The world is slowly moving towards making healthier dietary choices and superfoods are in forefront of the shift. From nuts, oils, cereals to seeds, people are gradually including more natural foods to their diet. Seeds are one of the recent trends that has caught up with the health enthusiast simply because of how easy it is t include them in diet, besides brimming with nutrients. And pumpkin seeds are perhaps one of the most popular ones! Known for innumerable nutritive properties, pumpkin seeds are known to defend against chronic and serious illnesses like heart ailments and even cancer. \ 

Enriched with fibre and antioxidants, pumpkin seeds can aid weight loss, digestion and also boost immunity. Besides, it is also a rich source of magnesium which also promoted bone growth. After all, there’s a reason why health experts around the world are suggesting to include pumpkin seeds in daily diet. And no, it is not at all difficult to do so.  

Here are 5 Ways To Add Pumpkin Seeds To Your Diet:


1. Salads 

This is perhaps the easiest way and needs no cooking! Garnish your regular salad of fruits and vegetables with a spoonful of pumpkin seeds and enjoy. You can roast them a little and sprinkle over the salad which will level up the nutrition quotient.  


2. Smoothies

One of the most popular and delicious ways to reap the benefits of seeds! Get your favourite fruits or veggies, add to a bowl of curd and toss in a handful of pumpkin seeds in to blend. Creamy, healthy, delicious and wholesome! You can also simply add them to a bowl of curd.  

3. Roasted Snack

Quick and easy, roast some pumpkin seeds and store in an airtight jar to eat as a snack whenever hunger strikes or simply when you crave something. This would save you from unhealthy bingeing and you would thank us later! 


4. Pumpkin Seed Sauce

Grind the pumpkin seeds with a couple of your favourite ingredients such as chillies or mayonnaise for a thick sauce that you can add as a side to your lip-smacking delicacies.  


5. Pumpkin Trail Mix

Throw in some nuts, dry fruits and other seeds for a satiating trail mix that you can munch on during the day or amid midnight hunger pangs.