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Sesame Seeds

Sesame seeds are rich in vitamin B6, niacin, iron, copper, and thiamine. They ensure proper cellular formation, increased metabolism, and they also strengthen the immune system. It is beneficial for heart health and controls blood sugar. Strengthens the immune system Fights inflammation Good source of vitamins and minerals Beneficial for…
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Sesame seeds are rich in vitamin B6, niacin, iron, copper, and thiamine. They ensure proper cellular formation, increased metabolism, and they also strengthen the immune system. It is beneficial for heart health and controls blood sugar.
  • Strengthens the immune system
  • Fights inflammation
  • Good source of vitamins and minerals
  • Beneficial for heart health
  • Helps control blood sugar levels
Sesame seeds come in pods that grow on the Sesamum indicum plant. These are oil-rich seeds that are also a source of protein, calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, dietary fiber, vitamin B and E and phosphorus. Sesame seeds are added to foods for their flavor enhancing abilities that give it a nutty flavor and some crunchy texture.
Sesame seeds contain fiber required for good digestive health. In 3 tablespoons or 30g of serving, you get about 12% of the daily recommended fiber that you need in a day.
BENEFITS OF SESAME SEEDS
  • These seeds may aid in the reduction of risk factors related to heart diseases, which include raised triglycerides and high cholesterol levels.
  • Sesame seeds provide you with a great source of protein that is a vital building block for your system.
  • The high levels of magnesium may aid in keeping the blood pressure low and the antioxidant nature helps prevent the buildup of plaque and combats the oxidative stress on the body.
  • Being a good source of vitamin B6, niacin, iron, copper and thiamine, sesame seeds can ensure proper cellular formation, function and metabolism. These nutrients are also important for the immune system to properly function.
  • They may help in the control of blood sugar levels as they have low carbohydrate and high protein and fat content. They also contain plant elements that help with this function.
  • Sesamin in sesame may have anti-inflammatory effects reducing joint pains and promoting mobility in arthritic patients.
  • Women undergoing menopause may also benefit from these seeds as they contain phytoestrogens, a compound known to mimic estrogen in the body.
SESAME SEEDS IN SEED CYCLING
Sesame seeds are used in the second phase of seed cycling which you use along with sunflower seeds. One tablespoon of these seeds is taken everyday for 14 days of your cycle starting from ovulation lasting till your next period. These seeds will help to stop excess production of estrogen and encourage the production of progesterone.
HOW TO USE
Sesame seeds can be used raw or roasted at 350-degree Fahrenheit to enhance the flavors and nutrients. Add them to:
  • Breads
  • Granola
  • Cereals
  • Oatmeal
  • Yogurt
  • Salads
  • Garnishing
  • Stir-fry

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Variants

50G, 100G, 160G

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