Pumpkin

Pumpkin is rich in fiber, which slows digestion. Pumpkin’s brilliant orange coloring comes from its ample supply of beta-carotene, which is converted to vitamin A in the body. Vitamin A is essential for eye health and helps the retinaabsorb and process light. A single cup of pumpkin contains over 200 percent of most people’s recommended daily intake of vitamin A, making it an outstanding option for optical health.

Pumpkins are an antioxidant and an anti-inflammatory food! This means it helps with joint health, organ health, stress relief and soft tissue injuries.
The high levels of Vitamin C help the immune system and encourages collagen production for the skin to maintain its beautiful glow and elasticity.
Pumpkin is a great source of fiber to help wash out any toxins and keep your body running smoothly.
Pumpkin seeds are high in protein and plant based fatty acids, which help regulate cholesterol levels, protect against joint ailments, promote healthy skin, and improve brain function.
Pumpkin contains lots of potassium and zinc to aid with hypertension. Zinc is also great for the immune system, skin and fertility.
The fruit contains L tryptophan, a chemical compound that triggers feelings of well-being that aid depression in a smooth and natural way.

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