Low-Fat Peanut Butter | PB2 Review


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Anyone who is on a low fat, high carb vegan diet and loves peanut butter should try some of these low fat, peanut butter powders out there, such as PB2. Same great taste with 85% less fat calories than traditional peanut butter. Your welcome! πŸ˜€

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  1. I get the smart balance which uses flax seed oil (I add flax seeds too),Β  I just add it to oatmeal my fat intake still 10% or less but I like the idea that the pb2 don't use oils just peanuts and would be great if you was gonna eat a lot of it or keeping fat intake low

  2. PB2 Is Not Whole Real Food – When I talk about the foods I eat, I tell people I want to choose the most nutrient dense foods on the planet and PB2 is just not one of them. The beauty of a peanut is that it contains all of the nutrients nature intended. It has a healthy dose of fat, protein and vitamins. PB2 extracts almost all of the essential monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats, leaching the vitamin E content which is fat soluble, therefore reducing the nutritional content of the whole food. The fat is what keeps you satisfied and reduces cravings making just a tablespoon of real peanut butter so satisfying. This powdered form looks pretty clean when you review the ingredients, but it’s just another way for manufacturers to trick you into thinking less calories is better for you. They have to add a mixture of sugar and salt into the powder to make it taste better without the fat. I know I’d rather have the fat vs. the sugar and salt!

  3. Tips on how to stay Vegan: Eat whole foods. Don't get caught up in the vegan processed/prepared foods craze. As with any movement, there will be those who will give you advise. Use your common sense and listen carefully are they telling me what I want to hear, or what I need to hear? You need to hear that whole foods are best and this powdery crap is just what it is.

  4. speaking of the sunshine state hopefully you managed to steer clear of that black bear hunt πŸ™ where the goal was to kill at least 300 of them….. I would hope the don't take such drastic measures next time around

  5. Probably not healthier. Protein is the biggest factor for negative health consequences. Plus the sugar and rich taste leading to food craving. Typical pattern where vegetarians want to think they are doing well but in reality trade some bad foods for things that really are not more healthful.

  6. I'm confused how is a plant based food with high fat bad for you? Would you get any sort of disease? Would you really go REALLY fat or just a bit…

  7. I've heard of powdered peanut butter, but never tried it. I will have to give it a shot.

    I'm not a very big peanut butter fan, though, so the lack of peanut butter isn't that big of a deal to me to begin with.. The lack of tahini, on the other hand.. that would be a big problem to go without hummus.

  8. the reason why I like this stuff is that it is palm oil free, but honestly you need healthy fats from nuts (in moderation). I don't get why you see healthy fats as bad. As long as your intake doesn't exceed 10-15% of daily calories its beneficial for supporting testosterone in men. Without healthy fats I would feel like crap all day.

  9. This is still healthier than regular peanut butter as its not only low in fat, but primarily lower in polyunsaturated fat, which is the most dangerous fat to eat. Nuts and seeds in general are high in them are best avoided, IMO.

  10. what a great guy. thanks for the vid. i wonder if fat in PB is a concern for a lean guy like me. im on my way to 180lbs….im 174 now and i eat six times a day and lift five times a week. im 37 years of age. the way i see it is that fat is not a problem because i want to be larger. hmmmmmm


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