Pumpkin seeds are recommended from the World Health Organization for the mineral zinc, antioxidant and phytonutrients. Recent studies show that these seeds are a good source of vitamin E in different forms. like gamma-tocomonoeol, alpha-tocomonoeol, delta-tocopherol, gamma-tocopherol and alpha-tocopherol.
To absorb fully, sprouted are optimal.
You can do this yourself by soaking
overnight, then air drying or there’s a brand I use called Nate’s Raw Harvest.
I keep a small bag in my purse for a protein energy snack if I’m feeling an energy
drop (i..e. delayed meal).
With all the snacks loaded with not only chemicals, preservatives, sugars,
empty carbohydrates, pumpkin seeds arm your body with nutritional muscle.