Source of Nutritions Siera Sunflower Seeds

  • Health Gain Factor: Sunflower seeds are rich in Vitamin E, copper, Vitamin B1, selenium, phosphorus, manganese, magnesium and folate.
    They are also rich in dietary fibre which means they’ll keep you satiated for longer.
  • Feel-Good Factor: Toasted or untoasted, sunflower seeds can be eaten either way. Add it to salads, raitas or smoothies to bulk them up. Try roasting and seasoning it with spices for a tantalizing snack.
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Source of Nutritions Siera Sunflower seeds brings you a premium range of hygienically packed Spices, Dry Fruits, Herbs and Ayurved items which exceptional of top quality. We consider there’s no love greater than the love of good food and good health.

  • HEALTH GAIN FACTOR: Sunflower seeds are rich in Vitamin E, copper, Vitamin B1, selenium, phosphorus, manganese, magnesium and folate.
    They’re also rich in dietary fibre this means that they will keep you satiated for longer.
  • FEEL-GOOD FACTOR: Toasted or untoasted, sunflower seeds may also be eaten either way. Add it to salads, raitas or smoothies to bulk them up. Try roasting and seasoning it with spices for a tantalizing snack.
  • QUALITY FACTOR: Siera Sunflower seeds are from trusted Indian farmers and assures that the product contains no additives or preservatives.
    With their crunchy, nutty taste, sunflower seeds can easily change into a regular part of your day-to-day diet. Have them on their own, sprinkle them on your salads, granola, stir-fries. Stir them into yogurt, pop them into sandwiches, rice, pasta, or knead them into your dough.

Source of Nutritions Siera Sunflower Seeds

What is Sunflower Seed?

As the name suggests, the sunflower seed is the fruit of the sunflower plant. The term seed is really a misnomer. Since the ‘seed’ does contain inside the pericarp or hull, technically it is a cypsela.

However, the hull is inedible. The edible portion is within the hull and is technically its heart or kernel. Nevertheless, in layman’s terms, it means referred to as a ‘seed’.

Botanically speaking, there are three varieties of sunflower seeds. The most common and most popular is the linoleic variety. The other two remain identified as high oleic, the latter of which continues developed uniquely for extracting sunflower oil.

The classification of the sunflower seeds is based on the different levels of saturated, monounsaturated, and polyunsaturated fatty acids in them. From a commercial perspective, however, the classification is based on the husk’s pattern.

Sunflower seeds with a solid black husk are called oil sunflower seeds, and as the name suggests, these seeds are pressed to extract oil. Sunflower seeds with a striped husk are used for culinary purposes and may be called confectionery sunflower seeds.

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Source of Nutritions Siera Sunflower Seeds
Source of Nutritions Siera Sunflower Seeds