5 Ways To Use a Pumpkin
by Tess Pennington
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Autumn better than the site of a pumpkin. Personally speaking, this
type of squash puts a big smile on my face as I know that the tumultuous
Texas summer has finally come to an end, and cooler weather is coming.
Pack a Punch!
considered to be a nutritional powerhouse! Your immune system will
flourish due to the high amounts of carotenoids found in pumpkins.
Beta-carotene is also present in pumpkins, which is a powerful antioxidant,
anti-inflammatory, and preventative for the build up of cholesterol
on arterial walls. And the ladies will love this! The alpha carotene
found in pumpkins is believed to slow to the process of aging. Pumpkins
have a powerful supply of Vitamin A (2650 IU) making it a natural
way to get a good supply of vitamins to help with eye sight and
related eye problems such as macular degeneration and cataracts.
This is also a good source of fiber (3 grams), and carbohydrates
are so readily available, why not take advantage of their versatility
and use them to make some welcome pumpkin snacks, can pumpkin for
your deep larder or surprise your family with a pumpkin feast for
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