Pumpkin spice and everything nice

Pumpkins are highly nutrient dense vegetables that are low in calories but rich in vitamins and minerals. Pumpkins are also a great source of potassium and beta-carotene; also containing minerals including calcium, magnesium, vitamin E, C, and B. If you’re looking to ward off illness and improve your immune system pumpkins are a fantastic vegetable to turn to. The beta-carotene in pumpkins is turned to vitamin A, supporting your body to fight infections. Plus, pumpkins are packed with vitamin C!


πŸŽƒ Are rich in fibre, keeping you fuller for longer

πŸŽƒ Are low in calories containing 90% water

πŸŽƒ Help your skin looking younger, by way of that awesome beta-carotene and vitamin C

πŸŽƒ Lower risk of sight issues due to the vitamin A content

πŸŽƒ Reduce blood glucose levels and improve glucose tolerance

πŸŽƒ Are high in antioxidants that help stop excessive free radicals from damaging cells

Give pumpkins a try not only in your roast dinners and soups but also in your breakfast smoothies - and let us know how you go. Tag us in your smoothie creations on the socials.


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