Seeds are likewise great for magnesium. If you consume a one ounce serving of pumpkin seeds for instance, you’ll get an impressive 150mg of magnesium – which is 37% of your RDI. Not only that, but seeds are once again a good source of fiber, of fatty acids and of protein.
You can sprinkle some sunflower seeds onto a bowl of cereal or snack straight out of the bag and they won’t add many calories to your diet either.
They’re like an even more convenient version of nuts!