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Sunflower seeds

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Sunflower seeds
With 25 percent more vitamin E than almonds, sunflower seeds are the new go-to snack for reducing the risk for heart disease and stroke. Vitamin E may also fight inflammation, which can lead to joint pain and cartilage deterioration. Only 4 tablespoons of dried seeds provide 12 milligrams of vitamin E--that's 80 percent of your daily needs. They're also full of fiber, healthy fats, protein and iron. Make sure to choose the unsalted type--the salted version may taste great, but they're higher in sodium.

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Lucky StarComment by Lucky Star - August 3, 2009, 5:14 pm
I am really enjoying this information Angelm. Thank you!!!
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LANTERNComment by LANTERN - August 3, 2009, 7:29 pm
Very nice info!
Sunflower seeds are great.

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