Sunflower Seed Protein Powder

Sunflower Seeds
Sunflower Seeds

Organic Sunflower Seeds

If you’re looking for a delicious snack you can eat on-the-go, sunflower seeds might just fit the bill. It has a tasty, nutty flavor with a firm yet tender texture, can satiate your hunger and still give you plenty of health benefits to boost.

  • ORIGIN: China or EU
  • AVAILABLE AS: Whole; Protein Powder
  • GOOD FOR : Energy-yielding metabolism, nervous system, psychological, heart, skin, bone and muscle, teeth, tiredness and fatigue, protein and glycogen metabolism, red blood cells formation, immune system, regulation of hormonal activity, absorption/utilisation of calcium and phosphorus, electrolyte balance, thyroid function, protection of cells from oxidative stress
  • NUTRITION : Thiamin, Vitamin B6, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Copper, Manganese, Selenium, Vitamin E
  • DIRECTIONS FOR USE : Consume one cup or 46 g per day as snack or add to the smoothie, yogurt, cereal, oatmeal and savory dishes

What is it?

That huge and beautiful yellow flower called sunflower actually produces a fruit. It’s called sunflower seeds. Sunflower seeds have a teardrop shape and are encased in a gray or black-colored shell. The insides are gray-green in color and have a nutty taste.

But it’s not just merely edible, it’s nutrient-dense, too. The three types of sunflower seeds—linoleic, high oleic and NuSun—all boast of having high levels of the good fats (monounsaturated, saturated and polyunsaturated).

Sunflowers grow wild in North America and people during the Paleo-Indian times picked the seeds precisely for its fat-content. It was the people from the southwest part of North America, or what is now Mexico, who started farming sunflowers for its seeds back in 3000-2000BC. They developed ways to make the seeds bigger and make the flowers produce prolifically.

However, it was the American Indians who domesticated wild sunflowers (it was one of the first plants to be domesticated in the US), turning it into a single-headed plant and developing seed color varieties—black, red, black/white-striped and white. They utilised it in many ways—they pounded it to make flour, squeezed it for its oil or cracked and eat it as snack.

What are its nutritional content and health benefits?

Sunflower seeds may be small, but the density of its nutrients and health benefits are immense.

If it’s Vitamin E you’re looking for, don’t look for anything else but sunflower seeds. It contains approximately 35.17g per 100g or about 234 percent RDA for this vitamin. Vitamin E is a fat-soluble antioxidant that neutralizes free radicals and plays a vital role in the health and integrity of cell membranes, brain cells and others.
A plant compound called phytosterol is known to help reduce bad cholesterols in the body. Sunflower seeds have phytosterols in abudance—about 270-289 per 100 grams—the highest among the seed and nut category to have this compound.

Food is like the information in the body, and food that shines for overall information is Sunflower seeds. There are various of superfoods that people admire today, some may have indirect benefits for the whole body and some distinct health benefits for the thyroid directly and that is Sunflower Seeds- that contains Selenium, a powerful mineral that contributes to normalize thyroid function.

Other than that rice protein is packed with antioxidants including vitamin E. It actually has over five times more antioxidants than other commop berries, which also contributes to the protection of cells from oxidative stress.

What makes our sunflower seeds different?

Our sunflowers are grown in soils that are absolutely free from chemicals. The sunflowers themselves have never tasted any pesticides, herbicides, fungicides and other harmful chemicals that could affect the quality of the seeds. We have soil certification and the approval of EU organic certification bodies to back up this claim.
We just don’t throw in all the seeds in the bin—each seed undergoes careful and meticulous inspection so that only the best sunflower seeds are chosen for drying and packing. Our shells are firm, unbroken, free of dirt and are absolutely fresh, not rancid. They have also been packed in airtight containers to seal in its freshness to make sure you will receive only the best sunflower seeds.
Our organic sunflower seeds have a nutty and delicious taste which you can enjoy in so many dishes—sandwiches, salads, eggs, meat dishes, cereals and more. Take note that this delicious taste is all-natural as our organic sunflower seeds do not have additives of any sort.

Where and how much can we deliver?

Impact Foods can provide a consistent supply of organic sunflower seeds in bulk, private label and white label. We can also deliver to any place in the UK and all throughout Europe.