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The Power of Pumpkin Seeds

These delicious, dark green pumpkin seeds are a great way to get high quality nutrition. Grown from an heirloom variety of pumpkin, Austrian pumpkin seeds are prized for their great flavor and nutritional qualities. The Power of Pumpkin Seeds

Benefits of Pumpkin Seeds

Pumpkin seeds are abundantly high in the important trace mineral zinc. Zinc is critical for prostate health in men. Pregnant and lactating women need zinc as it is crucial for fetal development. Zinc is also important for wound healing, our sense of taste and smell, and vision. People with poor night vision are often found to be deficient in zinc.

Pumpkin seeds are also packed with vitamin A, B, C, and E. They contain calcium, magnesium, iron, selenium, and copper, as well as omega-3 and omega-6 essential fatty acids (EFAs). These EFAs are especially effective in lowering cholesterol levels, and can help with weight loss by regulating lipid metabolism and breaking down fatty tissues.

2165 - Pumpkin Seeds, Austrian, 8oz, Organic, Heirloom
Pumpkin Seeds, Austrian, 8oz, Organic, Heirloom

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The Sunfood Difference

Our raw, organic, pumpkin seeds are dried at low temperatures to help keep nutrients intact. They are grown in the Steiermark region of Austria and are an heirloom variety. They naturally grow without hulls and don’t need to be shelled.

 

Recommended Usage

Pumpkin seeds are delicious and easy to use. You can make nut milks, seed pates, on-the-go trail mixes, or try our new Pumpkin Seed Pesto recipe!

 

Pumpkin Seed Pesto Recipe

Try this fun, nutritious and delicious version of pesto. Great for dipping raw crackers or for topping raw zucchini pasta.

Pumpkin Seed Pesto Recipe

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