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Honey Roasted Sunflower Seeds

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Hundreds of sunflower seeds come from each yellow sunflower head. Not only are these seeds flavorful, but they also contain beneficial nutrients on which your body relies. Our Signature Snack Honey Roasted Sunflower Seeds is different from the common one. All the sunflower seeds are coated with honey flavor. It is naturally nice and good as a snack bites for you.

Some people worry about eating sunflower seeds because of their high fat content. Although these seeds are rich in oil, it is the healthy form of plant oil that provides your body with polyunsaturated fats. Sunflower seeds also contain dozens of vitamins, minerals, and phytochemicals that are necessary for a variety of physiological processes. Perhaps the best aspect of sunflower seeds is their versatility as a food source. Roasted sunflower seeds are an excellent snack that gives you protein and healthy fats. They also make a delightful, crunchy addition to a vegetable salad, provide flavor for a sandwich, or form the bulk of a vegetarian burger. No matter how you use your sunflower seeds, you can enjoy the benefits of the following nutrients that are contained in each crunchy kernel:
1. Vitamin E.
Vitamin E protects the components of lipoproteins, which traffic fats throughout the body. Failure to get enough vitamin E can result in neurological problems, such as balance problems, lack of coordination, muscle weakness, and eye damage.
2. Magnesium.
Magnesium is an essential mineral that is required for hundreds of enzymatic reactions in the body. Without enough magnesium, many physiological processes begin to fail. For example, magnesium is important for energy metabolism, creation of new DNA, production of the antioxidant glutathione, providing structure to bone and cellular membranes, transporting ions across cell membranes, and signalling between cells. Because of its crucial role for these physiological processes, it is important to get enough magnesium in your diet to avoid health problems.
3. Selenium.
Selenium is another trace element that your body needs to function properly. Failure to get enough selenium has been linked with risk of cancer.
4. Copper.
Sunflower seeds are one of the best available sources of copper. Copper is a key component of enzymes involved in various physiological reactions that govern energy production and iron metabolism. Copper is also important for proper neural functioning.

Sunflower Kernel, Sugar, Sunflower Oil, Honey, Salt.

Healthy options to consume~
1. Up your yogurt game.
Try picking up a container of plain, low-fat Greek yogurt and adding in a few toppings of your own to give it some flavor — fresh fruit, powdered chocolate, and honey roasted sunflower seeds.
2. Jazz up your oatmeal.
Contrary to common belief, oatmeal doesn't have to be the most boring breakfast,ever. Try adding honey roasted sunflower seeds, dried fruits, chia seeds into your bowl of oatmeal. Let everything sit in the refrigerator overnight so that come morning, voila! Breakfast is ready, and it's so, so good.
3. Substitute unhealthy snacks with honey roasted sunflower seeds.
Try to eliminate unhealthy potato chips and start grabbing honey roasted sunflower seeds.

Storage Tips:
1. Avoid exposure to direct sunlight.
2. Store in cool and dry place.
3. Protect from insects and pests.

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