Sunflower seeds are very high in Vitamin E. Studies have shown strong links between Vitamin E and eye health. Additionally, just 1/4 cup of sunflower seeds provides half the daily recommended serving of Vitamin B1, or Thiamin. Sunflower seeds are also high in pantothenic acid. Overall, calorie for calorie, sunflower seeds are one of nature’s most potent forms of nutrition.
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