The Different Health Benefits of Consuming Indian Groundnuts

by Crazzy Paul Digital Markting Professional
People are always remain conscious about their fitness and try to stay healthy. But due to the busy schedule of their daily life most of them cannot take proper care of their health. So it is necessary for everyone to have proper nutrition to avoid any future complexity. Proper nutrition does not mean that you have to consume different types of foods all the time. Rather it means to have a healthy meal in an ideal time. But today, most people consume foods which satiate their taste buds. Besides vegetables and fresh fruits there are many dry fruits which are as equal important for the health as those. Among those are Indian Groundnuts which are recommended by doctor too in many cases.

Some Benefits of consuming Indian Groundnuts:

As discussed on the introduction part, dry fruits are equally essential to our health; for example, Indian groundnuts have many health benefits and can prevent one’s body from many health problems. Some of them are noted below:

  • As it is rich in nutrients like vitamins, anti-oxidants and minerals, it can be used as an energy supplement. 

  • It helps to increase the good cholesterol in the body and reduces bad cholesterol, which results in reducing chances of heart attack.

  • The amino acid of the groundnut helps in proper development of the body. 

  • As the peanuts of India contain poly-phenol anti-oxidant it helps to fight against nervous problems, cancer, fungal or viral infections and heart diseases.

  • The vitamin E of the ground nut helps the skin to repair and rejuvenate after tear or damage.

  • An ounce of peanut butter is helpful for women as it keeps body weight under control as well as helps in a healthy fertilization; and it is tasty too!

  • As it acts an antidepressant, it is very helpful for the person who is depressed.

Availability of groundnut in India:

It is the most popular dry fruit which are grown in this country. The groundnut needs well-drained loamy clay or a combination of sandy and loamy soil whose pH would be 6.5 - 7.0 to help the groundnuts grow and such natural resources are found in abundance in India. After a survey, it is noticed that India is leading producer of groundnut and the states which make it possible are Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra and many others. As a result Indian peanut exporters are helping this country to become one of the leading exporters in the world by exporting huge amount of peanuts every day.

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