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Health benefits of pumpkin seed oil

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Evidence is starting to mount as more people come to learn about the incredible health benefits of pumpkin seed oil. This oil is beautiful and nourishing for the skin! Use of pumpkin seed oil can aid in reducing inflammation and the appearance of scarring as well as boosting collagen to help prevent wrinkles. It is even suitable for those with oily skin. This isn’t the best part though – it’s the internal uses of pumpkin seed oil that are becoming even more exciting. Areas that it is helpful include;

Prostate Health

Studies have shown that pumpkin seed oil can can be vastly effective against enlarged prostate conditions and may even help to fight prostate cancer. The powerful antioxidants present in the oil also help to create a filter which aids those undertaking radiation treatment.

Heart Health

Not only through its role as an anti-inflammatory, but also through other mechanisms still being studied, the benefits for overall heart health, including helping to lower cholesterol and lower high blood pressure in post-menopausal women are becoming increasingly evident.

Reduction of Hair Loss

Due to the high zinc content and its ability to balance hormones, pumpkin seed oil research is producing ground-breaking results in this area for men. Zinc is also vital for male reproduction, yet another reason to include it daily in a healthy diet.

Mental Health

Not only do the fatty acids help to feed the brain and improve cognition, the amino acid tryptophan is well known for being essential in order to produce serotonin and happy hormones. This is also a contributing factor in sleep.

 

Helps fight Type II Diabetes

Through its role as an anti-hyperglycaemic agent, daily inclusion of this beautiful oil is essential when treating diabetes.

The wonderful thing about pumpkin seed oil is that it tastes great, and can be taken either in a medicinal way (1 Tbsp. per day) or can be included in foods such as, Pumpkin Seed Pesto!