Organic Whole Flax Seeds for Better Health Now!
Organic Flax Seeds contain both lignans and essential fatty acids (EFAs). EFAs that are essential for maintaining good health by acting as building blocks in cell membranes and aiding in the production of hormone-like substances that are necessary for energy metabolism.
Plant lignans are converted in the colon by bacterial fermentation into a form of lignans that can be used by animals and people.
Information on Nutritional Foods – Whole Organic Flax Seeds
Studies confirm that ground Flax Seed promotes good intestinal and cardiovascular health. In addition Flax Seed also has anti-viral, anti-bacterial, and anti-tumor properties.
Fresh ground Flax Seed is a must in any health care program. Our Organic Flax Seed is natural and organic containing many important nutrients. It is an important source of polyunsaturated fatty acids, including Omega-3 and 6, essential fatty acids (EFAs) that are vital for maintaining good health by acting as building blocks in cell membranes. EFAs also aid in the production of hormone-like substances that are necessary for energy metabolism. Flax Seed will speed up metabolism to burn off excess calories and fat.
Furthermore phenolic acids, hemicelluloses and very high levels of lignans which are phytonutrients that act as antioxidants are found in ground Flax Seed, along with protein, mucilage, and minerals such as: calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, and zinc as well as many other trace minerals.
Golden Food Grade Organic Flax Seeds are carefully chosen for nutritional value and taste! Which is better for you? Whole or ground flax seed? Ground flax seeds provide more nutritional benefits than do whole seeds. That’s because flax seeds are very hard, making them difficult to crack, even with careful chewing. Grinding flax seeds breaks them up, making them easier to digest. Then the body can profit from all that flax seed goodness. If eaten whole, many flax seeds pass undigested through the body, reducing the nutritional value of eating flax seed in the first place.
How do I grind the seeds?
Our Organic Flax Seeds are easy to grind, and you most likely have the right tool in your kitchen. Grind Flax Seeds at home using a coffee grinder, food processor or blender. Like coffee beans, you can grind Flax Seeds coarsely or finely but, generally, recipes call for finely ground flax seed.
How should I store Flax Seeds and for how long will they keep?
Whole Flax Seeds come with Nature’s own finest packaging – its natural hard hull to keep it fresh. You can store clean, dry, good quality whole Flax Seeds at room temperature for several years. Some people keep a jar of ground flax seed handy on their kitchen counter.
Ground Flax Seeds
All vegetable products require some care in handling and storing. Once you grind flax seed, it can start to lose some of its freshness. That’s why it’s best to grind flax seed as you need it. This ensures its keeps all of its natural goodness. After grinding, refrigerate what you don’t use in an airtight container. Ground flax seed handled this way should keep for up to several weeks.
Flax Seeds are an important source of polyunsatured fatty acids, including omega-3, plus Magnesium, Zinc and dietary fiber. They also contain protein, mucilage, lignans and phytosterol that are naturally included at 100 times the level of the next best source, wheat bran.
Protein 24 %
Moisture 4 %
Crude Fiber 8 %
Total Carbohydrate 32.5 %
Ash 3.4 % Total Fat 38 %
Saturated 3 %
Mono unsaturated 6 %
Polyunsaturated 29 %
Linoleic Acid 7 %
Linolenic Acid 22 %
Our Whole Organic Flax Seed comes in a 5 pound resealable package. These seeds can also be planted to grow your own beautiful flax seed.
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