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Great things come in small packages! Have you heard of it? And this is truly the case when it comes to seeds. Seeds are mostly full of nutritional goodness and great to boost your health dose every day. There are so many ways to add these nutritional little packs to your diet—- you can turn them into a great snack or sprinkle them on salads, in sauces, and all the delicious meals that are salty, crunchy, and sweet.

Here Are The Health Benefits Of 4 Seeds You Can Eat Everyday!

Sunflower Seeds

Sunflower seeds are a good source of selenium, a chemical compound that has been shown to induce DNA synthesis and repair in damaged cells of the body by which abnormal cells or cancerous cells are eliminated. A quarter cup of sunflower seeds is known to provide you with ninety percent of Vitamin E (recommended daily intake). Vitamin E has significant anti-inflammatory properties and helps neutralizes free radicals. These seeds are also rich in magnesium, which is necessary to reduce muscle tension, soreness, fatigue, headaches, and blood pressure.

Chia Seeds

Chia seeds are popular in recent days! A single serving of chia seeds has 27% of recommended daily intake of phosphorus and 18% of calcium which promotes bone health and 33% of fiber which promotes healthy digestion. And also chia seeds are rich in omega-3-fatty acids, with nearly five grams in a one-ounce serving.

Flax Seeds

Flax seeds are great sources of omega-3-fatty acids. A tablespoon of flaxseed contains more than the recommended daily intake of omega-3s, which helps reduce the inflammation that leads to migraine headaches, osteoporosis, and rheumatoid arthritis. One tablespoon of flax seed contains three grams of fiber, therefore it helps greatly to promote digestion health.  Additionally, flax seeds also contain Alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) which helps promote bone health and Lignans which also promotes digestion and are believed to have a role in the prevention of breast cancer.

Pumpkin Seeds

Pumpkin seeds are an amazing source of phosphorous, magnesium, iron, zinc, manganese, copper, protein, vitamins B, vitamin E, and vitamin K. They contain L-tryptophan (an amino acid) that lowers depression and promotes healthy sleeping. Studies suggest that pumpkin seeds prevent the formation of calcium oxalate kidney stones and efficiently reduce inflammation.

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