Flax seeds are small, brown, shiny seeds packed full of nutrition because of high in fibre, antioxidants, omega fats and loaded with protein with low carbs. To get the most health benefits out of the flax seeds, add them to salads, soups, cookies, oatmeal etc. for a lovely, healthy crunch.
Chia Seeds contain Omega fats, proteins, antioxidants and dietary fibers. THey have a mild taste like a walnut and since it absorbs the liquid, they are excellent for hydration, and they make you feel full longer.
You can soak Chia Seeds and mix it with any Juice, lassi or make lemonade with Chia seeds.
The Pumpkin Seeds are highly nutritive seeds belonging to the ‘Gourd’ family. Originally native to America, their popularity spread to rest of the globe through trade over many centuries. Pumpkin seeds were celebrated food among ancient ‘American Tribes’ who treasured them both for their dietary and medicinal properties. Increasingly popular among the health conscious people, pumpkin seeds have become a standard part of everyday cuisine, culinary and medical traditions in India and other parts of Asia
Quinoa is one of most popular healthy food due to high content of Protein. It is a complete protein containing all nine essential amino acids. Also high in fiber, magnesium, B-vitamins, iron, potassium, calcium, phosphorus, vitamin E and various beneficial antioxidants.
Sunflower seeds are not only nutritious, but also natural source of energy. These include Thiamin (Vitamin B1), Niacin (Vitamin B3), Iron, Zinc, Phosphorus, Magnesium and Manganese that help our body to maintain optimal functioning. Additionally these are high in unsaturated fat, which can help lower blood pressure and total cholesterol. Eat these delicious healthy snacks alone, or add them to trail mix or sprinkle on top of cereals and salads.