1.00 Kg bag (serves 100 liters)
Tiny, tasty, healthy and much calories, although with their 557 kcal per 100 grams, are the most light, if we can say, than any other oilseed. In sunflower seeds we also find lots of protein (20-28%) and carbohydrates (23.5%). What distinguishes the sunflower seeds from other foods in the same group is the rich heritage of vitamins, one of the highest in the plant world. Particularly in sunflower seeds are the rare vitamin B12 (4 mcg), almost absent in the other plant-based foods, and a record of vitamin B1 content (1.36 -2.2 mg), the highest among all foods. Good also the values of vitamin A (40 mcg), D (22 mcg), and (31 mg) and PP (3.3 mg). Sunflower seeds are also distinguished by the rich content of minerals, second only to that of sesame. Numerous studies have shown in sunflower seeds a conspicuous presence of chlorogenic acid, which also plays a valuable protection of the organism as as an antibacterial and anti-infective. In General, the sunflower seeds are very nutritious without exceeding in fats and high in magnesium are heart and powerful allies. Ideal for controlling cholesterol and preventing cardiovascular disease and atherosclerosis. The high content of vitamin B12 is essential for the nervous system. For the very low presence in foods of plant origin of this vitamin sunflower seeds is recommended especially for those who follow a vegetarian or vegan. If you suffer from headaches, be it crucial that hormonal source, or if you suffer from chronic headache now, here is a natural remedy that might give you some help and relief. It seems that the sunflower seeds have a great soothing power under these conditions and an infusion to drink daily, can bring significant benefits to those now living with this condition. Used to prepare decoctions, infusions, herbal teas, soups, casseroles, biscuits and sweet or savory pies. Referred to as anti-stress and therapeutic pillows filling to hot and cold.
Store in a dry place away from direct sunlight.