Health Benefits of Sunflower Seeds

I just love eating raw sun flower seeds! Not only are they a great snack, sunflower seeds offer several extraordinary health benefits.

Sunflower seeds are an excellent source of vitamin E and a very good source of copper and vitamin B1. In addition, sunflower seeds are a good source of manganese, selenium, phosphorus, magnesium, vitamin B6, Vitamin aB3, folate and niacin.

A ΒΌ cup serving of sunflower seeds provides (in value recommended values): 190 calories, 16 grams of fat, 6 grams of protein, and 4 grams of fiber.

Promotes Cardiovascular Health and helps to Prevent Cancer Due to High Antioxidant Content.
Phytosterols Promote Healthy Cholesterol Levels.
Potent Source of Magnesium.
Supports a Healthy Mood.
Contains Selenium: A Powerful Antioxidant and Great for Thyroid Function.
Helps Combat Osteoporosis, Bone Loss, and Muscle Cramps.
Balances Blood Sugar Levels and Helps Ward off Diabetes.
Full of vitamins and antioxidants that Improves Skin Health & Firmness.

Dont forget! Sunflower seeds, like most of types of nuts and seeds, provide a healthy source of essential fatty acids, their specific fatty acids are in the form of linoleic acid.

I love eating raw sun flower seeds but also blending with my essential oils cold pressed, pure sun flower oil. Why? Because Improves Skin Health!

Studies have shown that antioxidant Vitamin E is especially useful for maintaining youthful, strong, healthy skin.
Sunflower seeds contain Vitamin E in addition to essential fatty acid lipids that help keep skin hydrated and free from sun and pollution damage.


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