Peanut kernels contain up to 53% fatty oil, which is composed of glycerides of arachidic, lignoceric, stearic, palmitic, gipogeevoy, oleic, linoleic, lauric, myristic, behenic, and eykazenovoy tseritinovoy acids. In oils in seeds include proteins (up to 37%), globulins (17%) "Arachin" konarahin, glyuteininy (about 17%) and vitamins (especially seed coats), E, pantothenic acid, biotin and other oil seed recovered from a liquid alkaloid Arachin, betaine and choline. Peanuts are not only tasty, but also useful: it contains a unique amino acids, vitamins A, D, E, B1, B2, PP, E, biotin. Peanut proteins are characterized by an optimal ratio of amino acids, so they are well absorbed by the human body. It is a good source of folic acid, which promotes the growth and regeneration of cells.