Nutritious seeds are a great addition to your diet as they contain important fatty acids, digestion-improving fibres and proteins that make you feel more full. In addition, they are extremely easy to use to support a versatile diet by themselves or added to porridge, smoothies or yoghurt. On this page, you can find more detailed information about different seeds and their benefits!

FLAX SEEDS FOR YOUR STOMACH

Reddish brown flax seeds are high in fibre, contribute to abdominal and intestinal health and help with digestive issues and weight management. Try flax seeds with your yoghurt!

 

PUMPKIN SEEDS FULL OF IRON

Pumpkin seeds contain a hefty dose of protein and minerals, and a particularly large amount of iron. They’re also said to help you sleep! They taste great e.g. roasted on a salad.

Sunny sunflower seeds

Sunflower seeds have a mildly roasted flavour and they contain plenty of iron, magnesium, zinc and selenium – among other nutrients. This power seed is high in protein and ideal for sprouting and baking!

Try it out:

Gluten-free Oat & Sunflower Seed Crisbread

SESAME SEEDS, A CALCIUM BOMB

Sesame seeds contain a lot of protein, calcium and other minerals, fibre, vitamin B and vitamin E. Their wonderful flavour is often best when the seeds are roasted. Great seed for enriching your diet!

Chia: a power seed

Tiny chia seeds contain a lot of minerals, vitamins, fibres, antioxidants and proteins. They are also an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids. Oh, and did you know that chia seeds can absorb up to 9 times more water?

Try it out:

Gluten-free Chia & Quinoa Seed Crispbread

 

HIGH IN PROTEIN: QUINOA

Naturally gluten-free quinoa is a grain-like plant whose seeds have a mild flavour, and they’re good for your stomach and full of nutrients. Quinoa contains iron, phosphorus and plenty of protein, among other things. A great add-on to pastries, pies and salads!

Try it out:

Gluten-free Chia & Quinoa Seed Crispbread

 

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