After trying all those crash diets, elaborate diets and all other X, Y, Z diets that came with a promise to slim you down in no time, if you are looking for an enjoyable way to lose weight, your search ends here. Peanut butter is by far, off the list of foods to eat for most weight watchers.

Slimming down with a peanut butter diet

Slimming down with a peanut butter diet

Hey! You can actually indulge in this delicacy and in fact plan your meals centered around this much loved spread and still lose weight. Sounds, ridiculous? Well, you’re going to change your mind at the end of this article. So, keep reading on. Coming with 190 calories for a portion as small as 16 grams, this spread pretty much looks like one of those foods you should stay away from.
However, research has revealed that people can actually lose weight by eating peanut butter. The reason why it helps lose weight is it’s very tasty. Nutrition editor of Prevention magazine, Holly McCord said, “Overweight people thought peanut butter was taboo. But studies now say that you don’t just lose weight on the diet, but you stick with the diet better, because peanut butter is tastier and more satisfying, compared to other low-fat, high-carb diets.”
True to her word, it is really satisfying to indulge in a spoon or two of peanut butter than munching the other types of diet that gets your satisfaction to nowhere even after you feel full. Inspired by the outcomes of her study, she has published a book titled The Peanut Butter Diet, which you might want to check out if you are really into peanut butter. As peanut butter comes with a high level of monounsaturated fats, which is the type of fat you should be eating to take care of your heart, this is a heart healthy diet plus a fat burner when used in the right way.
There are several ways to indulge in peanut butter. You could choose from a range of dishes including curried peanut butter soup, Tahitian chicken with peanut butter, peanut butter oatmeal, and so on. A previous research revealed that when considering the long-term effects, those who followed the peanut butter diet for longer periods were able to lose much more fat than their counter parts who were given the traditional low-fat diet.