Did you know that Linseed and Flaxseed are the exact same seed but with a different name? Linseed's claim to fame is its digestion boosting properties, perfect for those with irritable bowels and/or a leaky gut. Partner that with a lot of vitamins and minerals, and you've got yourself a super seed.
Linseed is a fantastic addition to your whole foods diet as health experts believe it has a great lineup of potential health benefits:
Linseeds are an excellent source of fibre and low in carbohydrates. But thats not all this superfood has to offer. It is also rich in:
Linseeds can be eaten whole but are most beneficial when ground up into a meal, or sprouted. This allows your body to absorb the most amount of nutrients as possible.
Ground linseed/flaxseed are an excellent addition to your smoothies, muesli and yoghurt, nut and seed bars, and are a fantastic egg substitute. Linseeds can be used in hot cereal, and can be cooked into other foods like casseroles and meatloaf and a great addition to your baked goods.
Chia Linseed Hot Pudding
Top with hemp seeds, berries or our Paleo Hero Primal Muesli.
Directions: Add coconut oil/ghee to a saucepan on medium heat. Stir in milk, chia and linseed and stir until thick. Transfer to a bowl and add the toppings of your choice. Enjoy!
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