Sunflower seeds are the edible seed of the sunflower. While often sold in hull, the hull is inedible and it is the kernel that is consumed. Sunflower seeds are often roasted but are available in their raw form.
Sunflower seeds are 21% protein, 51% fat, 9% fiber, and a source of iron, vitamin E, B vitamins including folate, magnesium, phosphorus, copper, manganese, selenium, and zinc. Sunflower seeds are high in antioxidants. See: Sunflower oil
Seeds are a common allergen.
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