7 Seeds You Should Totally Be Eating

Nutrient-dense, mild, and nutty are flax seeds. All the vitamins and minerals you need, along with fibre and protein, are included in just 1 tablespoon (7 grammes).

Flax Seeds

In addition to being delicious and ideal for a post-game snack at outdoor baseball games sunflower seeds are also rich in omega-6 fats, which may lessen inflammation and cholesterol.

Sunflower Seeds

Rich in antioxidants, chia seeds are well-known for their anti-aging and anti-cancer properties.

Chia Seeds

The common sesame seed is a fantastic source of calcium if you're looking for one.

Sesame Seeds

Despite coming from the Cannabis sativa plant, hemp seeds have no psychoactive properties.

Hemp Seeds

In addition to being delicious (try them roasted), pumpkin seeds have nutritional benefits for heart health, stronger bones, and even improved mood.

Pumpkin Seeds

Pomegranate seeds, which are encased in the flesh of the delectable ruby-red fruit, are a delightful treat that also happen to have several health benefits.

Pomegranate Seeds