National Peanut Lovers Day 2019 is on Friday, March 1, 2019: Is eating peanuts everyday good for gaining pounds?
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Peanuts are very high in fat and not a good food for a person who wants to add weight only by adding muscle. Check the nutritional profile here ---> However, peanuts are a good food (preferably dry roasted and unsalted) so they can be a tasty snack for the peanut lover with no adverse effects if only a few ounces are consumed per day.
The best diet for losing fat is the same as the best diet for building muscle which is the same as the best diet for maintaining health and body weight. In other words, everyone should be eating essentailly the same macronutrients, vitamins, minerals, and fiber barring special health or medical considerations because we all have essentially the same physiognomy and there is only one version of peak health. Here is the diet approved by the US National Institute of Health...the people doctors listens to in the US.
Eat varied, wholesome, and high quality foods such that your daily caloric intake is about equal to your daily caloric burn while keeping your macronutrient ratios at about 55/25/20 (%calories from carbs/fats/protein). Only slight changes should be made in the macronutrient ratios to accommodate the extreme demands of special activities such as athletics or inactivity due to illness.
Note: Here are the details in case you're interested. ---> and here --->
You get to make the food choices (no supplements without a doctor's recommendation) based on culture, available foods, personal preferences, your resources, food alergies, etc. However, the words "varied", "wholesome", and "high quality" are important. And, you should consume your food in 4-6 daily meals with healthy snacks between such that you're nourishing yourself every two hours when awake.
If you want to add muscle, you'll have to exercise anaerobically (strength training) using the overload principle and that's going to mean a long term commitment to hard workouts. In general, ectomorphs (naturally skinny people), teens, and females do not have much potential for muscular growth so you may workout long and hard only to be disappointed with the results. If you want to know how to build muslce, go here --->
You may achieve more satisfactory result by adding body fat. Most think women look better and more natural with more body fat. Body fat imparts a smooth look, amplifies the breasts and derrière, and can give a slender girl curves. If you want to try adding fat, just eat more food by increasing portion size. Don't change your macronutrients, just increase your caloric intake by adding more food to your diet. You will see the changes, if they are given to occur, slowly so you'll have easy control over the results.
You provided precious little info about yourself and no biometrics, so there's not much more I can say. However, you may just find that you are an ectomorph with unrealistic ideals. In that case, watch this viedo --->
Good luck and good health!!
in america where are the peanut farms....?
There are about 50000 peanut farms in America...
* Peanut butter is the leading use of peanuts in the USA.
* Peanut butter was the secret behind "Mr. Ed," TV's talking horse.
* It takes about 540 peanuts to make a 12-ounce jar of peanut butter.
* There are enough peanuts in one acre to make 30,000 peanut butter sandwiches.
* Peanut butter was first introduced to the USA in 1904 at the Universal Exposition in St. Louis by C.H. Sumner, who sold $705.11 of the "new treat" at his concession stand.
* The oldest operating manufacturer and seller of peanut butter has been selling peanut butter since 1908.
* Peanut butter is consumed in 89 percent of USA households.
* The world's largest peanut butter factory churns out 250,000 jars of the tasty treat every day.
* Women and children prefer creamy, while most men opt for chunky.
* People living on the East Coast prefer creamy peanut butter, while those on the West Coast prefer the crunchy style.
* It takes two grindings to make peanut butter. The intense heat produced from one, long grinding would ruin the flavor of the peanut butter.
* November is Peanut Butter Lovers Month.
* Arachibutyrophobia is the fear of getting peanut butter stuck to the roof of your mouth.
* The average child will eat 1,500 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches before he/she graduates high school.
* The world's largest peanut butter and jelly sandwich was created in Oklahoma City, OK, on September 7, 2002, by the Oklahoma Peanut Commission and the Oklahoma Wheat Commission. The PB & J sandwich weighed in at nearly 900 pounds, and contained 350 pounds of peanut butter and 144 pounds of jelly. The amount of bread used to create the sandwich was equivalent to more than 400-one pound loaves of bread. Now that's one giant sandwich!
* Sixty percent of consumers prefer creamy peanut butter over crunchy.
* The patent for peanut butter was awarded to Dr. John Harvey Kellogg in 1895.
* The amount of peanut butter eaten in a year could wrap the earth in a ribbon of 18-ounce peanut butter jars one and one-third times.
* Americans spend almost $800 million a year on peanut butter.
* Americans eat enough peanut butter in a year to make more than 10 billion peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.
* Spread the word - Peanut butter is the leading use of peanuts in the USA!
So, you see why I can't mention every place they are grown?
* The peanut is not a nut, but a legume related to beans and lentils.
* Peanuts are naturally cholesterol-free.
* Peanuts account for two-thirds of all snack nuts consumed in the USA.
* There are four types of peanuts are grown in the USA. - Runner, Virginia, Spanish and Valencia.
* Four of the top 10 candy bars manufactured in the USA contain peanuts or peanut butter.
* The average American consumes more than six pounds of peanuts and peanut butter products each year.
* March is National Peanut Month.
* Peanuts are planted after the last frost in April or early May.
* Dr. George Washington Carver researched and developed more than 300 uses for peanuts in the early 1900s; Dr. Carver is considered "The Father of the Peanut Industry" because of his extensive research and selfless dedication to promoting peanut production and products.
* Astronaut Allen B. Sheppard brought a peanut with him to the moon.
* The world's largest peanut was 4 inches long and was grown by Earl Adkins in North Carolina.
* Tom Miller pushed a peanut to the top of Pike's Peak (14,100 feet) using his nose in 4 days, 23 hours, 47 minutes and 3 seconds.
* Most USA peanut farms are family-owned and -operated.
* The peanut plant originated in South America.
* As early as 1500 B.C., the Incans of Peru used peanuts as sacrificial offerings and entombed them with their mummies to aid in the spirit life.
* Peanuts contribute more than $4 billion to the USA economy each year.
* The peanut growth cycle from planting to harvest is about five months.
* The average peanut farm is 100 acres.
* The peanut plant produces a small yellow flower.
* Americans eat more than 600 million pounds of peanuts (and 700 million pounds of peanut butter) each year.
* Peanuts flower above ground and then migrate underground to reach maturity.
* Two peanut farmers have been elected president of the USA - Thomas Jefferson and Jimmy Carter.
* Adrian Finch of Australia holds the Guinness World Record for peanut throwing, launching the lovable legume 111 feet and 10 inches in 1999 to claim the record.
* A mature peanut plant produces about 40 pods that then grow into peanuts.
* Peanuts are a good source of folate, which can reduce the risk of certain birth defects in the brain and spinal cord.
* Ever wonder where the term "Peanut Gallery" comes from? The term became popular in the late 19th century and referred to the rear or uppermost seats in a theater, which were also the cheapest seats. People seated in such a gallery were able to throw peanuts, a common food at theaters, at those seated below them. It also applied to the first row of seats in a movie theater, for the occupants of those seats could throw peanuts at the stage, stating their displeasure with the performance.
what are some march holidays?
During March we celebrate
Irish American Month
Music in Our Schools Month
National Craft Month
National Frozen Food Month
National Irish American Heritage Month- designated by Congress in 1995.
National Nutrition Month
National Peanut Month
National Women's History Month
Red Cross Month
Social Workers Month
2nd Week National Bubble Week
2nd Week Crochet Week
1 National Pig Day
1 Peanut Butter Lovers' Day
2 Employee Appreciation Day first Friday in March
2 National Salesperson Day - first Friday in the month
2 Old Stuff Day
3 I Want You to be Happy Day
3 If Pets Had Thumbs Day
3 National Anthem Day
3 Peach Blossom Day
4 Holy Experiment Day
4 Hug a GI Day
5 Multiple Personality Day
6 Dentist's Day
6 National Frozen Food Day
7 National Crown Roast of Pork Day
8 Be Nasty Day
8 International (Working) Women's Day
8 Popcorn Lover's Day second Thursday
9 Panic Day
10 Middle Name Pride Day
11 Johnny Appleseed Day
11 Worship of Tools Day - guys, you can relate
12 Girl Scouts Day
12 Plant a Flower Day
13 Ear Muff Day
13 Jewel Day
14 Learn about Butterflies Day
14 National Potato Chip Day
14 National Pi Day- Why today? Because today is 3.14, the value of Pi.
15 Everything You Think is Wrong Day
15 Ides of March
15 Incredible Kid Day
15 Dumbstruck Day
16 Everything You Do is Right Day
16 Freedom of Information Day
17 National Quilting Day - third Saturday of month
17 Submarine Day - the hero sandwich or the boat??
17 Saint Patrick's Day
18 Goddess of Fertility Day
18 Supreme Sacrifice Day
19 Poultry Day
20 International Earth Day
20 Extraterrestrial Abductions Day
20 Proposal Day
21 Fragrance Day
22 National Goof Off Day
23 National Chip and Dip Day
23 Near Miss Day
24 National Chocolate Covered Raisin Day
25 Pecan Day
25 Waffle Day
26 Make Up Your Own Holiday Day
27 National "Joe" Day
28 Something on a Stick Day
29 National Mom and Pop Business Owners Day
29 Smoke and Mirrors Day
30 National Doctor's Day
30 I am in Control Day
30 Take a Walk in the Park Day
31 Bunsen Burner Day
31 National Clam on the Half Shell Day