What is a sunflower and where does it come from
The sunflower is a tall, green annual plant, originating in the American continent, from where it has spread all over the world. He reached Europe in the first half of the 16th century. Initially considered only an ornamental plant.
Sunflower seeds are mainly used for oil extraction, but are also popular as a delicious and nutritious snack.
Why sunflower seeds are so important to our body
Sunflower seeds are rich in unsaturated fatty acids, mainly oleic acid. Due to the high protein content, it positively influences the development and growth of children. The seeds are also an excellent source of polyphenols.
Sunflower seeds are also an excellent source of selenium. 1/4 cup of sunflower seeds provides over 30% of the daily requirement by our body.
Delicious, crunchy sunflower seeds are an incredible source of health. Full of nutrients, minerals, antioxidants and vitamins, it provides a daily dose of substances necessary for the proper functioning of our body.
Sunflower seeds - a snack, of course, but how else can I use them
The sunflower seed has virtually unlimited use in our kitchen. It works great as an addition, both raw and roasted, to salads, muesli, yoghurt, numerous desserts, as well as homemade baked goods, both sweet and salty.
Thanks to a small amount of sunflower seeds, our dishes gain excellent taste.
It is worth noting that sunflower is considered an aphrodisiac, so it is worth adding it to meals prepared especially for a romantic evening.
|Producer:||Michał Pelc ANAGRAM, Wiarusa 3/3, 32-087 Zielonki|
100% BIO Shelled sunflower seeds
|Country of origin:||
Hungary / Bulgaria
400g / 1kg
The product comes from organic farming, covered by the certificate: PL-EKO-03.
|Expiration date:||All products come from regular deliveries.|
Sunflower nutritional values
|Nutritional value in 100g of the product:|
|Energy value||2445 kJ / 584 kcal|
|including saturated fatty acids||4.5 g|
|Carbohydrates||n / a|
|including sugars||n / a|
|Salt|| 0.02 g