Linseeds are often used as part of a home Baking ingredient in Bread, breakfast bars or cakes, and have a subtle nutty, slightly earthy flavour. These relatively chewy Seeds are abundant in essential Vitamins, Minerals, Antioxidants and monounsaturated Fatty Acids. like oleic acid.
Is linseed the same as flaxseed?
No! Linseed comes from a far shorter plant than Flaxseed, however nutritionally they are almost identical.
What is linseed good for?
Linseeds have often been referred to as a natural alternative to hormone replacement therapy, due to their high content of plant chemicals known as phytoestrogens. They are also a rich source of omega 3 Essential Fatty Acids, which are vital for a healthy Brain & Mind, Immune System, and your Joints & Bones.