The Health Benefits Of Pumpkins
- Prevent heart disease
Pumpkins contain carotids, which can improve the function of the carotid artery, which improve cardiovascular health. Pumpkin seeds also contain phytosterols, which are known to reduce bad cholesterol.
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- Improve eyesight
Pumpkin is packed with Vitamin A. Even 1 cup of cooked pumpkin contains more than the daily recommended amount of Vitamin A, which can improve your eyesight, particularly in low light.
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- Healthier skin
Carotenoids help you stave off wrinkles! Good news for everyone!
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- Anti-Inflammatory remedy
Due to high levels of antioxidants in pumpkins, joints and soft tissues can experience inflammation relief.
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- It’s not just the season that makes you happy; it’s the pumpkin
L tryptophan stimulates your mood, uplifting your spirits and overall feeling of wellbeing. Chase that seasonal depression away with some yummy pumpkin recipes.
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Healthy Pumpkin Recipes
Pumpkin Spiced Waffles
“To make the most out of your pumpkin, you really have to try these waffles. If you don’t have a waffle maker, you can use the mixture to make delicious low-carb pancakes! Adding pumpkin purée to baked goods makes them moist and soft, while keeping them low in carbs.”
Recipe courtesy of KetoDiet.
The Best Low-Carb Pumpkin Spice Muffins
“I wouldn’t wonder if these muffins are the best ever low-carb pumpkin spice muffins you’ve tasted. And definitely the simplest and easiest to make! They are soft, moist and incredibly yummy.”
Recipe courtesy of Low-Carb, So Simple!.
Extra Creamy Cream of Pumpkin Soup
“Here is my 4-ingredient take on this old classic. This soup is also a great way to use roasted pumpkin, if you happen to have that at hand. I made it a notch more appealing — the soup has creamy and foamy texture, it’s like eating a dream! “
Recipe courtesy of Low-Carb, So Simple!
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