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    All Natural peanut Butter!

    All Natural peanut Butter!

    Where can I find this in the UK? I've tried Asda and a few other shops but no joy, can you let me know where you but it from please...

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    Asda do it mate !!! mine does any way its called Whole Earth

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    Quote Originally Posted by RAIKEY
    Asda do it mate !!! mine does any way its called Whole Earth
    Thanks m8 but went there again today and asked the staff, they said the Asda stores all carry different stock and there’s didn't stock it.

    On the plus side though our lass was out and about in Hessle today and she called in a health food shop and picked me up a stash of the stuff, along with a bottle of Flax Oil…

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    i kno this is a dumb a$$ question, but why is naturel penut butter so good for besides the essential fat's and oil's? coz i thaught that the protein from penuts are non-essential for muscle growth?

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    the jack fultons near me is selling natural peanut butter 3 for a squid i bought loads i love the stuff.

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    you use it alot when making different recipes adds gud flavour and helps the food stuick togeva etc etc etc

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    i get it from tesco's its lik 97p for there own brand, i think its about 370gm worth

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    [quote=the_gre8t_1ne]i kno this is a dumb a$$ question, but why is naturel penut butter so good for besides the essential fat's and oil's? quote]


    Because Natural Peanut Butter it hasn't got all the extra sugars and artificial flavourings etc!!!

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    [quote=Lauren]
    Quote Originally Posted by the_gre8t_1ne
    i kno this is a dumb a$$ question, but why is naturel penut butter so good for besides the essential fat's and oil's? quote]


    Because Natural Peanut Butter it hasn't got all the extra sugars and artificial flavourings etc!!!
    its also high in protein

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_gre8t_1ne
    coz i thaught that the protein from penuts are non-essential for muscle growth?
    not sure where you got this concept of some proteins being essential and some being non-essential from.

    proteins are made from a range of essential and non-essential amino acids (essential meaning they cant be manufactured by your own body, and must come from your dietessential meaning your body can make them by breaking down and rebuilding protein molecules from other food.)
    but any protein will aid muscle growth, repair and recovery.

    some protein sources have a wide range of the amino acids, some have fewer but all are useful and there is no one protein source that is essential or non essential for muscle growth.

    you've been speaking to someone a bit mixed up i think!

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    Thanks for the info, I forgot about this thread… I've now found a health shop not too far from me that does the Whole Earth version, it tastes really good as well... I like to use peanut butter with my Cottage Cheese before bed and also I sometimes add a spoon to a meal to give me some extra fats…

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    Quote Originally Posted by GBLiz
    not sure where you got this concept of some proteins being essential and some being non-essential from.

    proteins are made from a range of essential and non-essential amino acids (essential meaning they cant be manufactured by your own body, and must come from your dietessential meaning your body can make them by breaking down and rebuilding protein molecules from other food.)
    but any protein will aid muscle growth, repair and recovery.

    some protein sources have a wide range of the amino acids, some have fewer but all are useful and there is no one protein source that is essential or non essential for muscle growth.

    you've been speaking to someone a bit mixed up i think!
    Thanks for that, i have to agree as i am finding it out for my self, thanks for that info

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_gre8t_1ne
    i kno this is a dumb a$$ question, but why is naturel penut butter so good for besides the essential fat's and oil's? coz i thaught that the protein from penuts are non-essential for muscle growth?
    Natural peanut butter is not only better but much better.
    All natural peanut butter has no trans fats or hydrogenated oils.
    Trans fats and hydrogenated oils are poison to the body.
    Nicknamed "killer fats" they can mutate DNA within cells.
    They are very popular in the food industry as they almost have an unlimited shelf life.

    They have no nutritional value but can clog arteries and cause more heart damage than saturated fats.

    These fats are the most dangerous fats you could possibly eat.
    They offer nothing to the body but the body tries to treat them as a fat and the body has a hard time breaking them down.

    Tehy are in everything, bags of chips, almost all fast foods, shortnings, margerines.

    They raise your bad LDL cholesterol and even lower the amounts of good HDL cholesterol. This leads to risk of diabetes, heart attack, and is even linked to cancer and other immune illnesses.
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    Found this to further give backup to avoiding hydrogenated oils.

    Hydrogenation: This is the process that turns polyunsaturates, normally liquid at room temperature, into fats that are solid at room temperature—margarine and shortening. To produce them, manufacturers begin with the cheapest oils—soy, corn, cottonseed or canola, already rancid from the extraction process—and mix them with tiny metal particles—usually nickel oxide. The oil with its nickel catalyst is then subjected to hydrogen gas in a high-pressure, high-temperature reactor. Next, soap-like emulsifiers and starch are squeezed into the mixture to give it a better consistency; the oil is yet again subjected to high temperatures when it is steam-cleaned. This removes its unpleasant odor. Margarine's natural color, an unappetizing grey, is removed by bleach. Dyes and strong flavors must then be added to make it resemble butter. Finally, the mixture is compressed and packaged in blocks or tubs and sold as a health food.

    Partially hydrogenated margarines and shortenings are even worse for you than the highly refined vegetable oils from which they are made because of chemical changes that occur during the hydrogenation process. Under high temperatures, the nickel catalyst causes the hydrogen atoms to change position on the fatty acid chain. Before hydrogenation, pairs of hydrogen atoms occur together on the chain, causing the chain to bend slightly and creating a concentration of electrons at the site of the double bond. This is called the cis formation, the configuration most commonly found in nature. With hydrogenation, one hydrogen atom of the pair is moved to the other side so that the molecule straightens. This is called the trans formation, rarely found in nature. Most of these man-made trans fats are toxins to the body, but unfortunately your digestive system does not recognize them as such. Instead of being eliminated, trans fats are incorporated into cell membranes as if they were cis fats—your cells actually become partially hydrogenated! Once in place, trans fatty acids with their misplaced hydrogen atoms wreak havoc in cell metabolism because chemical reactions can only take place when electrons in the cell membranes are in certain arrangements or patterns, which the hydrogenation process has disturbed.

    In the 1940's, researchers found a strong correlation between cancer and the consumption of fat—the fats used were hydrogenated fats although the results were presented as though the culprit were saturated fats.54 In fact, until recently saturated fats were usually lumped together with trans fats in the various U.S. data bases that researchers use to correlate dietary trends with disease conditions.55 Thus, natural saturated fats were tarred with the black brush of unnatural hydrogenated vegetable oils.

    Altered partially hydrogenated fats made from vegetable oils actually block utilization of essential fatty acids, causing many deleterious effects including sexual dysfunction, increased blood cholesterol and paralysis of the immune system.56 Consumption of hydrogenated fats is associated with a host of other serious diseases, not only cancer but also atherosclerosis, diabetes, obesity, immune system dysfunction, low-birth-weight babies, birth defects, decreased visual acuity, sterility, difficulty in lactation and problems with bones and tendons.57 Yet hydrogenated fats continue to be promoted as health foods. The popularity of partially hydrogenated margarine over butter represents a triumph of advertising duplicity over common sense. Your best defense is to avoid it like the plague.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gazmatrix
    Thanks for the info, I forgot about this thread… I've now found a health shop not too far from me that does the Whole Earth version, it tastes really good as well... I like to use peanut butter with my Cottage Cheese before bed and also I sometimes add a spoon to a meal to give me some extra fats…
    nice combination.....Good before bed possibly.
    H&B must sell it.

 

 
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