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    Peanut Butter : Food Network

    Not all peanut butters are created equal. Some are made from only peanuts and salt (which is what you want), while others are a combo of peanuts, sugar and a variety of oils (including hydrogenated fats). Reduced-fat peanut butter may seem like the healthier choice, but the fat is oftentimes replace...
    • Valerie Lyon

      Healthier Snacks

    • Rachel Wynne

      Peanut Butter : Not all peanut butters are created equal. Some are made from only peanu(which is what you want), while othersof peanuts, sugar and a variety of oils (including hydrogenated fats). Reduced-fat peanut protein and healthy fat. It also has a high antioxidant content, with loads of vitamin E. When snacking on peanut butter, stick with 1-tablespoon portions to dip fruit in or spread on whole-grain crackers. via Food Network

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