vitamin B1 (thiamine), vitamin B2 (riboflavin), vitamin B3 or vitamin PP (niacin), vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid), vitamin B6 (pyridoxine), vitamin B9 (folic acid), vitamin C, vitamin E (tocopherol), vitamin A (retinol), vitamin T (carnitine)

Macro elements:

potassium, calcium, magnesium, sodium, phosphorus

Trace elements:

iron, manganese, copper, cobalt

100 g of dried pumpkin contain:

proteins - 9.2 g, fat - 0.9 g, carbohydrates - 38.6 g

The energy value of 100 g of dried pumpkin:

kJ / kcal-834/199

Size fraction:

powder; pieces


DRIED PUMPKIN is an indispensable product for a diet therapy. It contains a lot of vitamins, fiber, minerals and other beneficial substances. The benefits of pumpkin are recognized by physicians and nutritionists around the world.

The rare vitamin T contained in pumpkin prevents obesity and facilitates the absorption of heavy fatty foods this is why pumpkin is considered to be an excellent garnish for fatty meat dishes.

Another reason to use this healthy vegetable in nutrition is anemia. Due to the high content of iron and vitamin A in the pulp, the blood formula is improved. There is a high content of potassium in dried pumpkin, which makes it irreplaceable for strengthening vessels and heart muscle, it also prevents the development of heart attacks.

Carotene improves vision, so dried pumpkin is recommended for people with ophthalmologic problems.Vitamin E, a powerful natural antioxidant contained in dried pumpkin in large quantities, helps to maintain the elasticity, freshness and firmness of the skin.

Due to the high content of fiber, dried pumpkin stimulates the work of digestive system, cleans the intestines, eliminates constipation. Dried pumpkin can be used in preparation of salads, soups, snacks, meat casseroles. Dried pumpkin powder is added to pastries to improve the quality of the bread.