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In the body, tryptophan breaks down into niacin, helping us relax and sleep well. Our body also uses tryptophan to manufacture serotonin, the neurotransmitter associated with positivity and a sense of well-being.
With pumpkins ripened and Halloween looming, October is the perfect time of year to try your hand at roasting pumpkin seeds. Feel free to roast plenty of them; the seeds increase in nutritive value while they age.
This recipe is perfect for those of you who love your roasted pumpkin seeds a little – or a lot – salty.
Pumpkin’s nutty-tasting seeds also provide magnesium, copper, iron, manganese, phosphorus, B and E vitamins, vitamin K, zinc and calcium. The seeds contain antioxidants, help normalize cholesterol levels, and support kidney and urinary tract health.
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