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Raw Flax Seed:
Product Name : Raw Flax Seed
Crop Variety : Sheela
Geo Tag (Place of Origin): Mandla,MP
Flaxseeds, sometimes called linseeds, are small, brown, tan or golden-colored seeds that are the richest sources of a plant-based omega-3 fatty acids, called alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) in the world! Flaxseeds rank #1 source of lignans in human diets. Flaxseeds contain about 7 times as many lignans as the closest runner-up, sesame seeds.
Flaxseed is one of the very few natural products which has protein and dietary fibre together, hence maximizing efforts in the gym too!
Sweet, nutty sunflower seeds are an excellent source of essential fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals. Besides being eaten as popular snacks, they are also used in the kitchen to prepare variety of recipes. Not only are they a great snack, sunflower seeds offer several extraordinary health benefits.
Contains Selenium: A Powerful Antioxidant and Great for Thyroid Health
Contains Phytosterols: Promote Healthy Cholesterol Levels
Contains Vitamin E and Folate: Promotes Cardiovascular Health
Potent Source of Magnesium
Pumpkin seeds have long been valued as a source of the mineral zinc, and the World Health Organization recommends their consumption as a good way of obtaining this nutrient. Pumpkin seeds also contain conventional antioxidant vitamins like vitamin E. It also has loads of benefits:
Heart Healthy Magnesium and Zinc for Immune Support.
Plant-Based Omega-3 Fats thus Anti-Diabetic Effects.
Benefits for Postmenopausal Women.
Heart and Liver Health.
Tryptophan for Restful Sleep.
How to use: Add half a spoon of raw seeds to your daily bowl of muesli or Roast and mix seeds to other roasted seeds like watermelon, sunflower and flax seeds – best to satisfy evening hunger pangs!
Caution: No known allergies, Many of the available varieties are flavored and loaded with high-sodium flavorings which are not good for health.
Watermelon seeds like the other seeds in this group are a rich source of nutrients and minerals, Some of the health benefits of watermelon seeds are given below-
Watermelon seeds contain some of these essential amino acids such as tryptophan and glutamic acids. Lysine helps in calcium absorption to facilitate formation of collagen and connective tissues in the body whereas arginine improves the body’s metabolism, cardiovascular system and sexual health.
These seeds are excellent sources of multivitamin B and can replace some of the supplements. Vitamin B present in watermelon seeds comprises of niacin, folate, thiamine, riboflavin, vitamin B6 and pantothenic acid. B vitamins are vital for maintaining healthy blood, nervous system and effective immune response.
Watermelon seeds are effective in recovering health after illness and sharpening your memory.
Being high in protein, watermelon seeds can be extremely beneficial in combating protein deficiencies. One cup of dried seeds provides about 30 grams of protein.
The seeds contain a good amount of magnesium, with 100 grams of seeds providing 139 percent of the recommended daily requirement. This mineral helps in stabilizing metabolic processes and ensures the normal functioning of the heart.
The healthy fats present in watermelon seeds, including Omega 6 fatty acids (3) and PUFAs, help in reducing the levels of harmful LDL cholesterol in your blood. This, in the long run, helps lower the risk of cardiac ailments and other health complications.
How to use Seeds:
There are many ways to use it.
Add 1-3 tablespoons of assorted seeds to a morning smoothie or add to your muesli bowl
Bake ground seeds into muffins, cookies and breads (doesn’t lose its properties at high temperature) and flaxseeds also act as egg replacer in baking dishes too!
Dry Roast all your seeds and mix with little edible salt – best to satisfy evening hunger pangs!
Add some crunch to your salad with a handful of seeds, or use roasted seeds along with dried fruit in home-made trail mix.
Grounded flax seeds can be added to your Atta (250 gms in 5kg Atta), best way to ensure daily consumption for your entire family.
Eat your raw/roasted watermelon seeds in the same meal as fruits and vegetables, since vitamin C -- a nutrient found in many fruits and veggies -- helps your body better absorb the iron in the seeds. Citrus fruits, red peppers, raspberries and strawberries all provide considerable amounts of vitamin C to boost iron absorption.
Watermelon seed tea:
For Diabetes and Kidney Cleaning: These seeds can be used for treating diabetes. Boil a handful of watermelon seeds in 1 litre water for 45 minutes, keeping the pot covered. This concoction should be taken every day like tea.
Watermelon seed tea works as a natural diuretic. This tea can be used to treat people coping with urinary infections and eliminate kidney stones. Watermelon seed tea is used in Chinese Naturopathic medicine for detoxification.
Caution: no known allergies, If you opt for pre-roasted seeds, make sure to check the nutrition label before you buy -- seeds roasted in oil and seasoned with salt might come loaded with unwanted fat and sodium.
Do Try our range of :
Antioxidant teas – Lotus flower Tea, Moringa leaf Tea, Avaram Senna Tea & Darjeeling green tea (available in many flavors)
Combo offers also available.
Natural sweeteners – Dates Palm Sugar, Dates Palm crystals and Dates Palm Jaggery
Disclaimer: This “HOW to USE” guide is for suggestive purposes only and should not be used as a replacement for professional diagnostic and treatments. Remember to always consult your healthcare provider before making any health-related decisions or for counselling, guidance and treatment about a specific medical condition.
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