Raja Sunflower Seed (200g)

Raja Sunflower Seed (200g)

Rich in protein & micronutrients that are known to promote heart health, Aids better digestion

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237 (gms)
6 (cm) x 6 (cm) x 13 (cm)

About Raja Sunflower Seed

Sunflower is the most important oil-seed crop in the world with a ranking of fourth in worldwide production. It is one of the fast-growing plant, called as surajmukhi ke beej in Hindi, they serve as a dual purpose by providing protein and oil both. Being greyish green or black in colour, sunflower seeds are embedded in tear shaped grey or black shells. One sunflower contains up to 2000 seeds.  30 gm of shelled sunflower seeds contains approximately 50% of daily requirement of Vitamin E. Also, sunflower seeds are power packed with antioxidants, fiber, magnesium, phosphorus, selenium, copper, zinc, folate, iron, phytochemicals and unsaturated fats. Being a rich source of nutrients, and low on cholesterol, sunflower seeds improve digestion, brain power, and functioning of cardio-vascular system. Wheat being the staple in our country, if supplemented with sunflower seeds, the protein content of wheat flour increases.

Health benefits of Raja Sunflower seed

1. Help Improve Cholesterol Levels

Sunflower seeds, like many beneficial nuts and seeds, are a rich source of fats, in this case monounsaturated and polyunsaturated ones. These are known for reducing LDL levels (known as the bad cholesterol), a known risk factor for cardiovascular disease. Sunflower seeds are also rich in fiber, which by themselves help to promote bile excretion in feces and a corresponding reduction in overall cholesterol, as cholesterol is required for synthesis of new bile acids.

2. Helps Support Bone Health

Bone is living tissue, which requires nutrition like many other parts of the body to retain its ideal function, contrary to the belief that it is dead tissue. Though most people associate calcium with being the mineral responsible for bone health, it is merely one of a team of nutrients that is necessary for optimal bone health, with the supporting minerals having a very important part to play. In particular, are the minerals magnesium, phosphorus and copper, which ensure proper bone mineralization. Bone mineralization is a mechanism set in order to guarantee that bone is of a certain “density”, to support its weight bearing responsibilities. Without proper mineralization, bone is structurally weak, and prone to easy fractures.

4. Promote healthy detoxification

Selenium is an important mineral when it comes to assisting in the removal of waste material from the body, playing a role in many biological processes. It plays a role in the maintenance of the body’s strongest natural anti-oxidant glutathione, which the liver used to safeguard itself from the effects of metabolism of waste. Selenium has also been shown to help stimulate repair of damaged cells owing to the action of toxins on them.

5. Support skin health

Sunflower seeds are an excellent source of Vitamin E, which plays an integral role in skin health and maintenance. Vitamin E reduces oxidative damage to skin cells caused by UV rays, helps to reflect some of them, and helps keep your skin looking youthful. Vitamin E is widely used in the cosmetic industry to support skin health, with oral consumption the superior way to get yours.

6. Promote good mood and restful sleep

The mineral magnesium is once again responsible for sunflower seeds beneficial effects on mood, helping to improve brain levels of serotonin, a neurotransmitter strongly determinant of our mood. It also helps to reduce levels of the stress hormone cortisol, which in high amounts inhibits the neurotransmitters responsible for a good mood. Sunflower seeds are also rich in the amino acid tryptophan, a precursor of dopamine and other neurotransmitters that helps to bring about restful sleep and relaxation at night.

7. Sunflower seeds are a rich source of Protein

If you are someone who does not consume meat to get their protein from, sunflower seeds are an excellent add on to get yours, containing as much as 40% of your recommended daily intake in a single 100g serving. Though the protein found in sunflower seeds are not complete (in the sense that they do not have all the essential amino acids required by the diet), they are an excellent way nevertheless to help come closer to your protein requirements. Protein is still essential for health whether you eat meat or not, as repair and regeneration of cells depends on it, along with production of multiple enzymes and immune cells.

8. Promote weight loss

Sunflower seeds appear to be a perfect melting pot of nutrients that are conducive for weight loss, including those such as fiber and the B vitamins. Fiber adds bulk in the stomach, slowing down glucose absorption and keeping you fill for longer, while the B vitamins help to ensure macronutrients are broken down in more efficient fashion. Both of these help in the weight loss process, and can help keep energy levels high while calories are restricted.

11. Promote hair growth and Lusture

Vitamin E found in sunflower seeds does more than just take care of the skin, as it also imparts benefits to the hair and nails as well. Vitamin E keeps hair looking youthful and rich, adding volume and bounce. Sunflower seeds also promote blood flow to the scalp to stimulate growth of new hair. This can be attributed to the mineral calcium, magnesium, potassium and iron which stimulates the production of new blood cells.

Do yourself a favor, and get some sunflower seeds today. Whether you like them as is or lightly toasted, they make an easy and super healthy snack to consume anytime you feel a little hungry but don’t want to reach for the junk. 

Raja Sunflower Seed  Storage

If buying shelled seeds, avoid the yellow ones as they become rancid. Store in an airtight container because it can turn sour due to high fat content. Store in refrigerator or in freezer. Freezing these seeds do not affect their flavour or texture.    

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Raja Sunflower Seed (200g)

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