ORGANIC BROWN FLAXSEED
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What are Organic Brown Flax Seeds?
Organic Brown Flax Seeds are cultivated from the pretty blue-flowering flax plant. Providing a powerful nutritional profile, so powerful in fact that even Mahatma Gandhi famously said “Wherever flaxseeds become a regular food item among the people, there will be better health”.
Although they were originally found in places such as Asia, they are now used globally in smoothies, porridge and bakes due to them having the ability to be grown in cooler climates.
The little brown seeds contain a respectable nutritional profile containing 18.3g of protein, 42.1g of fat and 1.58g of carbs per 100g. Featuring healthy fats such as polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fat.
Organic Brown Flaxseed Health Benefits?
Today Organic Brown Flaxseeds can be found in different forms such as powders, oils, and even tablets, though they much better and more versatile in their purest form as a simple seed. Although these seeds are small, don't underestimate them, they are well a truly a mighty force in sports nutrition and contain a number of different nutritional health benefits that may help those who enjoy to keep themselves fit and healthy. See below to find out what these little delicious gems are hiding inside.
- Protein - Contributes to a growth in muscle mass and maintenance of normal bones.
- Monounsaturated and Polyunsaturated Fat - Replacing saturated fats with unsaturated fats in the diet has been shown to lower blood cholesterol.
- Fibre - Contributes to the normal function of our bowels.
- Alpha-linolenic Acid - Contributes to the maintenance of normal blood cholesterol levels.
- Magnesium - Contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue, normal protein synthesis and normal muscle function.
- Vitamin B6 - Contributes to the regulation of hormonal activity, reduction of tiredness and fatigue and the functioning of the nervous system.
Are Organic Brown Flax Seeds Healthy?
Organic Brown Flax Seeds are incredibly healthy and offers excellent nutrition for those that like to keep healthy and fit. As they are 100% pure, nothing added or take away, you can snack with confidence knowing that you're only putting whole ingredients into your body. The nutritional benefits these small but mighty seeds can give you are perfect if you're looking to maintain and grow muscle mass.
How to Eat Organic Brown Flaxseeds?
You may have seen Flaxseeds on the bottles of well-known smoothie brands, and you're right in thinking they are incredibly versatile. They have a very subtle taste meaning that when adding them to smoothies, protein shakes or bakes that it won't change the insane flavours (if you've got a TPW™ Protein Shake, that is) so adding them only increases the nutritional profile.
In fact, in the TPW™ community alone, there has been so many awesome flaxseed infused recipes shared on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and THE LOCKER ROOM™. This includes sprinkling it on TPW™ Protein Porridge, TPW™ Protein Pancakes or TPW™ Protein Granola. Others like to add it to their cereal, yoghurt and cottage cheese.
When to Eat Organic Brown Flaxseed?
Flaxseeds can provide your body with important nutrients so whether you add them to your breakfast or a salad bowl it's up to you. Organic Brown Flaxseed also plays an important role in reducing those boredom eating cravings, pop them on your desk at work to help boost you through the day and save you from not just boredom but hunger too! Or just incorporate them into your daily meals to help you hit your macros.
What do Organic Brown Flaxseed Taste like?
Organic Brown Flaxseeds have an earthy undertone to their taste, as well as an earthy aroma. They provide a very subtle balance for your tastebuds meaning that when adding them to recipes they won't overpower other ingredients. Some say they also have a very little nutty hint to them too, but this really comes down to personal taste buds.
Where Does Organic Brown Flaxseed Come From?
The exact origins of flaxseed are hard to say. It's believed the earliest archaeological evidence of wild flax seeds comes from 8000 BC Europe. But it wasn?t until 6000 BC when larger sites of cultivated flaxseeds were found. Nutritional historians, therefore, believe we began farming flaxseeds from 6000 BC onwards. Now, because of the cooler climates in which the flax plant can be grown, flax seeds are grown all over the world.
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12 August 2017
Im looking into Protein etc and just discovered The Protein Works site...( i know... i Know... where have you been man...get with the program.) I placed an order for a few items these Flax (linseed) being one, I read the 18.3grams of protein per serving and they recommend 10 to 20 a day as a serving... however its not stated that the blurb for the per serving is 100g to get to there 18.3g figure... Doh...
So a typical serving of 10g of seeds gives only 1.8g of protein so the 20g, needless to say would be 3.66g of protein.
Another note is the site description as obviously not in a pouch its a tub and no scoop included... think powder and tub discription a little crossed over there, Or originally camein pouches.
The product itself is good, very slight and you have to stick your nose in the tub to get the hint of linseed no bad thing unlike a bottle of linseed oil for treating wood.
Very Subdued flavour so no issues of tainting a shake etc, not much protein as mentioned but your getting good Poly-unsaturated fats, Fibre, Omega 3, Potassium, Calcium, Phosphorus, ( no i don't expect to glow in the dark or fear exploding) Magnesium, Iron, Vitamin B1 & B2. So a Little top up there.
Personally i purchased these for topping the morning Porridge along with my usual banana and often blueberries, can be used for many other things im sure and certainly make an easy finger snack simply by themselves.
Will have to look into the recipe side of these.
All in all a simple cheap healthy product to add some variety to whatever you please think ill sprinkle some on a salad next time.
23 July 2015
These have a pleasant mild nutty flavour to them and even work well to add texture to protein desserts and mousse, I find flax a great product for providing extra fibre to aid overall digestion on my ketogenic style diet.
This is also a great product to add to DIY weight gainer protein shakes to bump up the calorie content.
They are very small seeds so i find a little goes a long way in adding overall texture and flavour to a range of protein based meals.
I will be using these in combination with the Organic Chia Seeds to add more micro nutrients and quality calories to maintain my ketogenic state and to bulk with in the off-season.
The seeds also combine well with some Cacao Nibs when making healthy home made protein bars with TPW Whey Protein 80.
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We recommend you consume 10-20g per day. They are incredibly versatile and can be added to any food. Sprinkle on TPW™ Protein Porridge, TPW™ Protein Pancakes or TPW™ Protein Granola.
Extra Tips on Using Flaxseed
- Use as a breakfast Topper on your favourite cereal, yoghurt, cottage cheese.
- Bake into biscuits, muffins and cookies or homemade flapjacks.
- Sprinkle over your daily meals.
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Q. What is Organic Brown Flaxseed?
A. Organic Brown Flaxseed comes from the seeds of the flax or linseed.
Q. What are the main reasons for using Organic Brown Flaxseed?
A. To add a quality source of fibre and increase your calorie intake through essential fatty acids ( EFAs)
Q. What does Organic Brown Flaxseed taste like?
A. It has a light nutty taste.
Q. Is all Organic Brown Flaxseed the same no matter what brand you use?
A. As with so many things in life, if you don't ask the right questions, you won't get the right answers! The quality of ingredient can vary significantly and therefore the potency will do too. In addition, just because a product may be called pure it doesn't mean that it necessarily is. We recommend you read the ingredients and nutritionals on the label to better understand exactly what you are buying. We can assure you that our products are 100% pure. At TPW™, we are committed to transparency and openness in all our products and that is why we provide a 'Product Profile' for flax seed which gives a complete overview of the product's background including our approval, location of manufacture and money back guarantee applicability.
Q. How can I tell if the flax seed powder I buy is good quality?
A. Look for the Certificate of Analysis which will give you the assurance that what you are buying is what it says it is.
Q. Can I use flax seed powder with other supplements?
A. The simple answer is yes. We recommend you always check serving instructions on each product if you plan on taking a combination of supplements. Flax seed contains a rich source of Omega 3 essential fatty acids, so is an excellent source for anyone looking to add calories to their diet.
Q. What if any side effects will I get from taking Organic Brown Flaxseed?
A. We haven't heard of any nasty side effects from taking TPW™ Organic Brown Flaxseed.
Q. Who should take / benefit from using Organic Brown Flaxseed?
A. Anyone looking for a healthy snack.