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A Seedy Affair: Five Seeds You Should Add To Your Diet

We all live for a seedy affair and I’m not just talking about of the scandalous variety. I am talking about the plant-based all-natural affair. The one that sheds off the facial years and sheds off the waistline. Seeds are widely known to be great sources of nutrients, and I have narrowed them all to these five must haves.

Hemp Seeds

Hemp Seeds
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This nutty food source is considered one of the most nutritious superfoods and a great source of antioxidants, protein and essential fatty oils by containing both Omega-3 and Omega-6.


Flax Seeds
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A great source of Omega-3 essential fatty acids, fiber and liganes, a compound known to have both estrogen and antioxidant properties, this is one superfood to stock up on.

Pumpkin Seeds

Pumpkin Seeds
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Loaded in fiber, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, as well as oleic acid which help support balanced levels of cholesterol.


Chia Seeds
Credit: Growing Your Baby

Without stripping the skin of its natural moisture, chia have skin benefits that include removing of oil buildup. They also strengthen cell membranes because of the antioxidants and Omega-3 fatty oils they have.

Sesame Seeds

Sesame Seeds
Credit: Milan Seeds

Sesame help strengthen the immune system and detoxify the body. This is beacause they are rich in essential vitamins and minerals including magnesium, calcium and zinc, as well as a great source of essential fats and Omega-3.

  • Jeniffer Anyango

    I am really learning alot from your articles…healthy lifestyle…

  • Georgina Giathi

    Nice read! I just love how chia seeds can be sneaked in morning smoothies as well as in tea, totally my current favourite.

    • Chia seeds also in your breakfast smoothie bowls is a must try!

  • Luticia S

    I add chia and flax to almost everything but I haven’t really tried the others thanks for the suggestions

    • Oh that’s fantastic! You’re more or less halfway into our list.

  • Paula Josphat

    I love me some pumpkin seeds,they are so easy to snack on.

  • Jojo Mpendwa

    I have started incorporating chic and flax seeds in my diet….

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