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Benefits of Pumpkin Seed Extract

Ah, fall. The season of pumpkin spice--pumpkin lattes, pumpkin muffins, pumpkin scones....pumpkin seed extract?

It may not give you the same caffeine boost as a pumpkin spice latte, but pumpkin seed extract packs a mean nutritional punch. Here's why you should add it to your next meal (which, let's face it, is probably going to be pumpkin-themed).


Pumpkin seeds contain beta-carotene and vitamin E, natural antioxidants that shield the body from harmful free radicals. (x)

Free radicals are atoms with unpaired electrons, making them highly reactive. When they come into contact with nearby cells, they can seriously damage cell function and DNA reproduction, leading to signs of disease and aging.

But antioxidants like pumpkin seed extract protect cells from free radical damage, potentially reducing the risk of disease and benefiting overall health.


Pumpkin seed extract is rich in magnesium, zinc, and fatty acids, all of which have been shown to maintain healthy heart function and keep cardiac tissue strong. (x)(x)

In one study, participants who took pumpkin seed supplements reduced their blood pressure by 7% and increased their good cholesterol levels by 16% over the course of 12 weeks. (x) It may also maintain healthy blood sugar levels, and  contains nitric oxide, which relaxes blood vessels and improves circulation. (x) (x)


If cold and flu season is your worst enemy, add some pumpkin seed extract powder to your morning smoothie--it's an excellent source of zinc, which has been shown to boost immune function.

Zinc helps activate leukocytes and neutrophils, white blood cells that fight off infection. (x)(x) This means it could reduce the number of times you come down with a cold and how long the cold lasts. One study found that zinc supplementation reduced the duration of the common cold by almost 50%. (x)


Iron is one of the most important minerals in the body. It regulates energy levels, oxygen flow, immune function, and muscle health. If you're iron deficient, you may experience shortness of breath or dizziness, feel chronically fatigued and sick, and have difficulty concentrating. Over time, iron deficiency could lead to serious conditions like anemia.

But pumpkin seed extract is an excellent source of iron and could relieve symptoms of a deficiency, boosting your energy levels and overall wellness.

The Takeaway

Pumpkin seeds may be small, but they're full of nutrients that improve your energy, heart health, and your body's ability to fight off nasty colds. This extract mixes easily into the smoothie or recipe  of your choice, so you can go full-on fall pumpkin mode without sacrificing your health.

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