Pumpkin Pie - Pumpkin is an amazingly nutritious food that due to its nutrient density and low calorie count can help you lose weight! That is, of course, if you don’t pack your pie with too much sugar. It’s also loaded with lots of vitamins to help boost immunity, and the vitamin A, lutein and zeaxanthin can improve eyesight. Eyesight, emotionally speaking is connected to clarity and focus, so consuming pumpkin can also help you regain focus on important matters and boost emotional health.
Pumpkin is also known to promote skin health due to it’s high vitamin C content. If you’re looking for a nutritious dessert or counting calories, or just looking for clarity and inspiration, the pumpkin pie is your best bet.
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