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Sprout Revolution Organic Sprouted Ground Flax Blueberry -- 16 oz


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Sprout Revolution Organic Sprouted Ground Flax Blueberry -- 16 oz

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Sprout Revolution Organic Sprouted Ground Flax Blueberry Description

  • NutraBlue
  • Antioxidant Support Formula
  • Antioxidants & Phytonutrients
  • Omega-3 Essential Fatty Acids
  • Increased Vitamins & Minerals
  • Increased Amino Acids
  • Increased Enzymes
  • Increased Bio-availability
  • Lignans & Fiber
  • Gluten & Lactose Free
  • Suitable for Vegetarian Diets
  • Sprouting Gives You More Nutritional Value & Better Absorption Than Ground Flax Seed or Flax Oil
  • Low Glycemic Index
  • Live Food for Raw Diets
  • GMO Free
  • Kosher

What You Need To Know About NutraSprout™ Flax Powders

Research has confirmed what has been known for centuries - flax seed is an outstanding nutritional food source. What isn't well known is that flax seed is difficult to digest and its nutrients poorly absorbed... unless it is sprouted.

 

Flax seed has natural enzyme inhibitors to prevent digestion. This means the seed can be eaten, pass through the body and still grow into a plant. This is nature's way of ensuring animals, birds and humans distribute seeds. For example, when a person consumes whole flax seed in bakery products like bread, there is little nutritional benefit.

 

The way to overcome the problem created by enzyme inhibitors is to SPROUT THE SEED.

 

Sprouting creates enzymes which start the seed on its way to becoming a plant. When flax seed begins to grow, the natural enzyme inhibitors that protect the seed from being digested are significantly reduced.

 

Sprouting flaxseed biologically activates the seed. The plant proteins, essential fatty acids, starches and vitamins are now BIO-AVAILABLE for human digestion resulting in better nutrient absorption. Sprouting also increases the seeds vitamin content which naturally stabilizes the essential fatty acids. Because of the increased level of bio-availability, theses essential oils are absorbed more efficiently.

 

Solid Research - Trusted Quality

  • Maximum lignans
  • Decreased enzyme inhibitors to increase bio-availability of fats, proteins, carbohydrates & fiber
  • Increased vitamins, minerals & amino acids by sprouting
  • Low phytic acid provides mineral bio-availability for conversion of ALA to DHA and EPA
  • Product stability by using the plant's natural antioxidants derived by the sprouting process resulting in a product that DOES NOT REQUIRE REFRIGERATION or special packaging even after opening as long as it is kept sealed. This product has a 2 year shelf life
  • Increased soluble to insoluble fiber ratio resulting in enhanced nutrient absorption
  • Gluten free, non GMO


Directions

2-3 Tbsp. Daily.
Free Of
Gluten, lactose, GMOs.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 15 g (1 Rounded Tbsp.)
Servings per Container: 30
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories78
   Calories from Fat41
Total Fat4.5 g6.75%
   Saturated Fat0.3 g1.5%
Polyunsaturated Fat3.4 g
Monounsaturated Fat 0.7 g
Trans Fatty Acids0 g
Alpha-Linoleic Acid2622 mg
Cholesterol0 mg0%
Sodium7 mg0%
Potassium123 mg3%
Total Carbohydrate6.6 g2.3%
   Dietary Fiber3 g12%
   Sugars2 g
Protein3 g6%
Vitamin A0%
Vitamin C7%
Calcium3%
Iron6%
Vitamin E1%
Vitamin B66%
Vitamin B120%
Magnesium12%
Other Ingredients: Certified organic sprouted golden flaxseed, organic blueberries.
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The Best and Worst Foods to Eat During Menopause

Do hot flashes, fatigue and irritability ring a bell? Menopause is a distinguished phase of a woman’s life, which can bring a range of unwanted, uncomfortable and unruly symptoms. Fortunately, some simple changes to your diet can help naturally manage these ups and downs, so you stay active, energetic and healthy all around.

Woman at Breakfast Table with OJ, Enjoys a Menopause Diet Rich in Omegas, Vitamin D, Calcium & More | Vitacost.com/blog

The best foods to eat during menopause:

Foods with natural sugar – Sugar is an addictive villain that will add inches to your waistline. But when menopause begins, it gets worse. The hormones can make it difficult to keep blood sugar stable. However, foods with natural sugar – like fruits and dairy – are nutrient dense and can satisfy sweet cravings in a healthy way. To get the greatest benefit, choose low-fat dairy and balance fruit with a lean source of protein to promote satiety.

Foods with omega-3 fatty acids – A diet rich in omega-3s can help moderate mood swings that often come with menopause. In addition, omega-3s are heart healthy and anti-inflammatory – two important factors to monitor with age, regardless. To make sure you’re getting enough essential fatty acids, enjoy salmon or tuna a couple times a week. Not a fan of fish? Ground flaxseeds can easily be added to smoothies or oatmeal to reap those mood-boosting benefits.

Foods high in calcium and vitamin D – Hormonal changes associated with menopause can have a negative impact on bone density. By choosing foods rich in calcium and vitamin D, you can protect bone health and stave off the risk of fractures. Foods high in calcium include low-fat dairy, kale, spinach and fortified orange juice. Increase dietary vitamin D by choosing more salmon, whole eggs, tuna, fortified cereals and portabella mushrooms.

Water – Though an obvious choice, many women underestimate how hydration contributes to digestion and metabolism. Dehydration is often mistaken for hunger, which can lead to overeating and weight gain. Be sure you’re sipping on water all day long to keep your metabolism humming and digestion smooth.

The worst foods to eat during menopause

Fat-free foods – For many women, managing weight can be more of a challenge during menopause. While it’s tempting to reach for fat-free foods, many contain added sugar to make up for the reduced fat. This can lead to more calories and less stable blood sugar levels, which actually increases your chances of gaining weight.

Caffeine – Caffeinated beverages, like coffee and tea, can be a staple in your daily routine. However, caffeine can exacerbate menopause symptoms, including hot flashes and sleeplessness. If you need caffeine, try to be diligent about the serving size and opt for caffeine-free teas and beverages in the afternoon and evening.

Alcohol – After menopause, metabolism tends to slow. Unfortunately, the calories from alcohol can add up quickly. A serving size of your favorite alcoholic beverage is probably smaller than you think: 4 ounces of wine, 12 ounces of beer and 1.5 ounces of liquor. So if you choose to imbibe, it’s best to stick to the American Heart Association’s recommendation of no more than one serving per day.

While menopause can bring uncomfortable symptoms, trying a few of these dietary tips can help you feel your best. Bonus: These foods are also part of a balanced diet, which can help keep your waistline trim for years to come!  

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