Linseeds (also known as Flaxseeds) are a great source of gluten/wheat free fibre. They promote bowel movement by increasing the water content andbulk volume of our stools (number 2’s!), keeping us nice and regular. Most of us don’t eat the recommendedamount offibre. Adding linseed to your diet is an easy, convenient way of increasing your dietary fibre. Start with a teaspoon a day, and increase slowly until you’re having 1-2 tablespoons, spread throughout the day. It’s really important to increase your fluid intake along with your fibre, aim for 8-10 cups of fluid each day. Why not try mixing linseeds with a glass of water? Killing 2 birds with 1 stone! Linseeds, particularly in their ground form, are a great vegetarian source of the Omega 3 essentialfatty acid,Alpha-Linolenic Acid (ALA). Our bodies can’t make ALA, so it is ÿessential’ that we get them from our diet. Add them to salads, muesli, porridge, smoothies. May contain nuts, celery, mustard or sesame seeds. Country of Origin: China Certified Organic by Soil Association.
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Linseeds (also known as Flaxseeds) are a great tasting and versatile source of gluten free fibre, very easily incorporated into a variety of dishes.
They promote bowel movement by increasing the water content and bulk volume of our stools, keeping us nice and regular; It just so happens they are delicious aswell, Win – Win if you ask us!
Most of us don’t eat the recommended amount of fibre, Adding linseed to your diet is an easy, convenient and above all else tasty way of increasing your dietary fibre.
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