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Food for Thought

Food for Thought is a periodicals published three times a year by The Peanut Institute. Issues include topics such as the latest health and nutrition research and great ways to incorporate peanuts into a healthy diet.

Eat Peanuts Everyday for a Longer Life

Peanut Butter and Peanuts Reduce the Risk of Breast Disease in Young Women

Power a Plant-Based Diet with Peanuts

Stay Satisfied with Peanuts

The Power of Peanut Protein

Nutrient-Dense Peanuts

Peanuts are a Diabetes-Friendly Food

Diabesity: Eat Peanuts and Fight Diabesity

Heart-Healthy Peanuts — Peanuts Earn American Heart Association Stamp of Approval

2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans

Cracking the Nutshell - a Package of Beneficial Nutrients

Veggie Dipping! A look at two studies that found ways to help children get essentials nutrients

Power of Plant-Based Eating with Peanuts and Peanut Butter

Nutrient Affordability with Peanuts

Peanut Snacks Bring Health to Schools

The Fine Print on Peanut Allergies

Climb MyPyramid and Unearth the Possibilities Peanuts Provide!

Peanuts: Mother Nature’s Functional Powerhouse

Eat Peanuts Daily: One Small Change, Many Health Benefits

Peanuts, a Handful of Hunger Busters

All American Superfood – Peanuts

Peanuts & Peanut Butter: Healthy Snacking

A Long Life with Peanuts

Stabilize Blood Sugar with Peanuts and Peanut Butter

10 Reasons Peanuts Improve Health

What’s the Spread on Peanut Butter? Check the Label - 0 Trans Fat

Decades of Discovery about Peanuts

Peanut Oil: One of the World’s Traditional Healthy Oils

Peanuts and Peanut Butter - A Tasty Way to Meet Nutrient Needs

Comparison of the Peanut Butter Diets, the DASH Diet and the 2005 Dietary Guidelines

Weight-Loss Science Highlights: Peanuts and Peanut Butter Can Play an Important Role in Weight-Loss Diets

Using Peanut Butter and Peanuts in an Energy-Balanced Diet

The Latest Science on Predicting and Preventing Cardiovascular Disease (CVD)

Eating Peanuts & Peanut Butter to Prevent & Manage Type 2 Diabetes

Eating Peanuts & Peanut Butter to Improve Heart Disease Risk

Peanuts & Peanut Butter — For Eating Satisfaction & Weight Loss

Weight-Loss Diets for the Long-Term

Pre-Diabetes

High Monounsaturated Fat Diets Vs. Low-Fat Diets

Diabetes On the Rise

Promoting Healthy Cholesterol Levels

Dietary Guidelines Take Another Look at Fat

Phytosterols & Health

Good Fat, Bad Fat, and Trans Fat: The Facts About Fat in Peanut Butter

Make a DASH to Better Health by Lowering Hypertension

“Mediterranean-Style” Diets are Causing Scientists to Take Another Look at Diet Recommendations

Phytochemicals: Important “New Nutrients” for Health

Nutrition & Health for Baby Boomers & Beyond

Plant-Based Foods in the Diet

White Papers

Short papers and brochures to educate on peanut health and nutrition

Peanut Allergy White Paper

Peanut Nutrition White Paper

Fact Sheets

Great one page or two page sheets for reference.

Peanuts and Peanut Butter Fit Into Healthy Eating Patterns (booklet)

Where do Peanuts Fit on USDA's MyPlate?

Eat Peanuts Daily! Top 4 reasons you should eat a small amount of peanuts or peanut butter everyday

Heart Healthy Peanuts

Grab and Go

Men's Health

New Ideas with Favorite Foods

Holiday Traditions

Power Your Day with Peanut Protein

Peanuts Decrease the Risk of Type 2 Diabetes

Myth Busters: Peanuts and peanut butter are high in fat and calories that cause weight gain

Pack Peanuts for a Better Lunch

Peanuts: A Flavorful & Fun Fiber Source

Stay Satisfied with Peanuts

Try Salted Peanuts for a Low-Sodium Snack

Peanut Allergy Fact Sheet

Peanuts & Peanut Butter in Perspective: Type 2 Diabetes

Peanuts & Peanut Butter in Perspective: Heart Disease

Peanuts & Peanut Butter in Perspective: Weight Loss

Recipe Cards

Chopped Salad of Corn, Tomatoes, Peppers, Jicama, Avocado, and Black Beans with Smoked Peanuts

Peanut Protein Smoothie/Creamy Peanut Sauce

Resources and Materials for Peanuts