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Super SEEDS you should include in your diet.

We all have tried to include nuts in our diet ,but did you know that their less coveted family member-seeds is more rich in nutrients and fiber? Seeds are a good source of dietary fiber with dense quantities of carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins, minerals and energy present in them. It contains a lot of plant sterols which help reduce the risk of cancer.There are a lot of different types of seeds which if consumed proves to be beneficial for us . However, there are a select few types of super seeds which when included in our everyday diet helps in improving our overall health.


This nutty topping on all your burger buns and bread sticks ironically might just kick start your healthy living.Sesame seeds contain lignans and phytosterols, plant compounds that may have cholesterol-lowering effects. It reduces inflammation,and soothes chronic heart diseases.sesame seeds are rich in healthy unsaturated fats . you can use both toasted and untoasted varieties in your meals.


Flax seeds are rich in carbohydrates and has ample amounts of fiber in them. This helps in regulating blood sugar and cholesterol levels in our body.It also contains omega-3 fatty acids, which reduces inflammation. It stimulates digestive health , prevents constipation and diabetes.Its copious amounts of necessary fats works well for our body.


Hemp seeds are the seeds of the hemp plant, Cannabis sativa. They have super rich nutritional values, and are rich in protein and omega-3 . It helps in relieving post-menstrual stress, and the menstrual flow in our bodies.Gamma-linolenic acid present in hemp seeds is essential for maintaining brain function, skeletal health, reproductive health, and metabolism. It's also essential for stimulating skin and hair growth. It's important to balance omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids in our body. It also stimulates health of your gut.


We already know the benefits of consuming basil ,mostly Holy basil , but did you know the benefits of consuming basil seeds? It is a good source of minerals like calcium and magnesium.It has soluble fiber in abundance along with pectin. It helps with your digestive tract and is used in many Ayurvedic and Asian medicines .It also aids your blood sugar control and is a cheaper alternative to chia seeds.

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