Let’s face it: Peanut butter is delicious. And it’s incredibly versatile — it’s just as tasty smeared on banana slices as it is spooned on top of warm oatmeal or slathered on a piece of toast. But is it good for you?
Yes, but it depends on how much you eat and what type you buy. Some peanut butters, especially the low-fat ones, are full of filler ingredients such as added sugar. The best-for-you peanut butter is a natural nut butter with minimal ingredients —ideally, just peanuts with salt and/or oil.
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