Huile de Graines de citrouille Pressée à froid (Biologique), 16 fl oz (473 mL) Bouteille
Informations relatives à la nutrition
|Lipides totaux||14 g||18%*|
|Graisse saturée||2.5 g||13%*|
|Lipides polyinsaturés||8 g||†|
|Lipides monoinsaturés||3 g||†|
|Huile de pépins de courge extra-vierge biologique||14 g|
|Contient généralement :|
|Acide palmitique||10-16 %||†|
|Acide stéarique||2-8 %||†|
|Acide oléique||18-41 %||†|
|Acide linoléique||40-65 %||†|
Centuries of Wholesome Nutrition
Introducing PipingRock's Organic Pumpkin Seed Oil!
Cold-pressed from the seeds of pumpkins (also called pepitas), pumpkin seed oil contains polyunsaturated essential fatty acids, such as linoleic, oleic and stearic acids. These beneficial nutrients are to thank for the oil’s impressive nutritional profile!
Featuring a distinct (and strong) nutty flavor, pumpkin seed oil makes a wonderful addition to many dishes. It is often used in making salad dressings and in enhancing both the flavor and nutritional profile of desserts, soups and sauces. Cooking with pumpkin seed oil makes it lose some of its polyunsaturated essential fatty acid content.
Pumpkin seed oil can also be used topically as a lush skin moisturizer and in hair oil treatments. Do not apply to broken or irritated skin or areas affected by rashes. Avoid contact with eyes.