Pumpkin seed butter makes a much healthier replacement for peanut butter, with a richer flavor and usually a softer consistency that makes it easier to spread.
Use it wherever you’d use peanut butter. It tastes great on fresh rye bread and can also be added to soups and sauces for a dash of rich flavor and added nutrition.
Another great way to eat pumpkin seed butter is by dipping carrot sticks or a celery stalk straight into the jar for a really healthy snack.
Parasites like human intestinal worms are a far more common problem than most people realize. But what are some of the symptoms of tapeworm and other worms and how can you use pumpkin seeds for parasites as an intestinal worm treatment?
Ahead is a natural remedy for tapeworms and other worms, based on a traditional German parasite treatment using raw pumpkin seeds.
First though, a look at the parasite problem and some of the most common symptoms of parasitic intestinal worms.
Parasites can enter our bodies through contaminated water or food (particularly meat like pork or uncooked fish); mosquitoes; intimate contact; or through the nose or mouth after touching an infected animal or contaminated surface. Continue Reading
Following on from the previous page on using them for prostate problems and preventing hair loss, here are more potential benefits for your health and skin from eating raw pumpkin seeds regularly.
Pumpkin seeds are an excellent food for improving your skin tone and for treating acne problems. The primary nutritional elements in the seeds that benefit our skin include zinc, selenium, essential fatty acids and vitamin E.
Raw pumpkin seeds are a high protein and mineral rich food that have some specific benefits for hair loss prevention and protecting men against prostate problems.
Here’s just what makes pumpkin seeds so good for both maintaining your hair and improving your prostate health if you are a man.
There are several important factors to consider when looking at where to get raw pumpkin seeds online. This page examines these and provides links to the best value options I’ve found.
While the pumpkin seeds you can pull out of your pumpkins at home and eat have hulls, the ones you buy online will most likely be from hull-less varieties like Lady Godiva or the much prized Styrian pumpkins.
Here is a detailed look at the high levels of nutrition in raw pumpkin seeds and just how much protein, carbohydrates, fiber, vitamins, minerals and other health nutrients they contain.
Pumpkin seeds would have to have one of the highest protein content of any commonly eaten seed or nut. At around 9 grams of protein per 28 grams (1 ounce) of seeds they are close to a full third protein.