Chia Flax Blend

Chia Flax blend combines the nutrients of Chia seeds & Flax seeds, offering about 3.85 grams of Omega-3 (ALA) per serving. The blend is raw, vegan, gluten free, and tastes delicious. Add to smoothies, salads, and your favorite baking recipes to boost your diet!

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Chia Flax Coconut Blend

Chia Flax blend combines the nutrients of Chia seeds & Flax seeds, offering about 3.85 grams of Omega-3 (ALA) per serving. The blend is raw, vegan, gluten free, and tastes delicious. Add to smoothies, salads, and your favorite baking recipes to boost your diet!

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Chia Flax Coconut Cacao Blend

Chia Flax blend combines the nutrients of Chia seeds & Flax seeds, offering about 3.85 grams of Omega-3 (ALA) per serving. The blend is raw, vegan, gluten free, and tastes delicious. Add to smoothies, salads, and your favorite baking recipes to boost your diet!

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Chia Seeds – Black

Chia, also known as Salvia Hispanica, is considered by many nutritionists as the world most complete Superfood. The plant grows in Central and South America and is known for being an excellent source of omega, dietary fibers, antioxidants, and protein.

  • Chia Seeds – Black

    The Chia seeds were considered as a power food by the Aztec civilization that were using it as a staple food. It was also considered to give their warrior additional strength and power.

    The Chia is an herbaceous plant growing purple and white flower clusters. It requires moderately fertile soils to grow in good conditions and delivers small seeds 0.039 in diameter. Once harvested, the seeds go through a cleaning and sorting process. A careful selection ensures that only the best seeds are then packed into the retail units. The chia seeds are neutral in taste, and they can be used in smoothies, yogurts, juices, salads, baking recipes to add a healthy boost!

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    Chia is considered a novel food. Chia is a good source of protein and omega-3 fatty acids. A 100-gram serving provides at least 50% of thiamine, niacin, iron, magnesium, manganese, and phosphorous needed on daily basis. It has an interesting property of expanding 12x its size when soaked, making it a perfect compliment to a sweet beverage.

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  • Chia Raspberry Pudding

    Ingredients

    • 16 oz Fresh Raspberries
    • 1 1/2 cups Coconut Milk
    • 1/4 cup Honey
    • 1 Vanilla Bean
    • 3/4 tsp grated Lime Zest
    • 1/2 cup Chia Seeds

    Preparation

    1. In a blender combine raspberries, coconut milk, vanilla, lime zest, and honey. Blend until smooth. Sweeten to taste.
    2. Pour contents of blender into a bowl and top with Chia seeds. Fold mixture, cover and allow mixture to sit in the refrigerator so flavors can marry.
    3. In 4 hrs check consistency. If too thick whisk in more coconut milk.
    4. Remove and enjoy.

Chia Seeds – White

Chia, also known as Salvia Hispanica, is considered by many nutritionists as the worlds most complete Superfood. The plant grows in Central and South America and is known for being an excellent source of omega, dietary fibers, antioxidants and protein. White Chia will complete your line of super seeds and bring additional sales to your Super seeds category.

  • Chia Seeds – White

    The Chia seeds were considered as a Power food by the Aztec civilization that were using it as a staple food, it was also considered to give their warrior additional strength and power.

    The Chia is an herbaceous plant growing purple and white flower clusters. It requires moderately fertile soils to grow in good conditions and delivers small seeds of around 0.039 in diameter. Once harvested, the seeds go through a cleaning and sorting process. A careful selection ensures that only the best seeds are then packed into the retail units. The chia seeds are neutral in taste, and they can be used in smoothies, yogurts, juices, salads, baking recipes to add a healthy boost!

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    Chia is considered a novel food. Chia is a good source of protein and omega-3 fatty acids. A 100-gram serving provides at least 50% of thiamine, niacin, iron, magnesium, manganese, and phosphorous needed on daily basis. It has an interesting property of expanding 12x its size when soaked, making it a perfect compliment to a sweet beverage.

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Chia Seeds Flour

Chia Flour is a recent addition to the chia product line and is great for application in the baking category. Like the chia seeds, the chia flour is an excellent source of omegas and dietary fibers while also containing antioxidants and protein.

  • Chia Seeds Flour

    The chia seeds, once cleaned and sorted, go through a process where the oil is removed from the seeds to get only what is left: the chia flour. The flour is neutral in taste and ideal to boost your baking recipes in nutritional benefits. Like the Brown Chia Seeds, the Brown Chia Flour is an excellent source of omegas and dietary fibers while also containing antioxidants and protein.

    The Chia seeds were considered as a Power food by the Aztec civilization that were using it as a staple food, it was also considered to give their warrior additional strength and power. This plants is considered by many nutritionist as one of the world most complete Superfood. The Chis grows in Central and South America and is known for being an excellent source of omegas and dietary fibers while also containing antioxidants and protein.

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    Chia is considered a novel food. Chia is a good source of protein and omega-3 fatty acids. A 100-gram serving provides at least 50% of thiamine, niacin, iron, magnesium, manganese, and phosphorous needed on daily basis. It has an interesting property of expanding 12x its size when soaked, making it a perfect compliment to a sweet beverage.

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Hemp Protein Powder

Hemp Seeds are source of protein, omega-3, omega-6, fiber and minerals. Our Hemp Protein powder is available in Organic and Non-GMO certified. Add the powder to smoothies and favorite baking recipes to boost your fiber and protein daily intake.

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Hemp Seeds, Shelled

Hemp Seeds are source of protein, omega-3, omega-6, fiber and minerals. To obtain our Hulled Hemp Seeds, we remove the shell from the seed and keep only the hemp heart which is known to have a nutty flavor and being very smooth. Our Hulled Hemp Seeds are available in Organic or Non-GMO varieties. Add Seeds to smoothies, salads, cereal and yogurts to boost your diet.

  • Hemp Seeds, Shelled

    This superfood from Canada is constantly growing in popularity within the Western cultures as an addition to your daily diet. There are 46 varieties of Hemp among which the “sativa” that provides the highest fiber content which seeds are used as a food.

    This plant, cultivated for centuries to make textile, paper, ropes, plastic and many other applications, is now promoted for its health benefits such as high content in proteins and omega. Hemp is usually seeded between May and June to be harvested about 4 months after.
    These seeds can be enjoyed out of the bag or added to your smoothies, breakfasts, breads, salads and many other healthy recipes!

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    Hemp seeds are a complete protein. They are also a good source for omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids. It promotes healthy cellular development, and has properties including: reducing cholesterol and blood pressure, containing anti-inflammatory, improving circulation, and promoting a healthy immune system. The recommended daily intake is 42 grams.

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  • Trail Mix

    Ingredients

    1 cup Raw Almonds

    1 cup Hemp Seeds

    ½ cup Pumpkin Seeds

    ½ cup Walnuts

    ½ cup of dried cranberries

     

    Preparation

    1. Mix all ingredients in a bag

     

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Hemp Seeds, Toasted

Hemp Seeds are source of protein, omega-3, omega-6, fiber and minerals. To obtain our Toasted Hemp Seeds, we keep the shell from the seed and carefully toast it to make it a delicious crunchy snack. Our Toasted Hemp Seeds are available in Organic or Non-GMO varieties. Add Seeds to salads, cereal and yogurts to boost your diet.

  • Hemp Seeds, Toasted

    There are 46 varieties of Hemp among which the “sativa” that provides the highest fiber content which seeds are used as a food. This plant, cultivated for centuries to make textile, paper, ropes, plastic and many other applications, is now promoted for its health benefits such as high content in proteins and omega. Hemp is usually seeded between May and June to be harvested about 4 months after.

    These seeds can be enjoyed out of the bag or added to your smoothies, yogurts, breakfasts, breads, salads and many other healthy recipes!

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  • Benefits

    Hemp seeds are a complete protein. They are also a good source for omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids. It promotes healthy cellular development, and has properties including: reducing cholesterol and blood pressure, containing anti-inflammatory, improving circulation, and promoting a healthy immune system. The recommended daily intake is 42 grams. Toasted Hemp Seeds are rich in dietary fiber, and most of it is insoluble fiber, which helps in cleansing and nourishing the colon.

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  • Trail Mix

    Trail Mix

    Ingredients

    1 cup Raw Almonds

    1 cup Roasted Hemp Seeds

    ½ cup Pumpkin Seeds

    ½ cup Walnuts

    1/2 cup Dried Cranberries

     

     

    Preparation

    1. Mix all ingredients in a bag

     

    *****Add chocolate chips for an added treat

Milled Black Chia Seeds

The Black Chia Milled is made from black chia seeds, and is great to enhance your smoothies, yogurts and baking recipes. The Black Chia Milled is an excellent source of omega and dietary fibers while also containing antioxidants and protein.

  • Milled Black Chia Seeds

    The chia seeds, once cleaned and sorted, go through a process where the seeds are grinded to get a milled powder. The Black Chia Milled remains neutral in taste and is ideal to boost your baking recipes in nutritional benefits. Like the Black Chia Seeds, the Black Chia Milled is an excellent source of omegas and dietary fibers while also containing antioxidants and protein.

    The Chia seeds were considered as a Power food by the Aztec civilization that were using it as a staple food, it was also considered to give their warrior additional strength and power. This plants is considered by many nutritionist as one of the world most complete Superfood. The Chis grows in Central and South America and is known for being an excellent source of omegas and dietary fibers while also containing antioxidants and protein.

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  • Benefits

    Chia is considered a novel food. Chia is a good source of protein and omega-3 fatty acids. A 100-gram serving provides at least 50% of thiamine, niacin, iron, magnesium, manganese, and phosphorous needed on daily basis. It has an interesting property of expanding 12x its size when soaked, making it a perfect compliment to a sweet beverage.

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Milled Brown Flax Seeds

Brown Flax seeds are the all-natural way to get omega-3, lignans, fiber, trace vitamins and amino acids. Although flax seed is packed with healthy benefits, it owes its superfood properties to its fiber, omega-3 fatty acids and lignans, which have antioxidant qualities. Milled seeds can be added to smoothies, and favorite baking recipes.

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Milled Golden Flax Seeds

Golden Flax seeds are the all-natural way to get omega-3, lignans, fiber, trace vitamins and amino acids. Although flax seed is packed with healthy benefits, it owes its superfood properties to its fiber, omega-3 fatty acids and lignans, which have antioxidant qualities. Milled seeds can be added to smoothies, and favorite baking recipes.

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Pumpkin Seeds, Raw

Pumpkin has been widely cultivated for centuries because of their nutritional properties such as high protein and fiber content; pumpkin seeds are rich in vitamin E and B1 and source of potassium, phosphorous, magnesium, iron and zinc. They are characterized by delicate and nutty flavor which makes them suitable to a variety of applications, from snacking to baking.

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Pumpkin Seeds, Roasted Salted

Pumpkin has been widely cultivated for centuries because of their nutritional properties such as high protein and fiber content; pumpkin seeds are rich in vitamin E and B1 and source of potassium, phosphorous, magnesium, iron and zinc. They are characterized by delicate and nutty flavor which makes them suitable to a variety of applications, from snacking to baking.

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Pumpkin Seeds, Roasted Unsalted

Pumpkin has been widely cultivated for centuries because of their nutritional properties such as high protein and fiber content; pumpkin seeds are rich in vitamin E and B1 and source of potassium, phosphorous, magnesium, iron and zinc. They are characterized by delicate and nutty flavor which makes them suitable to a variety of applications, from snacking to baking.

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Sacha Inchi Seeds

Sacha Inchi has been cultivated for centuries in South America because of its taste (nutty and toasty) and health properties. Sacha Inchi is high in protein and oil, which contains Omega-3 , Omega-6 and Omega-9.

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Sunflower Seeds, Raw

Originally from Latin America, sunflowers were one of the first plants to be harvested in the US. In the 15th century the Spanish conqueror introduced the seeds to Europe where sunflower are still widely cultivated both for seeds and oil. Sunflower oil is nowadays one of the most popular oil all over the world. Sunflower seeds contains up to 6 grams of protein per serving. They burst in vitamin, especially vitamin E and vitamin B1; they contain manganese, selenium, phosphorous, magnesium and copper.

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Sunflower Seeds, Roasted Salted

Originally from Latin America, sunflowers were one of the first plants to be harvested in the US. In the 15th century the Spanish conqueror introduced the seeds to Europe where sunflower are still widely cultivated both for seeds and oil. Sunflower oil is nowadays one of the most popular oil all over the world. Sunflower seeds contains up to 6 grams of protein per serving. They burst in vitamin, especially vitamin E and vitamin B1; they contain manganese, selenium, phosphorous, magnesium and copper.

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Sunflower Seeds, Roasted Unsalted

Originally from Latin America, sunflowers were one of the first plants to be harvested in the US. In the 15th century the Spanish conqueror introduced the seeds to Europe where sunflower are still widely cultivated both for seeds and oil. Sunflower oil is nowadays one of the most popular oil all over the world. Sunflower seeds contains up to 6 grams of protein per serving. They burst in vitamin, especially vitamin E and vitamin B1; they contain manganese, selenium, phosphorous, magnesium and copper.

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Super Seeds Blend

NSI provides a wide variety of seeds and can customize blends based on flavor profile and nutritional content.

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Watermelon Seeds

Watermelon seeds are a great option for healthy snacking as they provide a high content in protein and good fats. They can be used as a salad topper or in a trail mix.

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Whole Brown Flax Seeds

Brown Flax seeds are the all-natural way to get omega-3, lignans, fiber, trace vitamins and amino acids. Although flax seed is packed with healthy benefits, it owes its superfood properties to its fiber, omega-3 fatty acids and lignans, which have antioxidant qualities. Whole seeds can be added to salads, cereals, granola and yogurt.

  • Whole Brown Flax Seeds

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    Brown Flax seeds are the all-natural way to get omega-3, lignans, fiber, trace vitamins and amino acids. Although flax seed is packed with healthy benefits, it owes its superfood properties to its fiber, omega-3 fatty acids and lignans, which have antioxidant qualities.

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Whole Golden Flax Seeds

Golden Flax seeds are the all-natural way to get omega-3, lignans, fiber, trace vitamins and amino acids. Although flax seed is packed with healthy benefits, it owes its superfood properties to its fiber, omega-3 fatty acids and lignans, which have antioxidant qualities. Whole seeds can be added to salads, cereals, granola and yogurt.

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    Golden Flax seeds are the all-natural way to get omega-3, lignans, fiber, trace vitamins and amino acids. Although flax seed is packed with healthy benefits, it owes its superfood properties to its fiber, omega-3 fatty acids and lignans, which have antioxidant qualities.

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