In a recent video, we taught you a recipe for a natural juice with pumpkin seeds to cleanse your body from worms. Have you watched it yet?
Did you know the benefits of pumpkin seeds? Pumpkin seed is rich in zinc, which strengthens the immune system.
Besides, it contains a substance called piperazine, responsible for eliminating intestinal parasites. We can even find it as a medication in drugstores.
And, if that’s not enough, pumpkin seeds are used as an old but very efficient dewormer.
Among these benefits, there are still others, like:
The seeds are a source of protein
In 100 grams (3.5 ounces) of toasted, salted pumpkin seed, you ingest more than 18 grams of protein.
Rich in antioxidants
Pumpkin seed is unbeatable when we talk about antioxidant levels.
Strengthens the immune system
Zinc is responsible for fighting and protecting us against many diseases.
Helps with prostate health
Studies show that the properties of pumpkin seed and its oil are beneficial for the prostate gland.
It makes you happier!
Pumpkin seeds improve your mood naturally and can even be efficient against depression.
So, in today’s video, you will learn how to make a pumpkin seed milk at home.
Write down the ingredients:
1 cup (coffee) pumpkin seeds, non-salted (buy it dried in bulk, it’s cheap and easy to find);
3 cups (coffee) filtered water (for soaking);
3 cups (coffee) filtered water (for the milk);
1 teaspoon natural vanilla essence, leveled;
Put the seeds in a bowl with 3 cups of water and leave it overnight. On the next day, throw the water away and rinse the seeds.
In a blender, combine the seeds with the remaining 3 cups of water and the vanilla essence.
It is ready. If you want, use a nut milk bag to strain.
The beverage will be silky, without any pieces of the shell.
You can keep your pumpkin seed milk in the fridge for up to three days.
Do you know someone like this? Try it and share your opinion with us.
0:36 Health Benefits of Pumpkin Seeds
2:19 How to Make Pumpkin Seed Milk at Home
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