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This Product = Gluten Free - Dairy Free - Nut Free - Paleo - Vegan - Vegetarian - Pescetarian - Low FODMAP - Ketogenic
- High in soluble and insoluble fibre which helps to reduce the reate of food emptying from the stomach into the small intestine, which can increase nutrient absorption and make you feel fuller.
- The insoluble fibre can help to reduce blood cholesterol levels.
- High sourse of plant-based omega-3 fatty acids (anti-inflammation pathways)
Common Uses Add to smoothies, top cereal, salad and recipes like bliss balls
Nutritional Aspects Linseed meal is just the meal created when grinding linseeds (flax seeds), therefore, on a micronutrient level, it provides similar significant amounts of thiamin, magnesium, manganese, copper, phosphorous, selenium, iron, zinc, calcium, potassium, folate and vitamin B6. While the fibre content is slightly reduced, linseed email still contains a good balance of macronutrients with 29g/100g Carbohydrate (25g of this is fibre), 18g/100g protein and 42g/100g natural fatty acids (most of which is omega-3 fatty acids).
Recipe Rye, Oat & Flaxseed Berry Muffins http://www.jessicacox.com.au/recipe/2013/4/10/rye-oat-flaxseed-berry-muffins-/
Weight: 250gm, 500gm, 1Kg