Sunflower Seeds contain around 38mg of Vitamin E in 100g which contributes to the protection of cells from oxidative stress.
How to eat:
Sunflower seeds are a great addition to your favourite salads or sprinkled on to hot and cold cereals.
For those wanting to be a little more creative you can also add them to scrambled eggs to create a unique texture and taste combination or you can even grind them to a powder and use them to dust meats rather than using flour.
For allergens see ingredients in CAPITALS. Packed in a factory that also packs cereals containing gluten, nuts, peanuts, sesame and products containing sulphur dioxide/ sulphites.
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