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5 Reasons to eat Sunflower seeds everyday! - Sorichorganics

5 Reasons to eat Sunflower seeds everyday!

5 Reasons to eat Sunflower seeds everyday!

There has been a surge in the amount of focus given to health and wellness. Thereafter the term ‘Superfood’ has gained a lot of popularity. However, superfoods are called ‘super’ for a reason. Superfoods include items that are a sure-short way of supplying your body with all the essential nutrients. These include seeds, nuts, and dehydrated fruits that are rich in omega 3 fatty acids, antioxidants and dietary fiber. 

Why sunflower seeds? 

Sunflower seeds are healthy, delicious, allergy-friendly superfood with massive consumership worldwide. They are a nutritious substitute of chips and other such items and offer a chock full of nutrients. It is a healthy snack that brims with goodness in its natural form. Here are 5 reasons to eat ‘em every day! 

Excellent source of Vitamin E

Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that can protect you from cardiovascular disease and can reduce inflammation linked to many other diseases such as arthritis, cancer and asthma. Sunflower seeds are an excellent source of vitamin E-  One ¼ cup serving provides over 80% of your daily needs.

Portability at its best! 

Sunflower seeds are the perfect go-to snack! They contain a great amount of protein, fiber and healthy fats that help you keep full for longer. They don’t require refrigeration and are allergy-friendly. Keeping a packet of these seeds in your car or travel bag for emergency snacking is a good way to avoid unhealthy snacking. 

Traces of essential Minerals

Minerals support many functions in the body. These minerals play a major role in natural processes like cell function and hormone regulation. Sunflower seeds are a great source of manganese, copper, magnesium, selenium and iron.  

Known for their Versatility

Sunflower seeds can be added to a throng of dishes. For breakfast, add some to your oatmeal or pancake batter, stir them into yogurt or on top of a smoothie bowl. For lunch, sprinkle a handful on a green salad or even in a salad. For dinner, use sunflower seeds as and when you want to. 

Fat (the good kind!)

Sunflower seeds are high in polyunsaturated fats- specifically, linoleic acid, an essential fatty acid also known as Omega-6. This fat is considered “essential” because our bodies cannot synthesize it, we must get it from other food sources. This healthful fat helps in keeping our heart healthy, cholesterol levels in check and contributes to healthy skin and hair.


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