The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition reported that overweight women who raised their daily protein consumption by 15% consumed 441 fewer calories without trying.
Peanut butter contains monounsaturated fats that decrease LDL "bad" cholesterol, lowering the risk of heart attack and stroke.
The high protein content of peanut butter makes it a great choice for a pre- or post-workout snack while trying to gain muscle.
Statin-takers may desire PB&Js. Statins cause mild to severe muscular discomfort, hence physicians recommend CoQ10 supplements
Peanut butter has higher calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, copper, B1, B3, and Folate.
The American Heart Association's Stroke journal claimed that the study reduced blood clot-related stroke risk by 20%.
Magnesium supplementation dramatically lowered chemical indicators of chronic inflammation, notably CRP, which is generated by the liver and increases when the body is inflamed.