Organic Pumpkin Seeds are popular for their pungent flavour.
Organic Pumpkin Seeds are a great addition to any store cupboard. These nutrient dense seeds are high in zinc which can be harder to obtain from a plant based diet. Organic pumpkin seeds can be sprinkled whole or ground on to sweet and savoury dishes and their fresh, nutty taste makes them a popular choice.
The more green and plump pumpkin seeds are, the more tasty and nutritious they become. Organic, freshly packed pumpkin seeds like these really do taste exceptional. They are a really versatile seed which can be used in sweet and savoury dishes. If you need a recipe to get you started then try this Five Seed Oatcakes Recipe.
If you want to try the most coveted pumpkin seeds around then take a look at our AAA Organic Pumpkin Seeds. If you like a variety of seeds on your dishes you could try our organic four seed mix.
Allergen Information: Packed on premises that handle gluten, tree nuts, sesame, soya, peanuts.
The Nutritional Benefits of Organic Pumpkin Seeds.
Organic Pumpkin Seeds are a rich source of nutrition. They are high in vitamin K, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Zinc, Copper and Manganese. They are a source of Thiamin (B1), Riboflavin (B2), Folate (B9) and Potassium.
Magnesium: This wonderful nutrient is often referred to as natures tranquilliser. It is necessary for the reduction of tiredness and fatigue and electrolyte balance. It is also needed for normal nervous system and muscle function.
Vitamin K: This nutrient is needed for the normal maintenance of bones and blood clotting.
B-Vitamins: This group of vitamins contribute to normal psychological function, normal function of the immune system and contribute to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.
Copper: This trace mineral is needed to protect cells from oxidative stress and for normal function of the immune system. It also contributes to normal connective tissue and functioning of the nervous system.
Manganese: This vital nutrient contributes to the maintenance of normal bones, formation of connective tissue and the protection of cells from oxidative stress.
Iron: It is vital to get enough iron and many whole foods contain high levels of it. Iron contributes to normal cognitive function, immune system function, reduction of tiredness, energy-yielding metabolism, formation of red blood cells, transportation of oxygen and cell division.
Zinc: This nutrient contributes to normal function of the immune system and DNA synthesis. It also protects cells from oxidative stress which is so important in a world where our bodies are exposed to so many toxins daily
Phosphorus: This abundant mineral contributes to energy-yielding metabolism, function of cell membranes and the maintenance of bones and teeth.
Potassium: This essential nutrient contributes to the normal functioning of the nervous system, muscle function and the normal maintenance of blood pressure.
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*High in = 30% or more of RI (reference intake) per 100g
*Source of = 15% or more of RI (reference intake) per 100g
For optimum freshness keep in a cool place away from moisture and direct sunlight. Store in a tightly sealed bag or container.