Sunflower seeds are high in antioxidants such as for example Vitamin E or phenols (more than 2000 mg per 100g). These all act in the body against free radicals. These antioxidants have a positive impact in combating certain forms of cancer and heart disease. Sunflower seeds can be used in mueslis, roasted in salads, as nibbles or as an ingredient in breads and pastries.
|Energy||2441 kJ / 590 kcal|
|Saturated fatty acids||5,7 g|