Just two ounces of these tiny seeds provide over 60% of the vitamin E we need each day, and this vitamin neutralizes free radicals, acts as an anti-inflammatory, reduces the risk of colon cancer and diabetes, and reduces the severity and frequency of menopausal hot flashes. Sunflower seeds are also high in vitamin B1, magnesium and selenium, plus its phytosterols helps reduce blood levels of cholesterol. By sprouting sunflower seeds, the value of the nutrients are multiplied by 300 to 1,200 percent! In addition to the health benefits of raw sunflower seeds, the sprouted version has more iron and high levels of chlorophyll, which helps detoxify the liver and the blood.
Sprouted then dehydrated below 46 C, these sunflower seeds taste excellent. They’re high in protein, low in carbs, and are a perfect salad topper, mix in muesli, add to smoothie or just as a snack.