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Beneficial Properties of Pumpkin Seed Oil as an Antioxidant Nutraceutical

@inproceedings{Bora2018BeneficialPO,
  title={Beneficial Properties of Pumpkin Seed Oil as an Antioxidant Nutraceutical},
  author={Nilutpal Sharma Bora},
  year={2018}
}
The seeds of pumpkin are highly popular as an edible delicacy in different countries of the world and possess a high antioxidant value along with anti-diabetic, anti-carcinogenic and anti-inflammatory properties. The oil from this seed is also documented to contain high phenolic content which translates to its high antioxidant capability. Pumpkin seed oil has been envisaged as a preservative and functional ingredient in many foods, cosmetics and nutraceutical 
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