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Tiny but Mighty! Seeds are the most nutrient dense foods!!

Tiny but Mighty! Seeds are the most nutrient dense foods!!
July 29, 2016 Nidhi Bansal
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Tiny but Mighty! Seeds are the most nutrient dense foods!!

Seeds lead to plants and hence the whole new generation errr batch of new saplings! They contain all the essential ingredients that can give birth to a healthy plant. No wonder they are also one of the most nutrient dense foods and hence highly treasured! What’s unfortunate is that we generally associate seeds with snacks rather than staples of our diet, undermining their importance all the more.


With their gold mine of healthy minerals and their niacin and folic-acid contents, they are an excellent nutrition package!!

They are among the best plant sources of Iron, Calcium, and Zinc. And they provide more fiber than nuts. They are also good sources of protein.

Good things come in small packages of energy and health!

Seeds taste great. Are good for health. If their protein, fibre and fat content are not enough, seeds set the bar high with its monounsaturated and unsaturated fats decrease cholesterol level and increase high density lipo-protein in blood. One of the best natural sources of anti-oxidants, seeds are complete packages!!

Essential seeds for a healthy life

Medhya combines the goodness of Ayurveda in its products to bring to you a wholesome experience of health & wellness. No wonder, seeds form an integral part of all of our super nutritious bites! They are the ultimate source of essential nutrients. Get to know more of Medhya’s secrets here:



Abundant in proteins, phosphorus, magnesium, manganese, zinc, iron, copper, B vitamins, vitamin K and vitamin E and L-tryptophan, pumpkin seeds promote healthy sleeping patterns and lower depression. A natural protector against osteoporosis, pumpkin kernels are alkaline-forming. They reduce inflammation significantly.



A single helping of chia has 18% of the recommended daily intake for calcium and 27% of phosphorus and 33% of fiber, which promotes healthy digestion and bone health. The omega-3 fatty acids, present in chia seeds are good for skin and hair.



These little ones are full of manganese, copper, iron, phosphorus, zinc and calcium which promote bone health and prevent osteoporosis. Iron helps in the production of red blood cells and supplies oxygen to the body. Sesame seed oil reduces hypertension and stress. A great immunity booster, sesame seeds are known for its anti-ageing properties as well!



A gift of nature, hemp seeds have the most concentrated balance of proteins, essential fats, vitamins, and enzymes. A superfood, hemp seeds, supports optimal health and well being. With benefits like, weight loss, energy, rapid recovery from disease or injury, lowered cholesterol and blood pressure, reduced inflammation, improvement in circulation and immune system, hemp seeds are complete in themselves!



One cup of dried watermelon seeds contains a about 600 calories, and 50 grams of fat, which is almost 80 percent of the recommended daily value. The essential amino acids in them is essential for the growth and repair of muscles, and other connective tissues. Watermelon seeds also contain a variety of vitamins and minerals responsible for good metabolism, bone development and stronger immunity.

With their high nutritional and wellness quotient, seeds are on top of the most sought after holistic ingredients!! Their fibre and protein content offers a wholesome nutrition.

Basil basil seeds

Basil seeds have amazing cooling and rejuvenating powers. A rich source of carbohydrates, fats, proteins, and alpha-linolenic acid, they are rich in Omega-3 fatty acids. With their anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant properties, basil seeds nurture the body and the immune system.

Flax flax-seeds

The flax seeds carries one of the biggest nutrient sources on the planet. High on vitamins and minerals, they are a bundle of power themselves !!  Very useful to reduce hormonal fluctuations and proper functioning of digestive system. Flax are very low in carbohydrates, making them ideal for people who limit their intake of starches and sugars.

Include seeds in your diet and experience the difference right away!!

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