Flax, also known as common flax or linseed, is a flowering plant, Linum usitatissimum, in the family Linaceae , that grows in countries all over Asia, Europe, and the Mediterranean. These seeds are usually golden yellow to reddish-brown and contain phytoestrogen. Flaxseeds also have oil and soluble fibre.
GOODB roasted flax seeds are of premium quality, superior nutritional value, are 100% natural. GOODB basil seeds are tested against industry’s quality parameters. Available in a pack of 200 grams, these premium quality seeds are sold in a food safety pouch and are hygienically packed in a unit that meets global food safety standards.
Flax seeds are 7% water, 18% protein, 29% carbohydrates, and 42% fat. In 100 grams as a reference amount, flax seeds provide 534 kilocalories and contain high levels of protein, dietary fiber, several B vitamins, and dietary minerals. Lignans, antioxidants, fibre, protein, and polyunsaturated fatty acids like alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), or omega-3, are all found in flaxseed. These nutrients may assist in reducing the risk of a variety of diseases.
A healthy alternative for vegetarians, vegans, paleo and ketogenic looking to add more protein to their diet. Flax seeds are especially rich in thiamine, magnesium, and phosphorus. It's used as a dietary supplement to help people avoid constipation, diabetes, high cholesterol, heart disease, cancer, and a variety of other ailments.
Store in cool and dry place, avoid using wet spoon to handle this product. Comes in a handy zipper stand-up pouch.
Adding the consumption of 25 grams roasted flax seeds to your daily routine is essential.
Benefits Of Roasted Flax Seed:
- High in Omega-3 fatty acids
- May helps protect against cancer
- Helpful for women going under menopause
- Reduces the risk of osteoporosis
- High content of lignans, which acts as anti-oxidants.
- Improves laxation and prevents constipation
Uses Of Roasted Flax Seed:
- Add to baked goods such as bread or muffins.
- Mix with yogurt or oatmeal for a healthy breakfast or snack.
- Use as a topping for salads, soups, or stews.
- Blend into a smoothie or juice for added nutrition.
- Use as a natural egg substitute in baking.