Sunflower Seed

Sunflower seed contains a high level of vitamin E, B1, and B5.
Due to antioxidant generation, it shows anticarcinogen properties.
Besides, its vitamin E content is effective in eliminating malicious molecules aka free radicals and thereby, provides protection against heart diseases.
Sunflower seeds mono- and poly- unsaturated fatty acids.
Likewise other nuts, sunflower seed also reduces bad cholesterol and helps balancing lipoproteins.
%90 of sunflower seed consists of monounsaturated fatty acids.
It is also a good source of magnesium. According to numerous studies, it is a well known fact that magnesium reduces asthma-related pains, hypertension, and prevents migraine-related headaches, as well as reducing heartaches and heart attack rates.
Selenium in sunflower seed is an effective chemical element having in an active role in DNA repair, synthesis of damaged cells, preventing carcinogen cell increase, and removing dead and abnormal cells.
Copper in sunflower seed works as an oxygen-carrier in blood cells and as the result of which it ensures generation of energy in blood cells.
Sunflower is also rich in protein that releases amino acids that build, bind and repair body tissues.
Fiber elements in sunflower seed reduces bad blood cholesterol by producing blood glucose.

Calorie (Kcal): 589 
Protein (Kcal): 26.3 
Fat (Kcal): 48,4 
Ca (mg): 88 
Vitamin A (mg): 50 
Vitamin E (mg): 67