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Pumpkin Seeds To Reduce Parasites

Pumpkin seeds are an excellent food source which you can add to your diet daily to improve your body’s ability to cleanse and improve overall health.

Parasitic infections in the intestinal tract disrupt the body’s ability to absorb nutrients. Parasites such as tapeworms harm the body by stealing nutrients and drastically reducing our ability to maintain healthy digestion. Conventional medical treatments for parasitic infections can result in side effects of seizures and convulsions.

One study affecting 115 patients with adult tapeworms in their intestinal tract found extraordinary results with limited side effects from treatment using pumpkin seeds. Following treatment, all patients either expelled the tapeworms entirely, in pieces or had no further evidence of tapeworm infection. Although results occurred within a couple hours for some individuals, the successful removal of the parasite was observed to occur within 15 hours following treatment.
Pumpkin Seeds Are Full of Nutrients

The following list provides only some of the sources of nutrients which support the intestinal tract in removing toxic build up and cleansing the bowels of contaminants which can cause lowered immunity, diseases and cancer.

  • Vitamin A
  • Variety of B vitamins including thiamin, folate, niacin and vitamin B-6
  • Vitamin K
  • Potassium
  • Phosphorus
  • Arginine, glutamic acid and 16 other amino acids
  • Zinc:

Of the nutrients contained in pumpkin seeds, zinc is of notable importance because of its role in the body to perform a variety of functions. When our intestinal tracts are suffering from poor health, cells are less likely to receive zinc even from the healthy food choices we make.

Individuals can exhibit symptoms of lethargy, decreased mental health, weakened immunity and possible neurological concerns. Zinc is needed in the following life processes:

Maintain healthy bones, skin, hair and nails
Support a healthy immune system
Reduce systemic inflammation
Regulates carbohydrate and protein metabolism
Balance glucose levels
Regulate hormones

Magnesium is another nutrient deserving respectable attention due to its importance in cleansing the intestines and promoting maximum health. Magnesium improves the motility of the gastrointestinal tract and colon thereby promoting the elimination of toxins and impurities.

Pumpkin Seeds Promote Heart Health

Different pumpkin seed varieties have a range of health benefits associated with a decreased risk of developing cardiovascular problems. Pumpkin seeds contain nutritional sources of antioxidants and healthy fats which do not only promote digestion, but also improve heart health by cleansing toxic waste that has accumulated in the cardiovascular system.

A Source of Antioxidants

Pumpkin seeds are a powerhouse source of antioxidants known as phenolic compounds which support heart health and prevent disease. Studies indicate that the common antioxidant which gives fruit and vegetables an orange color, carotenoids, are found in large quantities within pumpkin seeds.

In fact, the World Health Organization lists pumpkin seeds as a phytochemical-dense food source because of its high phytosterol content which may improve cholesterol levels.

Found to combat oxidation, or the aging and destruction of our cells, phenolic compounds are associated with improved cardiovascular health due to their increased protection for sustaining life processes.

A Source of Alpha-Linolenic Acid

Pumpkin seeds are a source of a healthy fat known as alpha-linolenic acid (ALA). ALA is an essential fatty acid which must be absorbed into the body from food. ALA is also beneficial in recycling antioxidants in the body such as vitamin C, vitamin E and various enzymes for use.

Pumpkin Seeds Improve Blood Sugar

Poor blood sugar control can be a result of increased refined carbohydrates and sugar. Lifestyle changes such as adding pumpkin seeds to our diets may not only help lower blood sugar levels but also reduce inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract and manage cravings.

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