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Sunflower seeds are a unique food, rich in many types of essential, and sometimes hard to get, nutrients like Vitamin E, copper, B Vitamins like thiamine, phosphorus, selenium, and more.
Sunflower seeds, like nearly all types of nuts and seeds, provide a healthy source of essential fatty acids; their specific fatty acids are in the form of linoleic acid. Additionally, sunflower seeds are also an excellent source of fiber, amino acids (especially tryptophan) which make up the building blocks of proteins, B Vitamins, phytosterols, and more.
Reduces Risk of Heart Diseases
Helps combat Osteoporosis, Bone loss and Muscle cramps
Supports Thyroid function through Selenium
Improves Skin Health
Balance Blood Sugar levels and helps ward off Diabetes
Helps to prevent cancer due to high Anti-oxident content
One serving of 32g Sunflower seeds has :
Vitamin-B1 (thiamine) (%RDI)
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