6 Healthy Seeds You Should Be Eating And 6 You Shouldn't

From seeds like wild rice, hemp, and sesame being the good ones to tomato, sunflower, and chia being the bad ones, we’re talking all that and more.

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Intro – 0:00
1. Wild Rice – 00:44
2. Pomegranate Seeds – 01:26
3. Hemp Seeds – 02:09
4. Flax Seeds – 02:52
5. Sesame Seeds – 03:41
6. Wheat Germs – 04:18

1. Chia Seeds – 04:55
2. Tomato Seeds – 06:06
3. Pumpkin Seeds – 06:47
4. Sunflower Seeds – 07:22
5. Apple Seeds – 08:21
6. Raw Kidney Beans – 09:28


1. Wild Rice: Don’t get confused by the name. Wild rice is actually a seed – a grass seed. It’s higher in protein than most other whole grains and contains 30 times more antioxidants than white rice. It is a good source of fiber, and nutrients like folate, magnesium, phosphorus, manganese, zinc, vitamin B6, and niacin.

2. Pomegranate Seeds: These small red jewels are called arils. These arils have lots of fiber and 40 percent of your daily requirement of vitamin C. They also contain heart-healthy antioxidants called polyphenols, including: flavonoids, tannins, and anthocyanins. These also help protect the body against inflammation and free radical damage.

3. Hemp Seeds: More and more people are discovering the nutritional benefits of hemp seeds. It contains all 20 amino acids, including 9 essential amino acids that our body cannot produce. It also has a high proportion of proteins that enhance immunity and reflect toxins. Eating it in any form can help in healing and people suffering from immune deficiency diseases. This conclusion is supported by the fact that hemp seeds have been used to treat nutritional deficiencies caused by tuberculosis.

4. Flax Seeds: Dietary fibre in flax seeds reduces the rise in blood fats after meals and regulates appetite. Researchers found that flax seeds suppress appetite and support weight loss.

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