Three grams of protein in each serving of sunflower seed butter keeps muscles healthy, maximizes the benefits of exercise, and makes you feel fuller, so you eat less.
Vitamin E Rich
The antioxidant vitamin E balances cholesterol decreases free radicals, reduces cell damage, and can slow the effects of aging.
Vitamin E in sunflower seed butter helps your immune system fight infection. One serving will provide 24 percent of your body’s need for vitamin E.
One tablespoon of sunflower seed butter contains 12 percent of your daily need of magnesium, helping relieve muscle spasms, improving digestion, elimination, and improving your sleep quality.
Sunflower seeds have a lot of fiber, aiding digestion.
Low levels of magnesium caused by a leaking gut or medications can cause poor digestion, and GMOs in food can cause malabsorption of nutrients.
Rich in Healthy Fats
Healthy fats found in sunflower seed butter aid better absorption of nutrients, healthy skin, and the transportation of vitamins throughout the body.
Sunflower seed butter is usually less processed than other nut butter, with fewer unnecessary ingredients that can be harmful. Making your butter can be less expensive than buying it ready-made.
One serving of sunflower seed butter contains 93 calories, 4.4 grams carbohydrates, 3 grams of protein, 7.6 grams healthy fat, 3.6 milligrams vitamin E, 0.3 milligrams manganese, and 59 milligrams of magnesium.
Other notes to remember
One tablespoon is a serving size, so be careful not to consume too many calories. Sunflower seed butter offers protein, vitamin E, and magnesium, all beneficial to health, and is easy to make.