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Usually, we don’t pay much attention to sunflower seeds, but did you know that they can contribute to your health?
Highly nutritious, sunflower seeds are relatively cheap and easy to find in supermarkets or health food stores.
Sunflower seeds are good for the intestine, heart, skin, and even help control glycemia. Did you know that? No!?
Then, learn some of the benefits of eating sunflower seeds:
Since they contain magnesium, sunflower seeds calm down, alleviate stress, and help with migraines.
Helps prevent constipation
Thanks to its fiber, sunflower seeds help fight constipation.
Contributes to cardiovascular health
Rich in good fats, both mono and polyunsaturated, sunflower seeds help maintain cardiovascular health. Isn’t it amazing?
Protects the skin
With copper and vitamin E, sunflower seeds also protect the skin against harmful ultraviolet rays.
Prevents arthritis and osteoporosis
Sunflower seed oil reduces the symptoms of arthritis, also contributing to prevent and treat rheumatoid arthritis
Now that you know the benefits of sunflower seeds, you must be asking yourself:
Do I eat them with or without the shell? Watch the video to learn more!
You will also learn how to season your sunflower seeds at home!
Try it and share your opinions with us.
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