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Sunflower Seeds
Sunflower Seeds

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70g    150g    1kg

Nutritional facts per 100g:









* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 Calories diet.

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These delicious seeds are a source of healthy fats, vitamin E, B vitamins, zinc, phosphorus, potassium, iron, calcium, and protein.

Sunflower seeds can:

Keep Your Heart Healthy
Sunflower seeds have nutrients that can help keep your heart healthy - after all, they are a source of good fats and beneficial phytosterols. While trans fats and saturated fat can be bad for your heart, monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats can do you good. They can help lower cholesterol and control blood sugar. Phytosterols have also been known to lower cholesterol. Together, these healthy fats and phytosterols in sunflower seeds can improve heart health. So, go ahead and snack on sunflower seeds to keep your heart healthy!

Improve Mood
Proteins are made up of amino acids and the protein in sunflower seeds contains an important acid known as tryptophan which can help improve your mood. Your body uses this amino acid to make serotonin, a neurotransmitter which is involved in the regulation of mood. Studies have found that tryptophan can help improve mood symptoms in women with premenstrual syndrome as well as help people with depression. But do keep in mind that you need to eat sunflower seeds along with a food thats high in carbohydrates to improve its absorption in the brain. Thats because other amino acids can out-compete tryptophan for transport into the brain. Carbohydrates can, however, divert these amino acids and help increase tryptophan levels in the brain. So snack on sunflower seeds with a piece of fruit or a baked potato to enjoy the benefit of tryptophan.
Sunflower seeds also contain omega-3 fatty acids, another component thats important for proper brain function and has been found to help people with depression.

Lower Risk Of Parkinsons Disease
Sunflower seeds are rich in vitamin E, a nutrient thats vital to your health. You can get 8.4 mg of vitamin E from 1/4 cup of roasted sunflower seeds when the daily requirement for an adult is 15 mg. Vitamin E can in turn help protect against Parkinsons disease, a movement disorder that makes it difficult to do simple things like walking, talking, swallowing food, and talking. According to research, dietary vitamin E can have a neuroprotective effect, thereby lowering the risk of Parkinsons disease.

Improve Male Fertility
Sunflower seeds contain zinc, a mineral thats important for male fertility. In fact, according to research, taking zinc can improve sperm count, quality, and motility in infertile men. About 100 gms of sunflower seeds can give you 5mg of zinc. So include these nutrient-rich seeds in your diet.

Promote Sleep
Along with factors like stress and your sleeping environment, diet also determines whether you get a good nights sleep. Tryptophan, the amino acid that plays a role in the synthesis of serotonin, is particularly important for promoting sleep. Thats because your body converts serotonin into melatonin, the hormone that regulates sleep, at night. Now, 20 g of sunflower seeds contains 50 mg of tryptophan, but remember to combine sunflower seeds with some carbs for a restful nights sleep.

Help Manage Weight
Tryptophan, in sunflower seeds, helps to regulate appetite - when we are satiated with this amino acid we dont crave carbohydrates. Sunflower seeds also contain chlorogenic acid and some evidence suggests that this component can be helpful in inducing weight loss.

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