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Wednesday, 29 January 2014

10 useful Benefits of pumpkin seeds

If you throw seeds of pumpkin after carving for Halloween decoration - you will surely change the habit to learn how much good hiding in those white seeds. They are not only tasty toasted slightly in form, but also add a lot of important vitamins and minerals in your diet.

Benefits of pumpkin seeds:


1 They contain many amino acid tryptophan, which the body is converted into serotonin, promotes good sleep.

2 Also, pumpkin seeds contains a rich supply of magnesium, which is useful for the heart and is a natural laxative.

3 High levels of digestible protein helps stabilize blood sugar, if seeds snacking during the day. Normal blood sugar will help you lose unwanted weight.

4 Omega-3 fatty acids from pumpkin seeds helps reduce benign prostatic hypertrophy.

5 In addition, pumpkin seeds are rich in zinc - a mineral that protects the prostate, making them the perfect snack for men's health.

6 These seeds - a good source of iron, a beneficial effect on blood and energizing.

7 Results of experiments with animals, a diet which included pumpkin seeds, the results of the fight against inflammation compared with results from the use of such drugs as indomethacin for the difference. Seed that no side effects.

8 It is believed that one of their components - phytosterols - can lower cholesterol. Among other nuts and seeds, pumpkin seeds took second place on the content of sterols (shared the first place sunflower seeds and pistachios).

9 Pumpkin seeds - excellent source of fiber.

10 They maintain alkalinity acid balance of the body, while many other products increased acidity. This is fraught with pain, disease and even cancer risk.

To maximally preserve the useful properties of oils contained in pumpkin seeds, eat them raw or lightly toasted form (15-20 minutes in an oven heated to 75 ° C). They can be lightly sprinkled with sea salt to taste. Raw seeds can be added to salads, sauces and even grind for pesto.

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