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Health Benefits of "Black Sesame Seeds"
  • • Black sesame seeds boost the body’s immune system, effective in preventing cold/flu and reduce the incidence of allergies.
  • • Antioxidants in black sesame seeds helps protect blood vessels by scavenging free radicals and ensuring efficient nutrient and oxygen delivery for healthy brain function. There is evidence showing it is also antihypertensive by inducing nitric oxide and decreasing endothelin-1 production in HUVECs.
  • • Black sesame seed is known for its efficacy in lowering fat storage and cholesterol levels, while increasing high density lipoprotein (HDL; "good cholesterol") levels.
  • • Functional nutrients in black sesame seeds are known to be anti-inflammatory and can inhibit the growth of skin cancer cells from UV rays
  • • Black sesame seed contains 2 times more protein than cow’s milk, and contains 40 times more calcium than other vegetables, which also means it contains 6 times more calcium than cow’s milk. Calcium has been reported to help prevent colon cancer, osteoporosis, migraines and PMS.
  • • Beta sitosterol (I have seen this spelled both as sitosterol and sistosterol. I am not sure which is right?) in black sesame seeds has an anti-inflammatory function and reduces the degree of oily skin and promotes the healing of wounds.
  • • Vitamin E rich black sesame seeds helps maintain the skin’s youthful look and delay aging of the skin.
  • • These health-benefiting nutrients are also abundantly found in black sesame seeds, such as Vit B2, 3, 5, 6, 9, protein, iron, zinc calcium and phosphorus.
  • • Para-amino acid in black sesame seeds is known to be beneficial to those who suffer from many illnesses such as insomnia and tiredness.
  • • Omega-3 in black sesame seeds is known to nourish the brain and slows down the brain degeneration process. It also helps reduce the incidence of heart attack.
  • • Amino acids in black sesame help promote healthy hair.

Disclaimer: Theses statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. The product is not meant to cure, prevent or diagnose any disease.
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