I have a peanut butter addiction where i go through a whole jar in about 3-4days....the brand is jiffy reduced fat. is this beneficial or do i need to cut back?
I personally don't think there's anything wrong with a peanut butter addiction. In fact, I know just the product for you. (It's no coincidence thay my company makes this product.) Try a delicious, natural peanut butter, protein snack called Protein Recovery Balls....if you have an addiction, you might as well enjoy it.
You'd likely see greater benefits from switching to all natural peanut butter. Those hydrogenated oils have consequences.
ah....thanks for the info
Love the natty PB!
If you want to limit your PB intake ever, there are a ton of Sugar-Free Peanut Butter flavored syrups you can add to things.
A little bit goes along way.
Don't forget the bucket of sugar in non natty PB
Natty peanut butter is the only peanut butter i touch now a days. A lot better for you plus it tastes great! not tried almond butter yet, quite expensive here
almond oil is expensive here too something like $40. Adams natural Peanut butter is much healthier than Jiffy.. I honestly am in love with this stuff takes just as great
Best Peanut butter to buy is called Naturally More; consists of peanuts, honey, wheat germ, cane sugar, and egg whites.
natty pb is great to pound through on a bulk. bad to pound through on a cut. a few months ago I blame my slow progress in cutting solely to eating way too damn much pb. Everything else was perfect.
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ingredients:roasted peanuts, wheat germ, flax seed, cane sugar, egg whites, honey, flaxseed oil...
its gots 169 cals per serving, 10g protein, and best of all 4.1g of omega 3's and 1.2g of omega 6...
actually upon looking at the label again i notice that the distributor of "naturally more" is SNAClite, LLC... weird, are they just remarketing the same stuff for the gym crowd as "power pb" and jacking the price?... dirty
looks like a serving of "power pb" is FOUR tbsp containing 10g omega3, 3g omega6, and 24g protein
compare with "naturally more" with a TWO tbsp serving size and it looks like the only edge "power pb" has is 1g more omega3 and 2g more protein per 2 tbsp... definately not worth paying three times the price imho...
you should try smart balance peanutbutter...it's natural, so no hydrogenated oils. it isn't oily or gritty like some of the other natural peanutbutters, and it tastes great! also, it is cheap and you can find it in most grocery stores.