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peanut in diabetes mellitusTo the list of allowed products diabetes includes legumes (beans, peas, etc.), another representative is peanuts (groundnuts). It is established that the consumption of peanut as food in diabetes reduces the level of sugar in blood to normal values.

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Useful substances in the composition of the peanut.

Peanuts are rich in protein (one-third weight), fats (half mass), and carbohydrates, are prohibited in diabetes mellitus, there was little (to 10%). As part of that walnut polyphenols (antioxidants) - a substance that promotes the removal of free radicals from the body. They create too much in diabetes. Vitamins b, PP, C are involved in metabolic processes (increasing its speed), so the peanut is good for people with diabetes mellitus type II. It is this kind of disease is common in those who are overweight. Groundnut contributes to its gradual decrease. It is known that people suffering from diabetes are at risk of cardiovascular disease. Due to the large amount of magnesium in its composition of the ground nut protects the cardiovascular system from "accidents" (strokes and heart attacks), reducing blood pressure and improving blood properties.

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rules for the use of peanuts.

Despite the fact that when roasting nuts increases the content of polyphenols (antioxidants), diabetes recommended to consume peanuts in their raw form. The number of grains is determined individually, and the method of its use too. Some missing only 1 nut in the morning and evening, while others need more. Individual need can be determined by blood sugar levels. You can eat raw nuts or soaked in water. Worth buying the crude earthen walnut. Eating peanuts, you need to remember that a lot of it in the diet can cause allergies. Cause it maybe that the skin is raw nuts. Can also develop constipation.

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Science confirms the benefits of peanuts in diabetes mellitus.

In 2011, scientists from the University of Toronto (Dr. Kendall and David Jenkins) conducted a study in which they determined that about 60 grams of nuts a day (peanuts mixed with others) are useful for the treatment of diabetes mellitus type II, because it reduces the level of bad cholesterol (LDL) and blood sugar levels. On body weight the number of nuts is not affected, and the status of the study improved markedly. The test was applied to raw peanuts.

peanuts should be stored correctly in a dry and cool place, since it quickly deteriorates and becomes covered with mold.