Sunflower Seeds Important Nutrition Facts And Health Benefits

1. Sunflower seeds lower cholesterol levels: Sunflower seeds are rich in monounsaturated and multunsaturated fatty acids, which can affect metabolism and accumulation processes. Saturated fats are high in butter, margarine, etc. Replacing saturated fats with unsaturated fats can lower cholesterol levels. Sunflower Seeds Nutrition Facts And Health Benefits. Sunflower seeds can lower bad cholesterol (LDL) in the body. The drop in cholesterol has a positive effect on heart health.

2. Sunflower seeds are good for cardiovascular health: Sunflower seeds can help control blood cholesterol levels. Low cholesterol levels mean a low risk of atherosclerosis and other heart diseases. Also, sunflower seeds have antihypertensive effects. These seeds contain plant chemicals like helicantin, which remove certain proteins, vitamin E, and free radicals from the blood. Sunflower seed proteins (such as pepsin and pancreatin) also block angiotensin-1 converting enzymes (ACE). This is a vasoconstrictor material that narrows blood vessels and increases blood pressure.

Eating foods that are good for angiotensin-converting enzyme-1 (ACE) inhibitors can help with heart problems like high blood pressure, ischemic seizures, and arrhythmias.

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-- Sonali AVerma - 2021-12-02


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