September 28, 2021 1 min read

Sunflower seeds have a long list of nutrients, including vitamin E, vitamin B6, folate, fiber, iron, zinc, magnesium, manganese, and selenium. Selenium is an essential mineral and antioxidant. it may reduce your risk of cancer and oxidative stress.

Sunflower seeds are full of antioxidants which are vital in preventing any free radical cells from damaging other cells. Some free radicals are important for health, but an excess can cause them to take over and damage the healthy cells.
Sunflower seeds also can help to lower blood pressure and blood sugar, as well as cholesterol. Vitamins like selenium, zinc, and iron are very helpful in building up a strong immune system. Sunflower seeds contain monounsaturated fat and polyunsaturated fat, which are healthy fats.

Sunflower seeds are helpful in reducing the likeliness of developing several disorders such as heart disease and diabetes. They are also an incredible natural energy booster which means they can boost energy without a crash. The vitamins that contribute to the energy boost are vitamin B6, selenium, and magnesium.

 

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