Melon seeds are power-packed mixture of nutrients and make a great health snack.
The seeds are hulled and can be consumed without the hassle of peeling the skin off.
Not only are they delicious but are also a rich source of nutrients such as protein, fiber, magnesium, calcium, copper, iron, potassium, anti-oxidants, selenium and iodine.
The seeds are 100% natural & chemical free. They can be incorporated into many low-carb diets like keto and paleo.
Quick Facts About Melon Seeds
Rich source of protein – Research shows that melon seed extract has the same amount of protein when compared to soy milk. Protein is essential for maintaining cellular growth, function and building body mass.
Rich source of fat soluble minerals and vitamins – The seeds contain vitamin A, vitamin E, potassium, magnesium, Iron and phosphorus all of which help the body to function.
Aids in digestion- Due to its high fiber content, the seeds maintain intestinal and gut health. It is also known to kill parasites in the gut.
Healthy snack in diets- Melon seeds are rich in healthy fats, hence you should be careful of having one too many, as it can lead to weight gain. However Dieticians recommend small amounts as a healthy snack due to its rich nutrition profile.
Builds immunity- Rich in vitamins and anti-oxidants, the seeds can help the body battle oxidative stress and build immunity.
Protects the kidney- Its diuretic and antiulcer properties helps treat kidney issues, .Vitamin E in the seeds serve as antioxidant properties which helps kidney protection.
Relieves pain- The seeds possess analgesic properties that can help provide relief against pain and aches.
Protects the heart- Seeds are rich in omega-3 fatty acids which may help protect heart health.
How to Use the Seeds
Melon seeds are hulled (shell-less) for the convenience of our customers so you can simply add it on to your snacks, meals or diet plans.
You can put 1 – 2 tablespoon into any beverage of choice; such as smoothies or protein shakes.
You may also add 2 – 4 tablespoons of it in yogurt, salads, cereals, granola, food or for baking purposes.
The nutty flavor goes well with fruits and vegetables and gives an extra punch of nutrition to your meal.
Keep melon seed refrigerated to preserve freshness and prolong shelf life to a year.