Yellow pumpkins are an excellent source of vitamins A and K and contain vitamin C, fiber, and potassium. The pumpkins also provide folate, vitamin E, and iron, which have been shown to help protect the immune system.
The antioxidants found in pumpkin are important for skin health.Pumpkin has specific nutrients that are good for heart health.
It is nutrient-dense, meaning it has lots of vitamins and minerals and relatively few calories.
They should be stored in a cool place, such as your garage. Store pumpkins upside down (so the stalk is on the bottom). Don't place them directly onto the floor – use a piece of cardboard as a mat for the pumpkin. Stored this way, pumpkins can last up to 3-4 months.