Beneficios para la salud de la semilla y perfil nutricional de 35 cultivares de calabaza
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Meru, Geoffrey, Yuqing Fu, Dayana Leyva, Paul Sarnoski, Yavuz Yagiz, Monique Scoggin, Carlos Balerdi, Laura Vasquez, and Teresa Olczyk. 2023. “Beneficios Para La Salud De La Semilla Y Perfil Nutricional De 35 Cultivares De Calabaza: HS1312s/HS1461, 4/2023”. EDIS 2023 (2). Gainesville, FL.


La semilla de calabaza (Cucurbita pepo L.) es alta en aceite, proteína, y ácidos grasos no saturados (AENS), y es una importante fuente de nutrición y ganancias a nivel global. Este artículo provee información a potenciales consumidores sobre el perfil nutricional y los beneficios a la salud de cultivares seleccionados de semillas de calabaza.
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