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Food Review: Naturally More Peanut Butter

The all-natural Naturally More peanut butter certainly has a lot going for it on paper: It was named one of the 125 best packaged foods by Women's Health, has no cholesterol or trans-fats, and contains healthy essentials like flaxseed, flax oil, and omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. On top of these positive facts, the company boasts that its product has 25 percent more protein and 50 percent more fiber than regular brands. Is this the perfect peanut butter? See the product's nutritional information and my review when you

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Nutritionally, this is definitely a twist on an old favorite: Beyond roasted peanuts, Naturally More contains wheat germ, flaxseed, flax oil, egg whites, omega-3 and omega-6. The fact that this peanut butter is fortified with heart healthy ingredients might make me overlook a slight taste deficiency, but I can't say that I'd be able to tell the difference between Naturally More and another natural brand. It tasted like creamy, delicious peanut butter — just the way it should be. I can't wait to eat it with my apple slices for a pre-workout snack, which motivates me to work out.

Serving Size 2 tbsp
Calories 169
Total Fat 11 g
Saturated Fat 2 g
Cholesterol 0 mg
Sodium 130 mg
Carbs 8 g
Fiber 4 g
Sugar 2 g
Protein 10 g

FYI: It is National Peanut Butter Month! If you're a PB lover, celebrate with two tablespoons of your favorite peanut spread!

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CUPCAKEchatter CUPCAKEchatter 7 years
I love this! Thats because it has a stronger peanut taste to it :)
superfoxml superfoxml 7 years
That IS freaking me out with the egg whites in it...that's like selling apple butter but w/ bacon grease mixed in. Weird.
Scarlatina Scarlatina 7 years
It's just gross to put egg whites in peanut butter. Peanut butter is just so good in it's pure form.
ilanac13 ilanac13 7 years
i've tried several 'natural' peanut butters and i haven't found the taste to be as good or satisfying as regular ones - so i'm interested to see how this one is. i know that you noted that the flavor is pretty similar, but i would have to think that with some of the added things in this, it would have the potential to taste better. i might be willing to give just one more natural alternative a try!
Kate-Marie Kate-Marie 7 years
Hm, I don't think I want a bunch of extra stuff in my peanut butter... just a bit of oil and salt. Egg whites? That sounds strange.
KMattes KMattes 7 years
Jive, I saw that powdered PB on the Today show on Friday! They pretty much agreed with you-the taste wasn't quite the same, but to kill a PB craving with less calories, it's the way to go!
Blondy47 Blondy47 7 years
Best PB out there: Better N Peanut Butter from Trader Joe's. It's 100 calories per serving and tastes amazing :)
runningesq runningesq 7 years
Ohhh I'll have to check this out. I LOVE peanut butter! Anyone know how it compares - price wise - to reg nautral pb?
runningesq runningesq 7 years
Ohhh I'll have to check this out.I LOVE peanut butter!Anyone know how it compares - price wise - to reg nautral pb?
HappyKate HappyKate 7 years
I buy all the time and love it! You can find it a Wegmans and even wallmart
Dublin62505 Dublin62505 7 years
My husband is a devotee of this stuff (especially during his bulking phase). Publix sells it.
mtiger mtiger 7 years
I'll have to try this. I love peanut butter.
kris0bot kris0bot 7 years
this is hands down the only peanut butter ill ever eat
rivrchild rivrchild 7 years
PS - only problem is that I can never find this in any store. A client gave me a jar a couple months ago and said she got it at Wal-mart of all places, but I couldn't find it in the store near me. Also looked for it at Trader Joe's last night expecting to see it, but no. Anyone know where to go? Whole Foods?? (but then it'll probably be $5!!)
rivrchild rivrchild 7 years
I've had this before and as far as natural organic peanut butter goes, I really liked it. It does harden up a bit in the fridge, but I would just nuke it for a couple seconds in the microwave to soften it up before spreading. I love that the calorie count is so much lower than other peanut butters (usually 200 for 2 tbsp!) Soniabonya, perhaps it's the less added sugar is why it has less calories? I don't have a jar in front of me, but I'm willing to be there's a lot more than 2g of sugar in those more popular mainstream peanutbutters like Jiff or Skippy - (or is it Skip and Jiffy ... ? I can never remember!) I wish Fit had put a comparison to one of those or something similar.
rivrchild rivrchild 7 years
I've had this before and as far as natural organic peanut butter goes, I really liked it. It does harden up a bit in the fridge, but I would just nuke it for a couple seconds in the microwave to soften it up before spreading. I love that the calorie count is so much lower than other peanut butters (usually 200 for 2 tbsp!) Soniabonya, perhaps it's the less added sugar is why it has less calories? I don't have a jar in front of me, but I'm willing to be there's a lot more than 2g of sugar in those more popular mainstream peanutbutters like Jiff or Skippy - (or is it Skip and Jiffy ... ? I can never remember!) I wish Fit had put a comparison to one of those or something similar.
gabiushka gabiushka 7 years
This sounds good...
gabiushka gabiushka 7 years
This sounds good...
Soniabonya Soniabonya 7 years
pwodered peanut butter?? o.O that's a bit freaky. how is this all natural peanut butter lower in calories than the regular ones? i'm still in the search for a good low cal organic peanut butter, but Jif still remains in our pantry. lol.
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