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Pumpkin-y Goodness

It's getting cold out there! What better time to tuck into this nutritious, low-calorie and low-fat cold weather ingredient? Try this tasty root vegetable in soups, casseroles, sautรฉed side dishes and switch it up to be sweet or savory.



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๐Ÿฅง It fills you fast! Pumpkin is high in fibre which helps with good digestion, lowering cholesterol levels and gives you a lasting feeling of satiation.


โš–๏ธ With only 42 calories per cup, eating pumpkin can help you maintain or lose weight.


๐Ÿ’Š It is rich in vitamin A and C. One cup contains over 200% of the RDI of vitamin A per day and around 20% of RDI of vitamin C.


๐Ÿ‘Œ๐ŸปPumpkin is packed with micronutrients like beta carotene, vitamins A, C, E, and potassium. These micronutrients help boost skin health, and improve health health, blood pressure and cholesterol levels.


๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿผ A cup of pumpkin has 35% of your daily magnesium requirement and more potassium than in a banana, which is great for your muscles. After a workout, a cup or bowl of cooked pumpkin or warm pumpkin soup can replenish your depleted electrolyte levels.


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49 Kcal / Carbohydrates 10g / Proteins 2g / Fats 0.1g / Fibre 3g


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