Whether you have begun taking pumpkin seed oil because of its ability to help with urinary or prostate problems, or whether you are looking to use it to improve your hair and skin, everyone wonders how much pumpkin seed oil they should be taking per day.
What Pumpkin Seed Oil Does:
- Supports prostate health*
- Supports urinary tract health*
- Naturally Occurring Phytosterols
- Natural Source of Fatty Acids
Made from natural seeds of pumpkin; extracted fresh by the traditional mechanical “cold-pressed” method, without the use of chemical solvents.
Organic Pumpkin Seed Oil is a rich source of Omega 6 and 9, fatty acids that promote overall health.*
Nutritional Benefits of Pumpkin Seed Oil
Here is a breakdown on the nutrition information in pumpkin seed oil
One tablespoon of pumpkin seed oil contains:
- Calories: 120
- Protein: 0 grams
- Fat: 14 grams
- Carbohydrates: 0 grams
- Fiber: 0 grams
- Sugar: 0 grams
Pumpkin seed oil is full of nutrients such as:
Scientific Research: How Much Pumpkin Seed Oil Should You Take
In research, study participants took the following dosages of pumpkin seed oil:
1,000 mg for cholesterol and blood pressure
400 mg for hair loss
2,000 mg for menopausal symptoms
360 mg for BPH
There is no generally agreed-upon recommended dosage or safe upper limit for pumpkin seed oil. There is also no specific amount of pumpkin seed oil you should be taking per day. Health Logics Pumpkin Seed Oil of 15ml/13.8 grams per serving. This serving size provides over 8 grams of fatty acids in Omega 6 and Omega 9s.
It is important to always speak with your healthcare practitioner before taking a supplement to make sure it is appropriate for your health.
Since Pumpkin Seed Oil is a great source of nutrition for prostate health and urinary tract health, Health Logics has our own Pumpkin Seed Oil to help improve your health.