Are you eating pumpkin seeds for amazing health benefits?

199183_3467Fall is the time of year, we think of cozying down, sipping hot drinks, and visiting pumpkin patches with our grandkids or just for fun with a loved one.

Pumpkins are delicious as food and not just for decorations at holiday gatherings. When you’re opening up that pumpkin, remember to save the seeds. Wash them from the stringy pulp in a strainer and let them dry overnight. Then just pour some olive or avocado oil in a baking pan, spread the dried seeds, shake on some sea salt or nutritional yeast if desired, and bake at a low temperature (325 degrees) for about 15 minutes or so. Check often and shake the pan so the seeds don’t burn. Pure heaven. Continue reading