A very rich supply of manganese, magnesium, phosphorus, and copper, as well as a good source of iron, zinc, and copper, pumpkin seeds are certainly a good wholefood to include in your diet. Read on to find out more about this wholesome who’s who of the wholefood world.
Similarly to sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds can be consumed as a raw snack or they can also be roasted to enhance flavor. You should be aware though that roasting them for longer than 20 minutes will modify their fats.
Pumpkin seeds are often included in vegeburger mixes, added to salads, and used as a dressing over side dishes. You can also sprinkle them over cereal or granola, bake them into flapjacks or cookies. You can make a delicious salad dressing by combining them with garlic, parsley, coriander, olive oil, and lemon juice.