PB2 Foods delivers its newest plant-based masterpiece: Healthy, flavor-packed crunchy powdered peanut butter

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TIFTON, Ga., Jan. 25, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — After winning over peanut butter lovers with their smooth, better-for-you, protein-packed nut butters, culinary pioneer PB2 Foods has gone boldly where no brand has before: Creating the first crunchy powdered peanut butter.

Plant-based, gluten free, and sourced from only the highest quality peanuts, PB2’s new offering has all the flavor of classic peanut butter with 85{6339095b8ff4371e80c293520f74ccd4c0488f11a7aed6d0daae87ff5630195b} fewer calories, 5 hefty grams of plant-based protein, and a satisfying, guilt-free crunch.

“There is deep nostalgia for the crunchy peanut butter of our youth, but the sugar and calories in typical store brands make it

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A Dietitian Shares the Best Meatless Protein Sources for a Healthy Plant-Based Diet

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There are so many reasons to switch to a plant-based diet this year: It’s better for your health and for the planet>>>P, and there are tons of delicious plant-based products available in supermarkets across the country (we love chef Matthew Kenney’s PlantMade frozen meals). But you might be thinking, Without a chicken breast or hunk of steak in the middle of my plate, how will I get enough protein?

“This is the number one question I get about going more plant-based,” says DJ Blatner, R.D.N.>>>P, author of The Flexitarian Diet>>>P.“But there’s no need to worry,

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How to jumpstart healthy eating with a 7-day plant-based diet meal plan, prepared by a registered dietitian

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a group of fruit and vegetable stand: A plant-based diet minimizes animal foods like meat, eggs, and dairy. Crystal Cox/Business Insider


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A plant-based diet minimizes animal foods like meat, eggs, and dairy. Crystal Cox/Business Insider

  • A plant-based diet means eating more vegetables, fruits, whole grains, beans, legumes, nuts, and seeds. 
  • You should minimize your intake of animal foods like meat, eggs, and dairy, but you don’t need to exclude these foods entirely. 
  • Research has found that a plant-based diet is very beneficial, as it can improve heart health, reduce your risk of cancer and diabetes, and even help the environment. 
  • Visit Insider’s Health Reference library for more advice.

Plant-based diets are becoming more popular as Americans seek

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Plant-Based Eating Prep Tips From Liz Moody

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To me, one of the best changes to happen in the food world last year was the start of the end of diet culture. People are realizing that being healthy should make you feel good—satisfied, satiated, and filled with energy—rather than deprived, hungry, and weak.

How we get there, though, can feel overwhelming. We’re bombarded with so many contradictory messages that raise more questions that answers: Should we try keto? Go vegan? What type of alternative flour is best? The solution, however, is shockingly simple. In my years interviewing doctors on my podcast and as research for articles, I

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