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Sunflower Seeds, Chia Seeds and Flax Seeds
"Sunflower seeds, despite their deceptively small size and simple appearance, pack a nutritious punch. This makes them a great food choice for any meal, but particularly for a quick snack during the day when you need to recharge your batteries.
High in protein - a great protein source for vegans
A natural source of energy
High in fibre, which helps promote good digestive health
Sunflower seeds are a good source of Vitamin E, an antioxidant that protects cell linings from damage.
Vitamin B-6 is a workhorse that helps with red blood cell formation, hormone stability, immune system function, and skin health.
Earthy and fruity with a mild toasted flavor, sunflower seeds are a tasty way to reduce inflammation and promote heart health. High in Protein & Rich in Omega 3" The Food Folks' chia seeds are the richest source of vitamins and minerals, as well as dietary fibre, protein, antioxidants, and omega-3 fatty acids of any vegetable. Chia seeds can aid in joint pain relief, weight loss, increased energy, and the prevention of serious diseases like the heart disease. Chia seeds are gluten-free, which is especially advantageous for gluten-intolerant individuals.
Rich in antioxidants that help protect the body from free radicals and aging.
A rich source of manganese and phosphorus, which helps regulate blood pressure.
Calcium can be found in high percentages in chia seeds, which makes them incredibly beneficial for the strength and health of your bones and teeth
Chia seeds contain a high level of protein, with none of the nasty cholesterol
Chia seeds also have a high concentration of omega-3 fatty acids. This improves the function and overall health of your brain. Flax has been grown for centuries and has been sung about for its widespread use all over the world. The Food Folks’ flax seeds are one of the best plant-based omega-3 fatty acid sources,combining an unrivalled dose of gut-strengthening fibre with a heart-healthy fat blend. Flax seeds contain lignans, a type of plant chemical that may play a role in effectively lowering bad LDL cholesterol.
Flax is a fibrous, small seed. Flaxseed fibre has been shown to improve digestive health, lower cholesterol, and even reduce the risk of heart disease and diabetes.
Flax produces lignans, which are heart-healthy and can help control cholesterol.
Flax seeds contain the highest concentration of plant-based Omega 3s, which are anti-inflammatory and beneficial to the brain.
Flax seeds are high in magnesium, which aids in bone health, mood, and sleep
The soluble fibre in flax seeds reduces food absorption in your colon, making you feel fuller for longer and helping in weight loss."
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