Feed Your Brain With Peanut Butter

Sunday, August 31, 2008


Did you know that peanut butter is a terrific "brain food"? It's a rich source of vitamin E, an antioxident. Antioxidents protect cells from potentially harmful substances you encounter every day in your environment or the food you eat. Peanut butter also contains thiamin (vitamin B1), which helps metabolize carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. Your brain uses carbs for fuel, so eat more peanut butter and get smarter.

12 comments:

Sara said...

That's why I am so much smarter than everyone else.

Poet Blogger said...

Exactly what sara said :0P

Mabelle said...

yes that's true, either peanut butter or fresh peanuts.that's what i ate when i was still a student and also with my siblings.but sad to say no peanuts for me & n my house these days for my bb is allergic with peanuts.
but ur article is nice.i like it.

Designing Hilary said...

Ewwwwwwwwww!

I used to eat a lot of peanut butter. I guess that's why I'm so smart too! ;D And why I'm so not-a-size-8.

Matthew S. Urdan said...

That explains everything. All I ever ate growing up was peanut butter and tunafish! Brain food, brain food, brain food!

torasham said...

i knew it since i was in high school, but i'm still wonder, is that really result like that..?

Ceejay said...

I love peanutbutter! WOW! thanks for the very nice information!

savey spender said...

I love peanut butter not only is it a brain food, but it can help regulate blood sugar. Since I'm diabetic that's important.

Grandy said...

Yeah! PB = Brain food!! :)

Strawberry Anarchy said...

wow cool! good info! my boyfriend is a penut butter fiend he even saves the jars with hardly anything in them for a rainy day! at one point we had 7 old practically empty jars it was pretty cute!

Anonymous said...

no doubt!
im smart..hahah..
i really thank the one who made peanut..the giver of knowledge!

Anonymous said...

An interesting post -- food for thought, one might almost say.

Am I allowed to mention that I'm working on a book about the history of peanut butter and that I have a website dedicating to spreading the news about it (www.creamyandcrunchy.com), or does that make me a spammer?

Jon Krampner