Sunflowers (سورج مکھی کے بیج) aren’t just pretty to look at. They also provide a nutritious fruit known botanically as sunflower kernels. Most people call the kernels “seeds.” Sunflower kernels are encased in edible, black and white, pin-striped hulls. They are a popular snack. But not all sunflower seeds are created equal, especially when it comes to calories. Keep reading to find out more about sunflower seed nutrition.
Uses & Health Benefits:
- reduce bad (LDL) cholesterol levels
- Sunflower Seeds Boost Your Heart Health
- reduce heart attack risk
- reduce stroke risk
- manage blood sugar
- lower blood pressure
- Very High in Magnesium.
- May Improve Heart Health.
- Sunflower Seeds Are a Great Food for Expecting Mothers
- Sunflower seeds may be tiny, but they pack a nutritious punch. They are a great source of many vitamins and nutrients
Keep in mind that many processed sunflower seeds are loaded with salt. Too much salt in your diet is tough on your heart and kidneys. It may also cause you to retain water and lead to high blood pressure. To keep sodium on the lower side, eat raw, unsalted sunflower seeds.
How to Take It:
Recommended to use 1 or 2 tablespoon with milk or water 2 to 3 times in a day for adults and for children half tablespoon is enough in a day.
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This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.