Side Effects of Too Much Peanut Butter

1. You may experience an allergic reaction

Peanuts are not only a common allergy, but they also tend to be grown, processed, and stored in a way that makes them susceptible to mold

"This is one contributing reason as to why so many kids today have food allergies or inflammatory immune reactions after eating peanuts," says Dr. Axe.

YOU HAVE HEARD OF OMEGA-3 AND OMEGA-6 SINCE THEY ARE VITAL ANTIOXIDANTS WE NEED. HOWEVER,SOMETIMES WE CAN HAVE TOO MANY OF THESE ESSENTIALS,leading to problematic issues

2. You may have inflammation

"A diet that is much higher in omega-6 fatty acids than omega-3 fatty acids can lead to inflammation, oxidative stress, and clogged arteries

"Eating one spoonful of peanut butter isn't going to send you into cardiovascular disarray, but consistent overeating of peanut butter could lead to negative health effects."

Though delicious, nut butter is high in calories based on volume, so it can be easy to eat a lot of them and to wind up consuming lots of calories without realizing it,

3. You may gain weight

Dr. Axe shares. If it's a regular habit,this can pack on the pounds. like Poon, Dr. Axe says consuming lots of omega-6s,which promote inflammation,may hinder metabolic,making it harder to lose weight

Historically, some of the conventional peanut butter brands would use partially hydrogenated oil, which is a source of trans fat that can raise

4. You may have raised cholesterol levels

your "bad" cholesterol levels. In 2018, this ingredient was banned by the Food and Drug Administration due to its impact on our health, so many were forced to stop using it.

if a brand packs on three grams of sugar per two tablespoons of peanut butter, four spoonfuls would be half of the daily recommendation for sugar intake

5.You may have more sugar than you realize

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