- — Non-GMO, Organic, Raw
- — Vegan
Benefits of Mixed Seeds + Ways to Eat Them
We are thrilled to present Food to Live’s Organic Raw Seed Mix – the ultimate trio of superfood seeds. It consists of equal parts of Organic Golden Flax Seeds, Organic Black Chia Seeds, and Organic Hemp Hearts all united by rich fiber and Omega-3 content. This mix is USDA Organic, Non-GMO, Vegan, 100% Raw, Keto, and contains NO salt or additives.
Organic Super Seed Mix Benefits
Seeds are often overlooked in people’s diets and we believe it’s not fair. To begin with, Organic Chia, Flax, and Hemp Seeds Mix is loaded with healthy fats, especially Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids which are important for our cardiovascular system. Second, these seeds are an excellent source of plant protein and dietary fiber which promote muscle growth and gut health.
Further, Organic Super Seed Mix by Food to Live is a powerhouse of antioxidants, namely polyphenols which may have anti-inflammatory properties. Apart from that, Chia, Flax, and Hemp Seeds provide fair amounts of Copper, Manganese, Thiamine and Magnesium. Organic Superseed Blend will make a perfect addition to Vegan, Keto, and Paleo diets.
Organic Superseed Blend Versatile Uses
Organic Raw Mix with Chia, Flax, Hemp Seeds boasts a pleasant nutty flavor and a satisfying crunchy bite. It makes an amazing Organic Raw Cereal topper that you can also sprinkle over smoothies, salads, oatmeal, sandwiches, and ice cream. Further, it’s a great ingredient for homemade no-bake energy treats or protein bars. Besides, Organic Seed Blend will be a wonderful addition to baked goodies like bread, crackers, cookies, cakes, and muffins. Moreover, the seeds from this mix will also complement many dressings, sauces, and dips.
Shopping in Bulk
At Food to Live, we offer Organic Raw Superseed Mix bulk, so you can stock up while paying less per unit. But if you are looking for separate ingredients from this blend in larger sizes, check out foodinbulk.com
Keep this Superseed Blend in a tightly sealed container in a cool dry place. If you are planning to store it long-term, consider putting the seeds in a fridge or a freezer.