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Sunflower seeds are mainly used for their oil, but as with other oilseeds, is a valuable product because of its high protein content.
Sunflower seeds are mainly used for their oil, but as with other oilseeds, the meal left behind after oil extraction is a valuable product because of its high protein content. Sunflower seeds are attractive due to their high protein content and extensive availability.
Sunflower seed protein is rich in protein and fiber. Fiber naturally regulates the digestive processes and extends the sense of satiation after a meal. Its mildly nutty flavor and balanced nutrient profile make sunflower seed protein a popular dietary supplement. This versatile product can be used for vegan spreads, muesli, porridge, and even juices and protein shakes.
● Light green color
● Rich in fiber and vegetable protein
● Ideal for supplementation
● Also like pumpkin seed protein, it is a popular ingredient in face masks, creams, and peelings.
Composition: Nutritional Properties of Sunflower seed protein
Crude protein, % in dry matter
Mass fraction of carbohydrates, %
Mass fat fraction, %
vitamin Е, mg/100g
vitamin В1, mg/100g
vitamin В2, mg/100g
vitamin В6, mg/100g
vitamin В9, mg/100g
Ash content, % 5.5
Crude fibre, % in dry matter
Other nitrogen-free extractives, %
Chlorogenic acid, %
Solubility index, sm3
6,0 (easily soluble)
1532 KJ 366 kCal