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Do Agro Seeds Are Have A Nutrients And Proteins?

Sesame seeds seem so tiny yet possess great taste and are used for preparing delicious candy such as creamy halwa and ladoos. You can include these nutritious seeds in your diet to get health benefits. These are being used by baking industry as a seasoning. Sesame seeds are also used for preparing dipping sauce, known as Tahini that is served over vegetables or on bread.

Fat And Calories
Dried raw sesame seeds contain more calories and fat as compared to Roasted Sesame Seeds. For instance, one ounce of raw seeds contains 163 calories and 14.11g of fat. Roasted seeds whereas, contain 160 calories and 13.61 g fat. Both of these varieties do not have any cholesterol. Whether you eat sesame candy, like ladoos, or take just a spoon of sesame seeds, you can have all health benefits that these seeds offer.

Protein
There is hardly any difference in protein content in the roasted and raw seeds. One ounce of raw sesame seeds contains 5.03 g of protein, while roasted variety contains 4.81 g of protein.

Minerals
These tasteful seeds have calcium, iron, and selenium. The ratio of these minerals is pretty less in Roasted sesame seeds as compared to raw variety.

Vitamins
Both raw and Roasted Seeds Of Sesame contain no vitamin A, D, C, E, and K. Both the varieties contain thiamin and riboflavin.

Tahini- Prepared From Roasted Seeds Of Sesame
Tahini is a dipping sauce prepared from simple seed paste that provides lignans and phytosterols, protein, B vitamins and minerals. You can prepare it using roasted/toasted seeds and seasoned with garlic, ginger, lemon juice, red pepper, or honey.

Tahini is a dipping sauce prepared from simple seed paste that provides lignans and phytosterols, protein, B vitamins and minerals. You can prepare it using roasted/toasted seeds and seasoned with garlic, ginger, lemon juice, red pepper, or honey.

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