The savanna region of Ghana is vastly impacted by malnutrition. This locality is rich in various varieties of oilseed-bearing fruit plants but the oil seeds are usually left as trash.
Oilseeds of this specific region are a leading source of improved quality and specialty vegetable oils, encompassed substantial levels of mineral elements including zinc, iron, magnesium, potassium, calcium, and sodium.
The United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 2 aims to stop hunger, attain food security, enhance nutrition, and encourage sustainable agriculture in every part of the world to enhance individual nutritional status via diverse diet.
In sesame, Wrewre & pumpkin seeds we analyze the level of macro, micro-nutrients, crude fat, and antioxidant compounds. The result shows they have good nutritional importance and are high in energy, protein, and minerals, and bad in anti-nutritional factors. They also assist as immune boosters and defensive food against autoimmune disorders triggered by surplus free radicals in our systems.
Government should inaugurate a flagship agricultural revitalization policy and also support farmers to assure seed availability.
There is a necessity to improve knowledge about the availability, abundance, and nutritional value of seeds and how they could be utilized in food formulations and to bolster the traditional diets to decrease malnutrition in communities by improved procedures of seed processing to promote utilization.