This new Organic Flaxseed oil product is grown in the UK and gently hand cold pressed in a certified organic facility. The fresh oil of the flaxseed is the richest omega 3 edible oil, containing on average 55% linolenic acid. Flax seed oil is the richest known source of unsaturated alpha-linolenic acid (or ‘ALA’) an omega-3 fatty acid.
- Cytoplan cold pressed organic flaxseed oil has a rich, deep golden colour with a gentle, pleasant aroma.
- Cytoplan cold pressed organic flaxseed oil has organic status, which means that it is: Free from pesticides; Free from herbicides
- Cytoplan organic flaxseed oil is genuinely cold-pressed, which means that it is unprocessed and that the fatty acid content will remain unharmed in the extraction. (Heat damages the delicate essential fatty acids.)
- People use flax seed oil for its omega 3 content. Omega 3 oils are easily damaged by processing. They also degenerate quickly in the presence of oxygen, hence our bottles being flushed out with nitrogen to enhance the stability of the oil
- Cytoplan organic flax seed oil also contains Beta Carotene and Vitamin E. These vitamins are necessary to stabilise the oil in both the bottle and the body
- The omega 3 content of organic flaxseed oil is likely to be more active than in non-organic linseed oil
- Flaxseed Oil - Average Fatty Acid Values: Omega 3 - 58%, Omega 6 - 14%, Omega 9 - 19%, Saturated - 9%
Organic Flaxseed Oil (500ml)Each 5ml Teaspoon provides:
|Alpha Linolenic Acid||54.1%||*|
+NRV = Nutritional Reference Value
* Indicates no NRV
Unrefined cold pressed organic Flaxseed Oil.
1-6 teaspoons (5-30ml) per day or take as directed by a practitioner.
Vegetarians, vegans, and for people with Candida and yeast sensitivities.
If you are on antithrombotic drugs (e.g. Warfarin or Heparin) consult your doctor before taking
Non GM & Free From:
Wheat, starch, gluten, yeast, dairy, added sugars, colourings, flavourings & preservatives.
Keep cool, dry & out of direct sunlight. Refrigerate after opening and use within 3 months.
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