Did you know: Healthy Food Facts Part -6

Hi all,

May all you are good, sorry for the late post but sometimes it good not to be on time, as then a person misses you and knows your value 😀 . Quite inspirational and philosophy at the same time.As usual today we are also going for healthy food facts as previous, so let’s start today facts 🙂

Chia Seeds:

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Eating only one tablespoon of chia seeds will give you 19 percent of your recommended daily fiber intake additionally to calcium, magnesium, iron, essential fatty acids, and antioxidants.

Pumpkin Seeds:

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Eating two tablespoons of pumpkin seeds will gives you  about 25% of magnesium, a mineral that plays a key role in about 300 metabolic reactions within the body.


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Flaxseeds are rich in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, vitamins B1, B2 and B6, and other nutrients that help boost your energy and benefit your systema nervosum , system , and blood. Pumpkin seeds, usually roasted before eating, are an excellent source of zinc, copper, and selenium.

Sesame Seeds:

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Sesame seeds are an excellent source of lignans, which can help improve steroid hormone status for estrogen. Sesame seeds can also help reduce inflammation and oxidative stress.

Sunflower Seeds:

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Sunflower seeds contain high levels of both monounsaturated and omega-6 fats and should help reduce inflammation and cholesterol levels.

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