Sprouted Pumpkin and Sunflower Seeds
I like to add some Sprouted Raw Organic Sunflower and Pumpkin Seeds to smoothies or salads.
- Sprouting unlocks the nutrients inside the seeds to increase their bioavailability & digestibility.
- Minimally processed and dried at low temperatures to ensure the seeds stay packed full of powerful nutrients and enzymes.
- Just sprouted seeds and sea salt.
- Made with no oils.
A great source of protein, magnesium, zinc, and iron.
Sunflower seeds are a great source of vitamin E, magnesium, selenium, B vitamins, copper, iron, fiber and plant protein. Sunflower seeds are high in mono-unsaturated fat and arginine.
Selenium has been shown to have anticancer, anti-inflammatory and antiallergenic properties.
Sprouted pumpkin seeds are full of properties that help promote health benefits like
- ~skin health
- ~muscle recovery
- ~bone health
- ~energy levels
I add organic, raw, sprouted sunflower seeds to my green smoothie, or sprinkle on a salad, add to cauliflower rice.
Make a pesto with 1 cup sunflower seeds, 4 cups chopped basil, 1/2 cup olive oil, 2 cloves garlic. Blend in a food processor.
Mix ground sunflower seeds and ground flaxseeds with raw cacao, coconut oil, a pinch of salt and stevia. Form into balls and freeze.
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