ABOUT PUMPKIN SEEDS: Did you know? One-quarter cup of pumpkin seeds contains an ample amount of magnesium, zinc, and omega-3 fatty acids. If that wasn’t enough, pumpkin seeds are also a rich source of iron and fiber. Are you suffering from digestion issues? Try including our pumpkin seeds into your diet to help better gastrointestinal health.
– Good source of protein, fiber, and iron
– Good source of selenium and vitamin E
ABOUT SUNFLOWER SEEDS: Did you know? Native American’s once used sunflower seeds for food, oil, bread-making, medical ointments, and dyes!
– Excellent source of vitamin C, fiber, and protein
– A source of iron and calcium
– High in antioxidants
ABOUT MULBERRIES: Did you know? Mulberries aren’t actually berries at all! These cluster fruits resemble berries once they’ve matured.
ABOUT CHIA SEEDS: Did you know?A one-ounce serving of chia seeds holds incredible nutrition: 4.4 grams of protein, 5 grams of omega-3 fatty acids, and 11 grams of fiber. Chia seeds also contain ample amounts of manganese, phosphorus, and calcium. Currently, chia is being studied as a possible natural treatment for type-2 diabetes because of its ability to slow down digestion. Its gelatinous texture, once added to liquid, can help prevent spikes in blood sugar.
– Excellent source of fiber, protein, and iron
– Rich in omega-3 fatty acids and lignans
– Contains calcium
ABOUT FLAXSEEDS: Did you know?Flaxseeds are considered a superfood because of the numerous health benefits! A single ounce holds 6 grams of protein and 8 grams of fiber.
ABOUT GOJI BERRIES: Did you know?Goji berries have been used in traditional Chinese medicine for thousands of years! Like all superfoods, are rich in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Two antioxidants in particular are working toward the health of your vision. Beta-carotene and zeaxanthin help protect the retina of the eye, and over time can decrease the risk of vision loss as we age. Paired with fact that antioxidants aid in weight loss and help boost our immune system, vision health is more than an added bonus!
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Chia is being studied as a possible natural treatment for type-2 diabetes because of its ability to slow down digestion. Its gelatinous texture, once added to liquid, can help prevent spikes in blood sugar.