Linseed oil in the diet is an excellent source of two essential fatty acids, ie essential fatty acids that the human body can not produce only and therefore should be taken with food: linoleic and linolenic acid. Linseed oil contains 50% - 60% linolenic (n-3) and about 17% linoleic acid (omega-6). In addition to generous amounts of essential fatty acids, flaxseed linseed oil also contains a group of substances fitoestrogenov called lignans. Lignans act as antioxidants, research has shown, however, that should have beneficial effects on the body. As a good source of unprocessed linseed oil and fiber can also enjoy flax seeds, but the seeds should be ground just before intake, because otherwise remain undigested.
Fine linseed oil, sweet flavor, suitable for potatoes in their jackets with cottage cheese for salads and soups improvement. (With a special filtration system deprived of bitterness!).
Saving linseed oil
Linseed oil is due to the high content of unsaturated fatty acids are very perishable. Is sensitive to heat, light and air. Oils of the highest quality are produced at low temperatures (cold pressed) and in the absence of light, air and high temperatures and stored in a dark, opaque packaging. Linseed oil is best stored in the refrigerator when purchasing, we must be attentive to the expiration date. A faulty oil has a strong odor and bad taste, of course.
Ingredients: 100% cold-pressed linseed oil.
From controlled organic production; Control town DE-Öko-013
Average nutrient in 100 g:
Energy value per 100 ml: 3415kJ (830 kcal), protein 0 g, Carbohydrates 0g, fat 92.3 g (of which saturates 8 g monounsaturated fatty acids 18.4 g polyunsaturated fatty acids 65.9 g of which 14.7 g of linoleic acid, linolenic acid, 51.2 g), Cholesterol 0 mg.
Capacity: 250 ml
Manufacturer: Byodo, Germany