Sunflower seeds are technically the fruits of the sunflower plant. There are two main types of sunflower crops. One type is grown for the seeds you eat, while the other is grown for the oil. The sunflower seeds you eat are encased in inedible black-and-white striped shells, also called hulls. Those used for extracting sunflower oil have solid black shells.
GOODB sunflower seeds are of premium quality, superior nutritional value, are 100% raw and natural. They are packed with the right amount of crunch, making it a delicious and healthy alternative for snacking. GOODB sunflower seeds are tested against industry’s quality parameters. Available in a pack of 200 grams, these premium quality seeds are sold in a food safety pouch and are hygienically packed in a unit that meets global food safety standards.
GOODB sunflower seeds are rich in calories. 100 grams of these seeds give around 585 calories of energy. They have a good amount of fibre and fats. Fats present are mostly polyunsaturated and monounsaturated; which are good fats. They are also rich in protein. They are loaded with vitamins like Thiamine, Riboflavin, Niacin, Pantothenic acid, Folate, Choline, vitamin B6, vitamin C and vitamin E. It contains minerals like calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, zinc etc. GOODB Sunflower seeds when consumed, also provide us with plant compounds like flavonoids and phenolic acids that are strong antioxidants.
Sunflower seeds are popular health foods that people commonly consume in trail mix, breakfast cereals, or straight from the bag as a snack. Try adding sunflower seeds to your meals and snacks for a tasty boost of nutrients.
Adding the consumption of 12 grams sunflower seeds to your daily routine is essential.
Benefits Of Sunflower Seed:
- Rich in Vitamin E, promotes healthy skin, nails and hairs.
- Has Vitamin B1 hence, is an energy booster.
- Helps in hormones balance.
- Promotes better epidermal health
- Rich in magnesium, hence promotes cardiovascular health.
- Good source of Selenium, helps to make DNA and protect against cell damage and infections. They are also involved in reproduction and the metabolism of thyroid hormones.
Uses Of Sunflower Seed:
- Add to baked goods such as bread, muffins, and cookies.
- Use as a topping for oatmeal or yogurt bowls.
- Mix with nuts and dried fruits for a healthy snack.
- Blend into a butter or milk alternative for a dairy-free option.
- Use as a crunchy coating for chicken or fish.