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A-Z of Seeds, Nuts & Grains

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Nuts Almonds A-Z of Seeds, Nuts and Grains  Health in your Home
NUTS- Almonds

Good Source of:
Vitamin E, Manganese, Copper, Vitamin B2, Phosphorus, Magnesium, Molybdenum & Fiber. 


They can:
Lower cholesterol and Blood sugars.
Reduce levels of blood fat and can aid weight loss

Grain Barley A-Z of Seeds, Nuts and Grains  Health in your Home

GRAIN- Barley


Good Source of:
niacin (Vitamin B3), thiamine ( Vitamin B1), selenium, iron, magnesium, zinc, phosphorus and copper.

They can:
Lower cholesterol and Blood sugars.
Barley is considered a low GI food.
Nuts Brazil Nuts A-Z of Seeds, Nuts and Grains  Health in your Home

NUTS- Brazil Nuts


Good Source of:
Selenium, Vitamin E, copper, magnesium, manganese, potassium, calcium, iron, phosphorus, and zinc.


They can:
Fatty acids that helps to lower bad cholesterol & increases good cholesterol in the blood.

Seed Buck Wheat  A-Z of Seeds, Nuts and Grains  Health in your Home

SEED- Buck Wheat


Good Source of:
Gluten free power food! It is a highly nourishing, energising and is the best source of high-quality, easily digestible proteins.

They can:
It lowers blood sugars. Reduce plasma cholesterol, body fat, and cholesterol gallstones.

Seeds Caraway Seeds A-Z of Seeds, Nuts and Grains  Health in your Home

SEED- Caraway Seeds


Good Source of:
excellent source of minerals like iron, copper, calcium, potassium, manganese, selenium, zinc and magnesium


They can:
Increase bulk of the food and help prevent constipation by speeding up movement through the gut.

Nuts Cashew Nuts A-Z of Seeds, Nuts and Grains  Health in your Home

NUTS- Cashew Nuts


Good Source of:
Fibre, vitamins, minerals and numerous health-promoting phyto-chemicals that help protect us from diseases and cancers.


They can:
Fatty acids help to prevent coronary artery disease and strokes by favouring healthy blood lipid profile.

Nuts Chestnuts A-Z of Seeds, Nuts and Grains  Health in your Home

NUTS- Chestnuts


Good Source of:
Chestnuts, unlike other nuts and seeds, are relatively low in calories; contain less fat. They are exceptionally rich in vitamin-C


They can:
Fiber diet helps lower blood cholesterol levels by limiting excess cholesterol absorption in the intestines.

Seeds Flax Seed A-Z of Seeds, Nuts and Grains  Health in your Home
SEED- Flax Seed (also known as Linseed)

Good Source of:
recommended in the treatment of constipation predominate Irritable bowel Syndrome (IBS). Great source of gluten/wheat free fibre.

They can:
Antioxidant properties, which may contribute to protection against cancer and heart disease.
Nuts HazelNuts A-Z of Seeds, Nuts and Grains  Health in your Home

NUTS- Hazelnuts


Good Source of:
One cup of hazelnuts contains 86% of the recommended daily allowance of vitamin E.


They can:
Rich in unsaturated fats. Oleic acid, shown to lower LDL "bad" cholesterol and raise the "good" HDL kind.

 Seeds Lindseed A-Z of Seeds, Nuts and Grains  Health in your Home
SEED- Linseed

Good Source of:
recommended in the treatment of constipation predominate Irritable bowel Syndrome (IBS). Great source of gluten/wheat free fibre.

They can:
Antioxidant properties, which may contribute to protection against cancer and heart disease.
Nuts Macadamina A-Z of Seeds, Nuts and Grains  Health in your Home

Nuts- Macadamias Nuts


Good Source of:
Macadamia nuts are considered the world’s finest nuts. Rich source of Vitamin A, iron, protein,thiamin, riboflavin, niacin and folates.


They can:
100% cholesterol free and are highly beneficial to reduce cholesterol level

Grain Millet A-Z of Seeds, Nuts and Grains  Health in your Home

GRAIN- Millet


Good Source of:
Millet is alkaline and it digests easily. Millet is a smart carb with lots of fiber and low simple sugar. Gluten-free and non-allergenic.


They can:
The serotonin in millet is calming to your moods. Lower blood sugar levels more than wheat or rice


Grain Oats A-Z of Seeds, Nuts and Grains  Health in your Home

GRAIN- Oats


Good Source of:
Adding oats to a gluten-free diet may enhance the nutritional values of the diets, particularly for vitamins and minerals, as well as increasing antioxidant levels.


They can:
Lower cholesterol and Blood sugars. Reduce levels of blood fat and can aid weight loss