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How about switching over to a healthy snack rather than nibbling on fried snacks. Pumpkin Seeds is one such snack that you can always look up to. Yes, you heard that right. Containing a variety of nutrients ranging from magnesium to copper, protein and zinc, these power seeds are bound to make snacking a healthy affair.
"Pumpkin seeds are nutritional powerhouses as they are an excellent resource of protein, healthy fat and beneficial fibers. These seeds can be used as nutritional snacks for both men and women. They are ideal snacks because they fill your stomach for a longer duration. They suppress hunger pangs as each 100 grams provides about 560 calories and almost 50% of daily protein requirement.
Helps in losing weight
Helps in hair growth
Improves Prostrate Health
How to eat Pumpkin Seeds
Pumpkin seeds can be eaten raw you may also try roasted seeds as a snack.
We can also use them in baking, garnish for soups and salads.
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Nothing can be more refreshing than biting into a juicy fruit like muskmelon. Not only the fruit, its seeds are also meant to be eaten and not discarded. Muskmelon seeds are laden with micro nutrients. These micro nutrients are hard to get by from your daily diet in adequate quantities. Apart from keeping your heart healthy, boosting immunity and keeping blood sugar levels in check, muskmelon seeds offer amazing benefits.
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Chia seeds are considered to be one of the few superfoods nature has bestowed us with. These seeds are known for their richness in omega-3 fatty acids, fiber, protein, antioxidants, and calcium. They also act as a natural laxative. Chia, being a member of the mint family, is safe from insects. This is because insects don’t like mint, and hence, the plant can be grown without the use of pesticides.
Stimulates weight loss
Regulates Blood SUgar Level and controls Diabetes
Help lower Cholestrol
Boost Energy and Metabolism
How to eat Chia Seeds
If you are looking for a healthy breakfast recipe, add some chia seeds to a bowl of oats with milk or coconut milk.
If you are not in the mood to add them in your meal, try them in your cup of tea. While preparing the tea, add one teaspoon of chia seeds and let it rest for a minute or two till they are well-soaked.
Chia seeds in lemonades? Well yes, chia seeds in your homemade lemonade can add a nice texture to the beverage.
Organic Cart Natural Natural Flax Seeds/अलसी का बीज
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Tiny but mighty, flaxseed is one of the most nutrient-dense foods. The seeds come from flax, one of the oldest crops in the world. Experts seem to agree that if you need some help with hair fall and want to grow your hair, there is nothing like a regular dose of flaxseeds. You don't really need to load up on flaxseeds, a little helping is enough. Experts and nutritionists recommend a tablespoon of flaxseeds a day to meet your essential, daily nutritional requirement. However, you need to be watchful of the way you consume flaxseeds. Flaxseeds are brown in colour and come with a hard, crunchy covering. Flaxseeds, if not chewed properly would render no benefit to your body, this is one of the biggest reasons why many like to soak it before consuming or simply have it in the ground or powdered form.
Improves Digestive Health
Prevents Cardiovascular Diseases
Reduces High Cholesterol
Prevents Hair Breakage
How to eat Flax Seeds
Sprinkle ground flaxseeds over oats, cereals, yoghurt and smoothies.
Flaxseeds are often used as an egg substitute in baked goods.
It also goes well with dosa, chapatti dough, buttermilk, chutney and upma.
Organic Cart Natural Carom Seeds/अजवाइन के बीज
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A spice that every Indian household is all too familiar with and without which every dal tadka is incomplete, ajwain is derived from a herb plant that originated in our very own country. Ajwain seeds vary from being slightly olive green to brown in colour. All parts of this herb have a very strong scent hence it is also known as Ugragandha in Sanskrit. The seeds have a bitter and pungent flavour, somewhat like oregano, and because of its strong aromatic essence, it is often added to curries and pickles. It is one of those rare spices that fulfill the twin purpose of adding flavour and being good for health. "Carom seeds help in maintaining your digestive health. They treat any kind of abdominal discomfort due to indigestion like stomach pain or burning sensation. It increases the appetite for those suffering from loss of appetite."
You may have wondered why some people roast ajwain seeds. Doing so refines the aroma as well as the flavour. Therefore, a lot of people dry roast it or even toast it in ghee or butter before adding them to the dishes.
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Did you know that munching on some sunflower seeds, will offer incredible health benefits? Sunflower seeds are actually considered good for health due to its nutritional value.
These sweet and nutty sunflower seeds are increasingly gaining popularity as snacks as they are so filling. Their mild nutty taste makes them a filling as well as nutritious food. These seeds are highly nutritious comprising of calories, essential fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals.
Sunflower seeds are obtained from the big round centre of the sunflower which turns throughout the day to follow the course of the sun. This bright yellow centre of the sunflower produces greyish-green or black seeds encased in tear-dropped shaped grey or black shells often having black and white stripes.
Helps with Cardiovascular health
Source of Antioxidants
How to eat Sunflower Seeds
Add the seeds to homemade vegetable dishes or Burgers
Add these seeds to any baked goods you make, including grain free muffins and breads.
Use ground sunflower seeds in place of Flax or Chia seeds in any recipe
Organic Cart Natural Nigella Seeds/कलोंजी
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The kalonji, or Nigella seeds, is an interesting spice – when used for tempering, it adds a beautiful aroma to the dishes, and a hint of flavour that you can’t quite nail. In India, dry roasted kalonji is used for flavouring curries, dal, stir-fried vegetables, and even savouries such as samosa, papdis and kachori among others. Flavour and aroma aside, the tiny black seed comes with a whole lot of health benefits. It’s loaded with trace elements, vitamins, crystalline nigellone, amino acids, saponin, crude fiber, proteins and fatty acids like linolenic and oleic acids, volatile oils, alkaloids, iron, sodium, potassium and calcium. It keeps your heart healthy, addresses breathing problem, lubricates your joints, and is known to have anti-carcinogenic properties.
seeds quality are good. Never found any stones or insects till now.
Nigella Seeds (Kalonji) - कलोंजी
Organic Cart Natural White Sesame/सफ़ेद तिल
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Sesame seeds, popularly known as "Til" are nutty and fragrant seed variants. They add a lovely crunch to many Asian and Middle Eastern dishes. Both these races are known for their longevity.
The benefits of sesame seeds are not just culinary, but this nutrient-dense condiment is good for our body as well. Sesame seeds include a combination of vitamins and minerals and are one of the healthiest foods in the world.