Pumpkin seed protein comes from the mature seeds of Cucurbitaceae pumpkin, which is also called pumpkin kernel, white melon seed and golden melon seed.
Pumpkin Seed Protein Description
Pumpkin seed protein comes from the mature seeds of Cucurbitaceae pumpkin, which is also called pumpkin kernel, white melon seed, and golden melon seed. The protein content of pumpkin seeds can reach more than 60% after degreasing, and the amino acid composition of the protein is rich, which is a good source of plant protein. It can improve cardiovascular diseases, improve the body’s immunity, improve male reproductive ability, promote muscle synthesis, and resist oxidation.
Pumpkin Seed Protein Properties
Simple Pumpkin Seed Protein is derived directly from the nutrient-rich seeds of pumpkins. By gently milling their seeds into a powder, you can enjoy a versatile and highly digestible, gluten, soy, and dairy-free source of vegetable protein that contains all of the amino acids, as well as a wide variety of other nutrients found naturally in pumpkin seeds. At over 60% plant-based protein content, it is a suitable source of protein for vegetarians and vegans, but recommended for everyone!
Pumpkin Seed Protein Uses
Add to smoothies, soups, sprinkle over salads, yogurt, as a crunchy crumb topping for fish or goat cheese.