True Elements Roasted Sunflower Pumpkin And Flax Seeds Cranberries 125gm

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› Contains tryptophan.
› Pumpkin seeds are rich in magnesium.
› Also rich in fibre, promoting weight loss.
› Cranberries lower the risk of urinary tract infections.
› It also helps in benefittin

Brand: True Elements

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Weight: 0.13 kg

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True Elements snacks roasted sunflower, pumpkin and flax seeds has come up with a new and unique combination consisting of cranberries to satiate the berry cravings and improve the overall health of a body. Loaded with abundant nutrients and minerals, this new combination can now become a delicious tasty snack because of its presence of cranberries.

 

Benefits of roasted sunflower, pumpkin and flax seeds with Cranberries:

  • Sunflower seeds are rich in fibre.
  • They are low in calorie, hence can be beneficial for weight watchers.
  • Considered as a superfood because of its protein content.
  • Pumpkin seeds are fully jammed with nutrients.
  • It might be beneficial for the proper functioning of the prostate gland and also may help in the production of sperm.
  • Flax seeds are richest source of fibre.
  • It also contains omega-3 fatty acids which may help in combating cancer cells.
  • It is considered as one of the healthiest foods because of its fibre content.
  • Cranberries are rich in antioxidants.
  • Hence, it can help in keeping your skin healthy.
  • It also possesses several anti-inflammatory properties helpful in fighting cancer.
  • Along with antioxidants, cranberries also contain vitamins, minerals and nutrients necessary for the body.

 

Ingredients: 

Roasted sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, flax seeds, dried cranberries, soy lecithin.

 

How to use:

You can consume them straight out of the box as a snack. This tasty snack can also be sprinkled on soup and salads. You can even ground into powder and add to yogurts or dal.

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