Useful properties of seeds that you did not know about

In the mod­ern world, the rhythm of life is accel­er­at­ing every day. In order to stay in it, we are forced to hur­ry all the time. We set our­selves an accel­er­at­ed pace from ear­ly in the morn­ing and can no longer stop. We run through life so fast, not always under­stand­ing where and why. And some­times you want to escape from every­day affairs, spend time with friends and fam­i­ly. So you real­ly want to relax and unwind.

We can off­set the phys­i­cal and emo­tion­al costs with prop­er snack­ing. The only con­di­tion is that the snack should be not only fast, but also use­ful.

One option that many peo­ple don’t even know about is seeds, which are rich in veg­etable fats and fat-sol­u­ble vit­a­mins that slow down aging and low­er blood cho­les­terol lev­els. Cosmetologists/beauty experts assure that brit­tle and weak nails can become healthy if you eat a lit­tle seeds every day.

Anoth­er obvi­ous plus in favor of seeds as a healthy snack is trace ele­ments. Iodine, iron, mag­ne­sium, which are full of seeds grown on the Ukrain­ian black soil under the warm rays of the sun, are nec­es­sary for the prop­er func­tion­ing of the heart and the nor­mal­iza­tion of vas­cu­lar activ­i­ty.

Folic acid, which is also part of this won­der­ful nat­ur­al and envi­ron­men­tal­ly friend­ly prod­uct, has a ben­e­fi­cial effect on the ner­vous sys­tem and sta­bi­lizes mood.

Many do not per­ceive seeds as some­thing healthy and use­ful. But in vain. In seeds that have under­gone min­i­mal heat treat­ment, there is almost as much vit­a­min D as in fish. And there is even more potas­si­um than bananas.

Do you want to please your­self with a light pro­tein and tasty healthy trace ele­ments? Take a pack­age with you on a hike, to the cin­e­ma, to the coun­try house and for a walk SEMKI.

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After all, these seeds, thanks to a spe­cial tech­nol­o­gy, under­go min­i­mal pro­cess­ing, which pre­serves the nat­u­ral­ness of the prod­uct, its use­ful prop­er­ties.

Eat your­self and don’t for­get to share with your friends. They will be grate­ful to you.

Read also:

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