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Flax

Flax contains a high concentration of omega-3 essential fatty acids.  You will gain more health benefits from flax seeds if you grind them before consuming them, this allows for greater nutritional absorption.  Brown and gold flax have the same nutritional value – just a slightly different flavour; brown is more mild while gold is more intense. Quick Facts: - High in protein, fibre, vitamins and omega 3 fatty acids -The chemical free soil and crop rotations used in organic farming help ensure the high quality of nutrients in organic flax

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Lentils

Lentils are a great source of protein and iron, making them a smart choice for vegetarians.   When cooked, they will take on the flavors of whatever you are cooking with (sort of like celery or eggplant). Quick Facts: -Lentils contain virtually no fat – they fill you up, not out! -Lentils also have a high content of magnesium.  -Lentils are a great choice for pregnant, menstruating or lactating women as they will help restore sufficient iron to the body.  Growing children and adolescents also need lots of iron to help them, well, grow.  Calling all women and children: Eat lots...

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Oats

Our Daybreak Mill oats have not been steam or heat treated during processing, so they are considered a raw food.  Raw foods retain their full nutritional value throughout processing.  Consuming oat products has been shown to lower cholesterol levels in the body due to their high content of a special fiber called beta-glucan.  Oats are good for the heart and cardiovascular system.   Quick Facts: -In 2010, Agriculture and Agri-food Canada said that Canada produced more oats than any other country -Oats are most common in livestock feed -Oats are used in the United Kingdom for brewing beer -Storing your...

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