Fiber plays an important role in health and digestion. Seeds are a good source of prebiotic fibers that benefit your gut flora. They promote regularity and can boost serotonin + mood.
Flax Seeds are one of the world's greatest sources of soluble dietary fiber. They’re also rich in Alpha-Linolenic Acid (ALA), which is a powerful anti-inflammatory that has been shown to block tumor growth in animals and may reduce cancer risk in humans.
Pumpkin Seeds might be small, but are packed full of nutrients. They are high in fiber and zinc, an important nutrient for digestive enzyme production and immune system function. Some evidence suggests that pumpkin seeds may help prevent certain types of cancer, improve heart health, lower blood sugar and improve sleep.
Sunflower Seeds are rich in magnesium and selenium. They’re also rich in vitamin E, a fat-soluble vitamin that also works as an antioxidant. Sunflower seeds offer cardio protective benefits due to its rich content of cholesterol-lowering plant sterols.
Chia Seeds have more iron than spinach, more calcium than milk, more antioxidants than blueberries, more vitamin c than oranges, more omega-3's than salmon and more protein than kidney beans.
Hemp Seeds contain all 20 amino acids, including the 9 essential amino acids our bodies cannot produce on their own.
White Chia Seeds contain mood-boosting properties that may help reduce mood swings and promote sleep, making you more resilient to the inevitable challenges life throws at you.
Poppy Seeds can help improve cognitive function. The high amount of iron in poppy seeds leads to increased hemoglobin production and blood flow. Proper amounts of oxygen and iron in the brain lead to improved cognitive performance and a decrease in cognitive disorders like Alzheimer’s disease & dementia.