Organic Linseed

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:

  • Improves digestion, reduces bloating & prevents constipation
  • May improve cholesterol and heart health 
  • Reduction in menopause symptoms
  • May also improve blood glucose control 



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:

  • Omega-3 fatty acids
  • Manganese, thiamin (Vitamin B1) & magnesium
  • Phosphorus, copper & selenium
  • Vitamin B6, iron, folate & potassium



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


  • 1 tablespoon of ghee or coconut oil
  • 2 cups of alternate milk
  • 3 tablespoons of chia seeds
  • 3 tablespoons of linseeds
  • 1/2 tablespoon of honey or maple syrup

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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