Sunflower Seeds Side Effects

Sunflower seeds' vitamins and minerals boost heart health.

30 grammes of sunflowers daily for 3 weeks can lower systolic blood pressure and "bad" LDL cholesterol in type 2 diabetic women.

Participants' bad cholesterol dropped by 9% to 12%, while systolic blood pressure dropped by 5%. 

Chlorogenic acid improves glucose metabolism, according to a 2018 study. Study participants followed a healthy diet.

Sunflower seeds are energising. WebMD says these seeds' vitamin B, protein, and selenium boost energy and oxygen flow.

Expectant parents may enjoy health benefits. Sunflower seeds are rich in prenatal vitamins, according to Eating Well. Folate, zinc, and vitamin E.

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