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.
No! Linseed comes from a far shorter plant than Flaxseed, however nutritionally they are almost identical.
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.