The Linseed Blog

May 2015

Do Food Labels Help Balance Your Omegas - Mental Health Awareness Month

The importance of balancing your Omega 3 & 6. Do food labels give you the right information? Omega 3 and new life!

Lipids - Mental Health Awareness

Paper two, the fat in food, industrial and home adulteration. The brain is 60% fat and it is so important to have the right fats at the right balance.

Mental Health Awareness

1st of our blogs in-line with Mental Health Awareness: Mental health issues may be looked upon as, depression, dementia, Alzheimer’s, ADHD and dyslexia and other conditions reliant on brain cell communication.

Why You Do NOT need Krill!

The omega 3 from linseed is called alpha linolenic acid (ALA). ALA is an essential fat not produced in the body. ALA is the parent Omega 3 oil with so many additional benefits over fish type oils. The omega 3 in the fish oils are different, they are called EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid); these are not essential fats because these can be made in the body.

Say No to Krill oil, and Yes to Linseed/Flaxseed

Linseed (Flaxseed) Vs Krill Oil - Unlike Krill, Linseed can be stored, milled and pressed on demand with little impact on the environment and without depriving Baleen whales of their supper. This ability to store Linseed means we provide fresh oil and milled seeds for you.