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Is helianthius annuus seed vegan?

Helianthius annuus seed is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is helianthius annuus seed?

Helianthus annuus seeds, commonly known as sunflower seeds, are a nutrient-dense food ingredient that boasts a wide range of health benefits. These small, flat, oval-shaped seeds have a hard outer shell that encases a tender and flavorful kernel inside, making them a versatile addition to many recipes. Rich in healthy fats, protein, and fiber, helianthus annuus seeds can help improve heart health, regulate blood sugar levels, and promote digestive health. They can be eaten raw or roasted and salted for a crunchy snack or used as an ingredient in salads, soups, baked goods, and more.

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