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Pumpkins are healthy

  1. Pumpkins are a striking and at the same time a bit forgotten vegetable. Yes, a vegetable, because despite the fact that pumpkins are well known for the originally American Halloween, pumpkin is also very tasty and healthy and there is no reason not to even prepare pumpkin soup or pumpkin pie. September is the right month for that because then the pumpkin season starts again.

What's in pumpkin?

  1. Pulp, seeds and oil. Vitamins and minerals such as: Vitamin B1, B6, B11, B12, C and D. Minerals such as: sodium, potassium, calcium, phosphorus, iron, magnesium, copper and zinc. Fiber, antioxidants, carbohydrates, fats and sugars and certainly 90% water.

Pumpkin soup recipe

  1. You don't have to peel a pumpkin. Simply cut the pumpkin into pieces and then scoop out the seeds and seeds with a spoon. Do not throw away the seeds. Rinse them and let them dry because you can roast them later. Delicious


  1. If you want to work on your health, a first requirement is "healthy nutrition". It is always healthier and certainly cheaper to eat seasonal vegetables from your own country. I.e. the vegetables that are harvested on the land in that particular season and therefore no vegetables and fruit from greenhouses or from abroad. Do you want to take it one step higher? Then choose organic fruit and vegetables because they are tastier and much healthier.

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