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Chia Seeds 150g

199.00 160.00
Chia seeds have become one of the most popular superfoods in the health community. They are easy to digest when prepared properly, and are a very versatile ingredient that adds easily to recipes. Chia seeds are highly valued for their medicinal properties and nutritional value. The chia seed is nutrient dense and packs a punch of energy boosting power. Aztec warriors ate chia seeds to give them high energy and endurance. They said just 1 spoonful of chia could sustain them for 24 hours. Chia means "strength" in the Mayan language, and they were known as "runners food" because runners and warriors would use them as fuel while running long distances or during battle. Not only that, but recent research has found that the chia seed benefits are even greater than we realized. Chia seed benefits include promoting healthy skin, reducing signs of aging and improves digestive system, building stronger bones and muscles and more.
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Dried Blue Berries 150g

599.00 499.00
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Dried Cran Berries 150g

299.00 225.00
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Green Coffee Beans 150g

349.00 249.00
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QUINOA

499.00 299.00

Quinoa seeds have a naturally bitter coating to deter birds that must be soaked off before preparing. Packaged quinoa has likely been pre-soaked, but check before cooking. To cook it, soak 1 cup quinoa in 2 cups water for 5-10 minutes (to dissolve any remaining bitter coating). Drain and rinse. Pour into a pot and add 1 1/2 cups of water and a half teaspoon of salt. Boil, then cover with a tight-fitting lid. Simmer for 15 minutes. Remove from heat and let sit for 5 minutes, covered. Fluff with a fork and serve. Quinoa can be eaten on its own as a side dish, with a bit of butter or oil, salt and pepper, or other seasonings. It also makes a great breakfast dish mixed with dried fruit, cinnamon, milk, and maple syrup or honey. Paired with chili, stir-fries, beans or curries, quinoa is a healthy substitute for rice, and it also makes a tasty pilaf. As a main course, use it to make meat-free burgers, mix it into stews or toss it into salads. Quinoa works as a baking grain as well, and makes for delicious and nutritious breads and muffins. Click for more ideas.

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Raw Pumpkin Seeds 150g

249.00 200.00
Pumpkin seeds-also known as pepitas-are flat, dark green seeds. Some are encased in a yellow-white husk (often called the "shell"), although some varieties of pumpkins produce seeds without shells. Pumpkin seeds have a malleable, chewy texture and a subtly sweet, nutty flavor. While roasted pumpkins seeds are probably best known for their role as a perennial Halloween treat, these seeds are so delicious, and nutritious, that they can be enjoyed throughout the year. Pumpkin seeds have long been valued as a source of the mineral zinc, and the World Health Organization recommends their consumption as a good way of obtaining this nutrient. If you want to maximize the amount of zinc that you will be getting from your pumpkin seeds. How To Enjoy :-
  • Add pumpkin seeds to healthy sautéed vegetables.
  • Sprinkle pumpkin seeds on top of mixed green salads.
  • Grind pumpkin seeds with fresh garlic, parsley and cilantro leaves. Mix with olive oil and lemon juice for a tasty salad dressing.
  • Add chopped pumpkin seeds to your favorite hot or cold cereal.
  • Add pumpkin seeds to your oatmeal raisin cookie or granola recipe.
  • Next time you make burgers, whether it be from vegetables, turkey or beef, add some ground pumpkin seeds.
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Raw Sunflower Seeds 150g

149.00 120.00
The sunflower produces grayish-green or black seeds encased in tear-dropped shaped gray or black shells that oftentimes feature black and white stripes. Since these seeds have a very high oil content, they are one of the main sources used to produce polyunsaturated oil. Shelled sunflower seeds have a mild nutty taste and firm, but tender texture. Their taste is oftentimes compared with the Jerusalem artichoke (not to be confused with the bulb artichoke), another member of the Helianthus family. Sunflower seeds are an excellent source of vitamin E and a very good source of copper and vitamin B1. In addition, sunflower seeds are a good source of manganese, selenium, phosphorus, magnesium, vitamin B6, folate and niacin. How To Enjoy :-
  • Add sunflower seeds to your favorite tuna, chicken or turkey salad recipe.
  • Garnish mixed green salads with sunflower seeds.
  • Adding sunflower seeds to scrambled eggs will give them a unique taste and texture.
  • Use fine ground sunflower seeds to dust your meats with in place of flour.
  • Sprinkle sunflower seeds onto hot and cold cereals.
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Roasted Coffee Beans 150g

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Roasted Flax Seeds 150g

99.00 80.00
Among commonly eaten foods, flaxseeds are an unparalleled source of fiber-related polyphenols called lignans. They are also an unusual source of mucilaginous gums like arabinoxylans and galactoxylans. Flaxseeds are an excellent source of omega-3 essential fatty acids. They are a very good source of dietary fiber, vitamin B1 and and copper. They are also a good source of the minerals magnesium, phosphorus and selenium. flaxseeds are also nutritionally unique and offer us health benefits not found across the board within the seeds food group. The nutritional uniqueness of flaxseeds features three nutrient aspects, and all three play a key role in the outstanding health benefits of this food. How To Enjoy :-
  • Sprinkle ground flaxseeds onto your hot or cold cereal.
  • Add flaxseeds to your homemade muffin, cookie or bread recipe.
  • To pump up the nutritional volume of your breakfast shake, add ground flaxseeds.
  • To give cooked vegetables a nuttier flavor, sprinkle some ground flaxseeds on top of them.
  • Add a tablespoon of flaxseed oil to smoothies.
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Roasted Flax, Pumpkin, Watermelon, Sunflower Seeds Mixture (Blend) 150g

199.00 160.00
Plants that have a close relationship to the soil are often special sources of mineral nutrients. The roasted Watermelon, Sunflower, Flax and Pumpkin (Blend) Seeds By NATURE'S WONDER have long been valued as a source of the minerals, Anti-oxidants and vitamins. The World Health Organization recommends their consumption as a good way of obtaining nutrition. Seeds contain a wide variety of antioxidant phytonutrients, including the phenolic acids hydroxybenzoic, caffeic, coumaric, ferulic, sinapic, protocatechuic, vanillic and syringic acid; and the lignans pinoresinol, medioresinol and lariciresinol. Seeds also contain health-supportive phytosterols, including beta-sitosterol, sitostanol and avenasterol. Seeds are a very good source of phosphorus, magnesium, manganese and copper. They are also a good source of other minerals including zinc and iron. In addition, Seeds are a good source of protein. How To Enjoy :-
  • Add Seeds to healthy sautéed vegetables.
  • Sprinkle Seeds on top of mixed green salads.
  • Add chopped Seeds to your favorite hot or cold cereal.
  • Add Seeds to your oatmeal raisin cookie or granola recipe.
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Roasted Pumpkin Seeds 150g

299.00 240.00
Plants that have a close relationship to the soil are often special sources of mineral nutrients, and pumpkin seeds are no exception. Pumpkin seeds have long been valued as a source of the mineral zinc, and the World Health Organization recommends their consumption as a good way of obtaining this nutrient. While antioxidant nutrients are found in most WHFoods, it's the diversity of antioxidants in pumpkin seeds that makes them unique in their antioxidant support. we recommend a roasting time for pumpkin seeds of no more than 15-20 minutes when roasting at home. This recommendation supported by a new study that pinpointed 20 minutes as a threshold time for changes in pumpkin seed fats. In this recent study, pumpkin seeds were roasted in a microwave oven for varying lengths of time, and limited changes in the pumpkin seeds fat were determined to occur under 20 minutes.

How to Enjoy:-

  • Add pumpkin seeds to healthy sautéed vegetables.
  • Sprinkle pumpkin seeds on top of mixed green salads.
  • Grind pumpkin seeds with fresh garlic, parsley and cilantro leaves. Mix with olive oil and lemon juice for a tasty salad dressing.
  • Add chopped pumpkin seeds to your favorite hot or cold cereal.
  • Add pumpkin seeds to your oatmeal raisin cookie or granola recipe.
  • Next time you make burgers, whether it be from vegetables, turkey or beef, add some ground pumpkin seeds.
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Roasted Sunflower Seeds 150g

149.00 120.00
Sunflower seeds - great at the ballpark, helpful during a long drive, and a native plant to India that has become a staple to cultures worldwide. Despite their small size, sunflower seeds are a dense source of vitamins and minerals and essential oils. Not only are they a great snack, sunflower seeds offer several extraordinary health benefits. Incorporating sunflower seeds into your diet can be as simple as sprinkling an ounce of the seeds over hot or cold cereal or over your salad. Get more creative by adding sunflower seeds to tuna, chicken, egg or chickpea salad sandwiches, or sprinkle the seeds into a wrap. Sunflower seeds are an excellent source of vitamin E and a very good source of copper and vitamin B1. In addition, sunflower seeds are a good source of manganese, selenium, phosphorus, magnesium, vitamin B6, folate and niacin. How To Enjoy :-
  • Add sunflower seeds to your favorite tuna, chicken or turkey salad recipe.
  • Garnish mixed green salads with sunflower seeds.
  • Adding sunflower seeds to scrambled eggs will give them a unique taste and texture.
  • Use fine ground sunflower seeds to dust your meats with in place of flour.
  • Sprinkle sunflower seeds onto hot and cold cereals.
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Roasted Watermelon Seeds 150g

149.00 120.00
Watermelon seeds are low in calories and are nutrient dense. When roasted, they're crispy and can easily take the place of other unhealthy snack options. On nutritional value, these seeds are loaded with many important nutrients. The seeds are having protein, essential fatty acid, vitamins, and minerals. On mineral front, they are having iron, magnesium, potassium, sodium, zinc, copper and manganese. Many important amino acids like arginne, lysine, tryptophan and glumatic acid are present in it. It is also loaded with essential fatty acid such as oleic acid, linoleum acid, etc. On vitamin side, It has vitamin B complex. How To Enjoy :-
  • Add watermelon seeds to healthy sautéed vegetables.
  • Sprinkle watermelon seeds on top of mixed green salads.
  • Add chopped watermelon seeds to your favorite hot or cold cereal.
  • Add watermelon seeds to your oatmeal raisin cookie or granola recipe.
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