Raw Pumpkin Seed


Pumpkin seeds pack a nutritional punch fresh out of the pumpkin, making them excellent to snack on

or adding to mealtime recipes.

  • Rich Protein Source. 1 ounce (30 Grams) = 7 grams of protein.

  • Rich Iron Source. 30 grams of pumpkin seeds provides 20-30% of the recommended daily allowance of iron.

  • Rich Source of Fiber. Benefits digestive health and works to prevent constipation.

  • Rich Source of Zinc. Essential in immune function, cell growth, eye and skin health and insulin regulation.

  • Rich Source of Tryptophan.

  • Exceptionally High in Magnesium. One-quarter cup of pumpkin seeds contains nearly half of the recommended daily amounts.

  • Also a Source of Copper, and Selenium

  • Source of Vitamin E. Just one serving of pumpkin seeds provides the recommended daily allowance of Vitamin E.

  • Rich in B Vitamins. An excellent source of B-complex vitamins such as thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin B6 and folate - better than any vitamin pill!

  • Versatile. Their sweet, nutty flavour, works well in both savory and sweet meals. Sprinkle them on salads, add to raw granola mixes or simply munch on them. Add them to anything your heart desires

  • Easy to Prepare.  Scoop the seeds out of your pumpkin, rinse them under some water, let dry before dehydrating for about 18-24 hours.

  • Low Calorie Snack. 1 handful can be a healthy snack – under 100 calories.

  • And last on this list, but certainly not least - Pumpkin Seeds Are Anti-Parasitic!


READ MORE HERE: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pumpkin_seed


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A Powerhouse of Goodness!