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Black Sesame Seeds

Black Sesame Seeds

Regular price Rs.190.00
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Sesame seeds are a superfood with countless nutrients that help you build immunity and fulfill major portions of your daily intake of vitamins and minerals. They can be found in many varieties but black sesame seeds have a bit more to offer. 2 tablespoons of black sesame seeds contain 3 grams of protein, 100 calories, and 2 grams of fiber. It offers 18% calcium of the daily value 16% of Magnesium, 11% of Phosphorus, 22% of Manganese, and 83% of Copper. Moreover, they contain iron, zinc, saturated fat, monounsaturated fat, and polyunsaturated fats as well. 

Benefits of Black Sesame Seeds

  • Black sesame seeds contain antioxidants that help reduce oxidative stress in the body. Oxidative stress increases the chances of chronic seeds, including black sesame seeds in your diet protect from the damage caused by oxidative stress. 
  • Black sesame seed has phenolic extracts which reduce LDL cholesterol levels, which is harmful to the body. As sesame seeds are high in fiber so they also help in reducing bad cholesterol. Furthermore, they are rich in magnesium, which plays a central role in heart health as it keeps the blood vessels healthy, supporting proper blood flow in the body. 
  • Black Sesame seeds also help regulate blood pressure and prevent hypertension. 
  • Black sesame seeds are loaded with zinc, iron, and Vitamin B, which are good for skin and hair. Consuming black sesame seeds improves skin and hair. 
  • Zinc, iron, vitamin E, and calcium in black sesame seeds are also good for the bones. 

How to use

Like white sesame seeds, Black sesame seeds can be added to salads, cereals, bread, puddings, and many desserts. One has to remember that they have a bit stronger taste than white sesame seeds, so add them accordingly. 


Are black sesame seeds and white sesame seeds nutritionally similar?

While both varieties have nutritional benefits, black sesame seeds tend to have a slightly higher nutrient content.

Can black sesame seeds be consumed raw?

Yes, black sesame seeds can be consumed raw, roasted, or incorporated into various dishes.

Do black sesame seeds have a shelf life?

Properly stored, black sesame seeds can last for several months. However, freshness may impact their flavor.

Can individuals with nut allergies consume black sesame seeds?

In most cases, yes. However, those with severe allergies should consult a healthcare professional.

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