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Health Benefits of Eating Groundnuts at Night in Men

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According to health expert’s groundnuts is one of the best cereals which contains all vitamins and minerals that human beings require to build strong immune system.

The following are health benefits of eating groundnuts at night according to health experts: They are able to boost men house power which help them to perform better conjugal rights at night.

Helps Fight Depression (Tryptophan) groundnuts are good sources of tryptophan, an essential amino acid which is important for the production of serotonin, one of the key brain chemicals involved in mood regulation.

When depression occurs, a decreased amount of serotonin may be released from the nerve cells in the brain. Tryptophan may raise serotonin’s antidepressant effects when there is an increased amount of serotonin in the blood. Helps Promote Fertility (Folate) Peanuts contain a good amount of folate.

Peanuts or groundnuts are called energy-dense foods. If you include them as a snack, then it will make you eat fewer calories later in the day. Compared to consuming them with a meal, groundnuts elicited stronger feelings of fullness when eaten as a snack.

This will ultimately help with weight loss. Including groundnut or other nuts in your diet is a great way to enhance palatability & nutrient intake without causing weight gain. Eating a diet rich in nuts could produce higher sperm count and quality, according to a new study.

Performed by the Human Nutrition Unit of the Rovira i Virgili University in Spain, lead author Dr Albert Salas-Huetos says that the study was created in response to a decline in quantity and quality of human sperm, attributed to pollution, smoking, and trends toward a western-style diet.

The 14-week study involved 119 healthy and fertile men aged between 18 and 35 and intended to investigate the impact that adding a portion of nuts would have on a man’s sperm. Some of the participants were asked to add 60 grams of mixed almonds, hazelnuts and walnuts to their diet, while others were asked to continue eating as normal