST OF ALL, YOU WILL DIE AND BE BANISHED TO THE DEPTHS OF HELL!!!!!
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    i actually limit my peanut butter quite a bit. i eat raw, soaked almonds instead. i also use flax oil & olive oil on my salads, and i put ground flax on my cottage cheese with fruit every night before sleep. pb is a decent source of fat, but there are better places to your fats.
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    Originally Posted by canine3480
    i actually limit my peanut butter quite a bit. i eat raw, soaked almonds instead. i also use flax oil & olive oil on my salads, and i put ground flax on my cottage cheese with fruit every night before sleep. pb is a decent source of fat, but there are better places to your fats.
    Agreed. Once I finish off my peanut butter, its strictly almonds, flax and fish oils for me.
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    theres a little button on here called the search button.. look into it. We have about 10 questions per day that discuss peanut butter on here.
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    Originally Posted by JustBrowsin
    yes, just make sure to eat natural peanut butter, the label should read "peanuts, salt" for the ingredients, and NOTHING ELSE! THIS IS IMPERATIVE, IF YOU EAT SKIPPY OR JIF YOU WILL TURN INTO A FAT SLOB AND WORST OF ALL, YOU WILL DIE AND BE BANISHED TO THE DEPTHS OF HELL!!!!!

    Wrong...natural PB is best but regular PB won't kill you or make you a fat slob.
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    Originally Posted by SuperAmmo
    Pros: Great source of healthy fats
    I wouldn't call them healthy (in the EFA sense), but they definately are not bad trans fats.
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    Ever since I mixed PB and CC... I can't live without it...

    So good... so addicting... oh lord...
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    Originally Posted by SuperAmmo
    Wrong...natural PB is best but regular PB won't kill you or make you a fat slob.
    It was a satirical post doggie
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    I'm a big fan of peanut butter and other calorie dense foods.
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    Originally Posted by JustBrowsin
    It was a satirical post doggie
    Hah, my bad. I've just seen enough posts that were serious like that.

    I've given up on the natty pb for portion size reasons. It's so hard to spread that I end up using way too much, and on apples it's like you have to use a metric ton of pb to get it to stick.

    So, I've converted to Skippy Natural PB, which we all know isn't really natural, but it's more natural than the other non-natural PB's out there. I've said natural way too many times in this paragraph.

    I'm starting to think the Peter Pan No Sugar Added is a good substitute as well, since the only non natural ingredients are partially hydrogenated oils and splenda.
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    I just polished off about 5 tablespoons with celery and milk
    Whoa! That's about 2000 calories!
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    Originally Posted by Non-racist
    Whoa! That's about 2000 calories!
    ~525 calories of peanut butter
    ~20? calories from celery
    ~80 from milk (depending oh now much he had)

    625 calories.........
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    Originally Posted by tylerblue
    ~525 calories of peanut butter
    ~20? calories from celery
    ~80 from milk (depending oh now much he had)

    625 calories.........
    1 TABLEspoon natural peanut butter=100g approx

    100g=545 calories-25g protein-4g carb-50g fat.
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    Originally Posted by Non-racist
    1 TABLEspoon natural peanut butter=100g approx

    100g=545 calories-25g protein-4g carb-50g fat.

    You are EXTREMELY mistaken if you think 1 tablespoon of peanut butter even comes CLOSE to 50g of fat. Are you serious?


    Amount Per 1 tablespoon
    Calories 105
    Calories from Fat 72

    % Daily Value *

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    Total Fat 8g 12%

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    Saturated Fat 1.25g 6%

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    Polyunsaturated Fat 3.38g

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    Monounsaturated Fat 3.38g

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    Cholesterol 0mg 0%

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    Sodium 60mg 3%

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    Potassium 0mg 0%

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    Total Carbohydrate 3g 1%

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    Dietary Fiber 1g 4%

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    Protein 4g 8%
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    Originally Posted by tylerblue
    You are EXTREMELY mistaken if you think 1 tablespoon of peanut butter even comes CLOSE to 50g of fat. Are you serious?


    Amount Per 1 tablespoon
    Calories 105
    Calories from Fat 72

    % Daily Value *

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    Total Fat 8g 12%

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    Saturated Fat 1.25g 6%

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    Polyunsaturated Fat 3.38g

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    Monounsaturated Fat 3.38g

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    Cholesterol 0mg 0%

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    Sodium 60mg 3%

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    Potassium 0mg 0%

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    Total Carbohydrate 3g 1%

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    Dietary Fiber 1g 4%

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    Protein 4g 8%
    1 tablespoon=2inchs in width, 3.25inchs in length.

    When i delve my tablespoon into my 340g jar of Whole Earth, no added sugar peanut butter, it takes very close to a third of the jar. That would be around 100g.

    NUTRITIONAL VALUES P/100g-

    Energy 592kcals
    Protein 24.9g
    Carb 10.1g
    of which sugars 3.7g
    Fat 50.2g
    of which saturates 9g
    Fibre 7.3g
    Sodium 0.4g
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    Originally Posted by Non-racist
    1 tablespoon=2inchs in width, 3.25inchs in length.

    When i delve my tablespoon into my 340g jar of Whole Earth, no added sugar peanut butter, it takes very close to a third of the jar. That would be around 100g.

    NUTRITIONAL VALUES P/100g-

    Energy 592kcals
    Protein 24.9g
    Carb 10.1g
    of which sugars 3.7g
    Fat 50.2g
    of which saturates 9g
    Fibre 7.3g
    Sodium 0.4g
    Are you using a tablespoon from a measuring cup set or a big serving spoon that comes with your silverware?

    2 tbsp of my nat. pb is 32g exactly.
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    Originally Posted by 2BShredded
    Are you using a tablespoon from a measuring cup set or a big serving spoon that comes with your silverware?

    2 tbsp of my nat. pb is 32g exactly.

    Dude, there's no convincing this guy....
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    lol there's a difference between a tablespoon and a dessert spoon. You're using the dessert spoon, me the tablespoon. haha suckers.
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    Originally Posted by Non-racist
    lol there's a difference between a tablespoon and a dessert spoon. You're using the dessert spoon, me the tablespoon. haha suckers.
    Now you're just stupid. Go look on the nutrition label of any goddamn jar of natural peanut butter. It's common knowledge that its 210-220kcal per 2tbsp of peanut butter. I can't believe this is even up for debate.


    Edit: And no, I don't use a dessert spoon, I use a standard measuring tablespoon, and it doesn't even come close to consuming a third of a jar of peanut butter. By your logic, that guy who ate 5tbsp of peanut butter consumed nearly 2 full jars of peanut butter in one sitting....
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    Look, i have a tablespoon in my hand right now. I'm slowly putting it in my jar of Peanut Butter, and now i'm taking it out. Guess what-There's about 2/3 left.

    Now i'm looking at my jar of peanut butter, and in the bottom right hand corner it say 340g. I turn the jar round, and now i'm looking at the Nurtitional Value panel-It's says, per 100g, there is 545 calories, 24g protein, 10g carbs and 50g fat.

    I'm not sure if i can make it any plainer for you. Lmao at the peanut butter article you dug up.
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    Originally Posted by Non-racist
    Look, i have a tablespoon in my hand right now. I'm slowly putting it in my jar of Peanut Butter, and now i'm taking it out. Guess what-There's about 2/3 left.

    Now i'm looking at my jar of peanut butter, and in the bottom right hand corner it say 340g. I turn the jar round, and now i'm looking at the Nurtitional Value panel-It's says, per 100g, there is 545 calories, 24g protein, 10g carbs and 50g fat.

    I'm not sure if i can make it any plainer for you. Lmao at the peanut butter article you dug up.
    yes per 100g those numbers might be correct but any cooking tablespoon will yield approximately 16 grams of pb not 100. A tablespoon is about the size of 1/2 a candy machine gum ball. Approximately 1 inch diameter.

    But hey if you want to eat 1/3 of your jar of pb with your serving spoon go ahead.
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    Originally Posted by Non-racist
    Look, i have a tablespoon in my hand right now. I'm slowly putting it in my jar of Peanut Butter, and now i'm taking it out. Guess what-There's about 2/3 left.

    Now i'm looking at my jar of peanut butter, and in the bottom right hand corner it say 340g. I turn the jar round, and now i'm looking at the Nurtitional Value panel-It's says, per 100g, there is 545 calories, 24g protein, 10g carbs and 50g fat.

    I'm not sure if i can make it any plainer for you. Lmao at the peanut butter article you dug up.

    You're retarded, that is my only real explanation at this point. A tablespoon does not yield 100g of peanut butter. "Lmao" at your bucket for a tablespoon.
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    Plain as day here:

    Peanut Butter
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    1 teaspoon........5 grams
    tablespoon......14 grams
    1/4 cup.............56 grams
    1/3 cup.............75 grams
    1/2 cup.............113 grams
    1 cup................225 grams

    Last time I checked, a tablespoon (100g you claim) does not equal nearly a half cup (113g). How much more evidence do you need before you admit you're wrong?
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    2 tbsp = 32g according to the jar sitting here...and yes I'm bored today.
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    Originally Posted by Non-racist
    lol there's a difference between a tablespoon and a dessert spoon. You're using the dessert spoon, me the tablespoon. haha suckers.
    LMFO

    I bet a lot of people actually make this mistake. Even my wife, who is quite intelligent didn't realise that 1 teaspoon, is not a level 'small spoon'.

    When I explained that 1 teaspoon = 5ml = 1/3 tablespoon and 1 tablespoon = 1/16 cup and that I had measured out our spoons and found a level 'large' spoon is actually 1 teaspoon, she realised why her cake may not have completely risen (although there are many other factors to consider here).

    I guess because of the name, some people assume that 'tablespoon' actually has something to do with the size of a 'regular' serving spoon.

    BTW, your coffee 'cup' may not be 1 cup - just a heads up!
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