Sunflower Seeds


Lately I have been snacking on salt-less sunflower seeds. They taste delicious and are surprisingly very good for you. They are particularly high in Vitamin E, which is vital for skin health and aid in inflammation throughout the body. These seeds also contain selenium and magnesium; selenium is a mineral that corrects cell damage and protects against cancer, while magnesium aids in nerve and bone health and helps to prevent headaches. Who knew such small seeds could have so many health benefits. Sunflower seeds also help to curb your appetite – I enjoy eating them plain or sprinkling some on top of my salad.