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Label-friendly, Non-allergenic Flaxseed

Pizzey's SelectGrad and BevGrad Milled Flaxseed ingredients offer a complex matrix of ALA omega-3 fatty acids (22%), lignans, dietary fiber, antioxidants and other natural nutraceutical compounds. In light of the growing scientific evidence of the benefits of omega-3 fatty acids, flaxseed now qualifies for a nutrient content claim (only 260mg of ALA omega-3 are required for a "good,"? "excellent,"? "rich,"? or "high"? source of omega-3). Flaxseed also qualifies for Structure Function Claims such as "ALA omega-3 fatty acids support cardiovascular health." Pizzey's Milling, Mary Ekman, 847-775-1400.

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