Pumpkin protein comes from mature pumpkin seeds. Pumpkin seeds are also called pumpkin seeds, white melon seeds and golden melon seeds.Pumpkin seeds are rich in nutrition, containing about 50% fat, 30% ~ 40% protein, and the content of pumpkin protein can reach more than 60% after degreasing. Moreover, the protein has rich amino acid composition, which is a good source of plant protein.
The high content of protein and dietary fiber, low content of fat and sodium in pumpkin protein make it the first choice among those who seek to optimize the body and enhance physical fitness among many plant proteins.For those who need a low-calorie diet, replacing some of the protein in the diet with pumpkin seed protein not only reduces the intake of cholesterol and saturated fat, but also achieves a balanced nutritional intake.
Pumpkin seeds are also rich in soy oleic acid, which can nourish brain cells and remove sediment from the inner wall of blood vessels, so as to improve brain function and blood circulation, so as to prevent atherosclerosis to a certain extent.