Sunday, 15 March 2015

Power Of 3 Nutrition.. Seed Blends!!

absolutely love these products, I love that they're so easy to ad to foods. I like to ad them to yougurts and smoothies mostly. 

They're an organic, gluten-free, whole-food energy source! A delicious OMEGA 3 SEED BLEND of Pumpkin Seeds, Hemp Seeds, Chia Seeds, Milled Flax Seeds And Spices.
It's so easy to boost meals with a perfect blend of seeds. Sprinkle PowerBlend on everyday foods, Nothing’s processed, nothing’s artificial, and the blend contains 3x more fiber and protein than flaxseed alone.
  • OMEGA 3s – 2800mg of clarity, focus and brain-boosting benefits.
  • PROTEIN – 9g promotes sustained energy and blood sugar balance.
  • FIBER – 7g contributes to a healthy heart and circulatory system.

Pumpkin Seeds:

The pumpkin plant, along with its seeds, has been used in the traditional medicine of many countries, including India and Mexico. Pumpkin seeds promote good prostate health and offer anti-inflammatory and cholesterol-lowering benefits. Subtly sweet and nutty with a somewhat chewy texture, pumpkin seeds are lower in fat than other seeds and offer essential minerals like iron, magnesium, and potassium. Pumpkin seeds also contain protective compounds called phytosterols, which likely contribute to their known prostate and heart health benefits.

Hemp Seeds:

The hulled version of the seed is soft and easy to chew and tastes a bit like pine nuts or sunflower seeds. Hemp seeds are an excellent source of essential fatty acids and contain all nine essential amino acids, making them a complete protein source. Plus, the protein in hemp seeds is very easy to digest.

Chia Seeds:

Chia comes from a desert plant in Mexico called Salvia hispanica and is packed with omega-3 fatty acids, carbohydrates, protein, dietary fiber, antioxidants, and calcium. These tiny black and white seeds were used long ago by Mayan and Aztec cultures to boost energy. Because they have a mild, nutty flavor, chia seeds are easy to add to a variety of foods and drinks. When mixed with water they create a gel that’s touted to be a weight-loss pudding that helps control hunger.

Flax seeds:

Cultivated in Babylon as early as 3000 BC, flaxseeds have long been known to provide medicinal benefits. Rich in omega-3 fatty acids, dietary fiber, and lignans (beneficial plant compounds), recent studies show flaxseeds may help reduce belly fat and lower your risk of heart disease, cancer, stroke, and diabetes. Flaxseeds are widely available in products. When adding them to foods it’s best to eat them in the ground form for better absorption of the nutrients.
These cost $9.95 each. There are other varieties available. Check out the website for more information

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