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The seeds are a healthy and delicious snack for kids and adults and can be easily integrated into our daily diet in several ways.

So we can add them to our salad, in our food and to make various cookies and bread with sunflower seeds. Initially have antiinflammatory properties. The seeds are very high in vitamin E which has the ability to neutralize free radicals that accumulate in our bodies. Free radicals are molecules that damage the structure of our cells thus creating a state of inflammation in the body.

Even lower cholesterol because they contain phytosterols, which, as is clear from numerous studies tend to reduce levels of "bad" cholesterol in the body. Also, the content of sunflower in polyunsaturated fatty acids and monounsaturated fatty additionally assists in reducing atherosclerosis, as these fatty reduce the "bad" cholesterol, while increasing the "good".

Important is that relax the nerves, in particular, the sunflower is a very good source of magnesium. Magnesium helps control nerve and muscle tone and its deficiency is associated with hyperactivity of our nerve causing muscle contractions, migraines, muscle cramps, nervousness and fatigue.

Protect our heart because vitamin E existing in sunflower seed prevents cardiovascular diseases. Namely antioxidant prevents the oxidation of cholesterol which can destroy our vessels and cause strokes or heart failure. Studies show that the sufficient intake of vitamin E seems to be associated with reduced risk of atherosclerosis.

The most important is that it protects us from various forms of cancer. The sunflower seed is a good source of selenium which is a mineral that is absolutely essential for maintaining our health. Finally have high nutritional value. Forming a nutritious snack because it is rich in trace elements such as iron, copper, magnesium, selenium, phosphorus, zinc, vitamins such as vitamin E, folic acid, vitamin B3, vitamin B1 and vitamin B6, at well as fats are unsaturated fatty acids, and contain protein, ie 100g give 21gr protein.