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Utsav Agrawal
Utsav Agrawal
Seeds are energy-dense foods and rich in unsaturated fats and few micronutrients.

Here is a list of seeds with their quantities to get 100 kcal in case you want to fit it in your diet

Sesame seeds--Hemp seeds - 16 gms for 100 kcal 

Sunflower seeds --Flaxseeds -18 gms for 100 kcal

Pumpkin seeds - 20 grams for 100 kcal 

Chia seeds - 23 grams for 100 kcal 

Fennel seeds- 25 grams for 100 kcal 

As you can see, the quantities are pretty less to complete 100 kcal for all the seeds that are why they are considered high-calorie food and would not be a great choice for "munching " in-between meals, that will only shoot up your calorie intake for that day.

But if you are measuring and then adding them in your diet then it's absolutely fine.

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