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2 Side Effects Of Eating Groundnuts Excessively

Peanuts, also known as groundnuts, are a type of nut that is not only delicious but also provides the body with a number of significant health benefits. Many individuals enjoy eating nuts because of their pleasant flavor, but many don't realize that doing so can have negative health consequences. In this article, we'll examine some of the potential issues that can arise from a diet high in groundnuts.

In this post, in conjunction with a published on Healthline, we are going to have a look at some of the adverse effects or medical problems that eating groundnuts may worsen if you consume them in excessive amounts. Relax and gain knowledge at the same time by reading this article.


When eaten in large quantities, groundnuts may exacerbate what kinds of medical conditions?


One of the risks of consuming groundnuts frequently is aflatoxin toxicity. Aflatoxin is a poison produced by certain species of mold that can be found in groundnuts. Lack of appetite and jaundice (a yellowing of the skin and eyes) are two of the symptoms of aflatoxin poisoning. You should be careful about the groundnuts you eat because of the risk of aflatoxin poisoning, which can cause liver problems or cancer of the liver.


Second, some groundnuts have anti-nutrients, which can have a negative effect on the body and lower their nutritional value by preventing the body from properly absorbing the nutrients they contain. In excess, the phytic acid found in nuts can lead to health concerns or inadequate nutrient absorption. Overconsumption or regular consumption of groundnuts is associated with these two primary negative outcomes.

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