Nope there isn't any harm. Instead, sunflower seeds are beneficial for your health since it is under the nuts category. I even toast raw sunflower seeds and pumpkin seeds in the oven. Taste raw but crunchy
But when seeds are taken in large amount causes harm. Limited intake is good for Health.
Too much of everything is bad. Same goes with the seeds. It's very beneficial for health as it has many nutrients that our body requires. We can eat 30-40 gms of seeds per day. It's better to eat unsalted seeds so that the sodium intake is in check.
by anuws 7 years ago
Do you eat sunflower seeds? and why?do you find or notice they are really making any difference in your health?
by PhoenixV 7 years ago
What Are The Health Benefits Of Sunflower Seeds?What Are The Health Benefits Of Sunflower Seeds?
by lkpoteet 7 years ago
What do you do with the sunflowers after the flowers have died and they are so heavy they about...to break off?
by theframjak 2 years ago
Can I use canola oil to make hummus?I love hummus and most recipes call for olive oil. I was wondering if anyone has used any other oils such as canola and how it turned out.
by Elena 2 years ago
If I put sugar in Green Tea, does it spoil the benefit?(I am drinking one cup a day, but find it so bitter)
by Bbohall222 2 years ago
How are we supposed to now how much calories to intake, or the amount of servings, how manytimes per day we are supposed to eat, and things of that nature??
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