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Sunflower prevent versus high blood preasure

Friday, July 24th, 2009

SunflowerEat nuts five times a week, experts advise. Sunflower reduced levels of “bad” cholesterol and is recommended for high blood pressure. These studies show Intersnak Bulgaria, producer of branded nuts “Chi-pi. In the sunflower seeds come mainly unsaturated fatty acids – linolova (50-65%) and oleic (25-40%). They lead to the formation of so-called. “good” cholesterol, which are extremely useful in cardiovascular disease and high blood pressure. When high cholesterol is recommended even walnuts and almonds, pumpkin seeds, cereals, fish, fruit and vegetables. Sunflower seeds are rich in magnesium. It activates enzymes that help the body use energy from food. Assists controlling blood pressure, regulation of body temperature and acid-alkaline balance. As a source of vitamin B sunflower is far more valuable than even some fishery resources. The presence of vitamin D makes it a great preventative against many diseases, including cancer. Protein of sunflower seeds have a high biological value, it is a source of other valuable nutrients. Milling and easily absorbed by the body.
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