Bob's Red Mill Raw Whole Golden Flaxseed

Bob's Red Mill® Raw Whole Golden Flaxseed. Premium. An Employee-Owned Company. To Your Good Health®. Packed With Potential. Gluten Free™. Net Wt 24 oz (1 LB 8 OZ) 680 g. Dear Friends, Nowadays, so many of the products you find in grocery stores are processed to the point that they can barely be considered food at all. Sometimes you can't even pronounce half of the things in the ingredients list! At Bob's Red Mill, we don't do it that way. When it comes to grains, beans and seeds, we think nature got it right. In their original state, these wholesome foods provide a magnificent combination of nutrients that are essential to health. We honor this innate perfection by keeping out foods simple, and our flaxseeds are an excellent example of that practice. They are simply seeds from the flax plant, with nothing added and nothing removed. Offering 8 grams of fiber per serving and boasting a wonderfully nutty flavor, these precious seeds are as nourishing as they are delicious. Pure and simple. Those are the perfect words to describe Bob's Red Mill Golden Flaxseed. Take a look at the ingredients or rather, the ingredient. That;s right. There's only one: Whole golden flaxseed. It doesn't get much simpler than that. And we think that's just how it should be. Tested and confirmed Gluten Free in our quality control laboratory. The wisdom of the ages: Flax has been prized since ancient times. Its Latin name, Linum usitatissimum, means "most useful." Hippocrates, the Father of Medicine, prescribed flax to patients with intestinal issued. King Charlemagne was so convinced of its benefits that he passed laws requiring his subjects to consume flaxseeds. The science of today: Today, the nutritional data backs up the wisdom of the ancients. There is agreement among experts of all sorts that folks should consume more omega-3 fatty acids to promote good health. Three tablespoons of Bob's Red Mill Golden Flaxseed offers 5790 mg of omega-3s. What's more, each serving provides 8 grams of fiber and 6 grams of protein. Though golden in color, golden flaxseeds have no significant nutritional differences from their brown counterparts, making them a just as valuable addition to your diet as the more common brown flax. It's no wonder so many nutritionists, not to mention Bob himself, urge you to add flaxseed to your daily diet. Straight from the source: Sure, there are omega-3s and fiber in pill and powder form. You can also inhale oxygen from a tank, but wouldn't you rather breathe fresh air from the great outdoors We just believe that eating the whole seed, as nature intended, serves your body and soul best. Visit