Peanut skin is not only safe to eat, but a 2014 study published in Food Chemistry suggest that consuming the skin along with the peanut enhances its health, promoting nutritional value. According to the study, peanut ski... More »

Unless you happen to be stricken with a peanut allergy, peanuts are a very safe and nutritious food to eat. Peanuts can provide protein, good fats and energy to a body in need. More »

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Anyone who does not have a peanut allergy may eat raw peanuts safely. The peanuts should be inspected before they are eaten, according to the San Francisco Gate. More »

Peanut butter is a naturally gluten-free product. However, like any jarred spread, it can easily be cross-contaminated with breadcrumbs and consequently should not be shared with others who do not use gluten-free bread. ... More »

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Peanut butter is not classified as a dairy product, but is part of the protein group. Peanut butter does not contain milk or eggs. More »

Peanut butter is rich in monounsaturated fat, making it a heart-healthy choice. A great source of vitamin E, niacin, folate, protein and manganese, peanut butter has many key vitamins and minerals that support heart heal... More »

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Unless you happen to be stricken with a peanut allergy, peanuts are a very safe and nutritious food to eat. Peanuts can provide protein, good fats and energy to a body in need. More »

www.reference.com Food Food Facts Beans & Nuts