Nutrition Facts
Pumpkin, raw

   Serving size   100 g  
  Amount per serving


% Daily Value*  
   Total Fat 0,1g   0 %  
      Saturated Fat 0,1g      0 %  
   Sodium 1mg    0 %  
   Total Carbohydrate 6,5g    2 %  
      Dietary Fiber 0,5g    2 %  
      Sugar 2,8g  
   Protein 1g    2 %  
   Vitamin D 0,00mcg    0 %  
   Calcium 21.00mg    2 %  
   Iron 0,80mg    4 %  
   Potassium 340mg    7 %  
 * The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving  of food contribute to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.


SQUASH VEGETABLE. Also known as a pumpkin, from which various images are carved for Halloween and are mostly used only for decoration. However, this is a pumpkin that has a huge number of positive properties that are beneficial to your health.

Healt benefits

  • Improves eyesight - a cup of pumpkin puree contains more than 200% of the recommended daily intake of vitamin A, which is crucial in improving vision. Pumpkins are full of beta-carotene, which turns the body into one of the forms of vitamin A that protects your eyesight.
  • An excellent food for weight loss - pumpkins are full of fiber, have very few calories and are very filling. You can bake them, cook them, make soups or sauces out of them. If you add a few more spices to them, you only improve their taste and you have an excellent meal ready.
  • Pumpkin seeds are good for the heart - pumpkin seeds are a great source for better heart function, as they are naturally rich in phytosterols, which are supposed to help lower cholesterol.
  • Against cancer prevention - Pumpkins contain a huge amount of the antioxidant beta-carotene, which, according to some research, is even said to help prevent cancer.
  • For more beautiful skin - carotenes in pumpkin are supposed to neutralize free radicals, which are supposed to keep your skin tense and youthful.
  • After exercise - it turns out that a cup of cooked pumpkin contains more potassium than a banana. Potassium helps the body regain electrolyte balance and allow muscles to function as much as possible.
  • Pumpkin seeds for a better mood - The seeds are rich in an amino acid called tryptophan, which is important for the production of a happiness hormone called serotonin.
  • For better resistance - they are an excellent source of vitamin C, which strengthens the immune system and prevents colds.

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