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A peanut is not actually a nut! It is a pulse and belongs in the ?????? family along with peas, beans & lentils6 letters
Peanuts grow under the ground, not on ?????5 letters
Peanuts, peanut butter and peanut oil are excellent sources of heart-healthy, unsaturated fats, like those found in olive oil: more than 75% of the total fat content is ???????????11 letters
Peanuts are 25% ???????, with high levels of the amino acid arginine7 Letters
Peanuts contain resveratrol (also found in red wine), plant sterols and other phytochemicals which research is indicating have cardio-protective and ?????? inhibiting properties6 letters
Peanuts and peanut butter contain 'hard to get' minerals such as zinc, ?????????, copper and selenium9 letters
Peanuts and peanut butter contain B-vitamins, folate and Vitamin ?1 letter
Peanuts and peanut butter are natural sources of soluble and insoluble ????? (non-starch polysaccharides5 letters
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Peanuts and peanut butter are plant foods and contain no ???????????11 letters
Peanuts have a very low glycaemic index (14) and they promote good ?????? health because they do not form decay-causing acids in the mouth when eaten6 letters
It is believed that the first peanut plants to be found were in the Andean lowlands of South America, notably ???????7 letters
Archaeologists have claimed that excavations from burial sites in Peru dating back to 3000 BC were covered with peanut ??????6 letters
The '?????? of the Peanut Industry' is regarded as Dr George Washington Carver. Beyond snacks and peanut butter, he was responsible for developing over 300 diverse uses for the pea6 letters
Peanut butter was invented in the 1890s by a St Louis ??????, and today it is responsible for over half the consumption of US peanuts6 letters
A number of former US Presidents were closely associated with the peanut growing industry. Thomas Jefferson was the first president to grow peanuts but perhaps the world's most fam6 letters

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