Milled Flaxseed With Probiotic Bio Cultures & Vitamin D
Award winning flaxseed, a rich source of the essential omega 3 fatty acid alpha linolenic acid (ALA) to maintain normal blood cholesterol levels.
Unique strain of live culture, Bacillus coagulans (Ganeden BC30).
- Probiotics can help to prevent and treat UTIs, which are common in pregnancy. Read my thorough guide to the scientific research done into avoiding and relieving UTIs.
- 4 heaped dessert spoons provides 10µg Vitamin D - the recommended amount for pregnant and breastfeeding mothers.
- Vitamin D and flax's naturally high levels of magnesium help your body to absorb calcium from your diet, helping to maintain healthy bones and teeth when your baby is taking calcium from you.
- High in fibre - 17g per 60g serving. Helping to combat pregnancy diarrhoea and constipation.
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Flaxseed. Vitamin D3. Culture: Bacillus coagulans GBI-30 6086 (3.3 Billion (3.3 x 10⁹) cfus's per 100g). (contains soya)
Per 100g Per 30g
Energy kJ 1988kJ 596kJ
Energy kcal 481kcal 144kcal
Fat 36.6g 11.0g
Saturates 3.2g 1.0g
Monounsaturates 5.8g 1.7g
Polyunsaturates 26.0g 7.8g
Carbohydrates 6.0g 1.8g
Sugars 1.9g 0.6g
Fibre 28.4g 8.5g
Salt 0.06g 0.018g
%RI * %RI * Vitamin D3 17μg 340% 5μg 100% Calcium Iron 5.14mg 37% 1.5mg 11% Magnesium 380mg 101% 114mg 30% Manganese Omega 3 20.3g 6.09g
Suitable for vegetarians. Dairy Free. Yeast Free. GMO-Free. Gluten Free. No added sugar
May contain traces of sesame seeds and nuts.
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