· Flaxseed Oil Mixture for use as a food supplement ·
The Omega Pink Flaxseed Oil Mixture is a perfect choice for people searching for vegan sources to help them protect their bodies against oxidative stress. It is especially important for women and girls because it helps fight oxidative stress and similar during the period. The basis of the mixture is our 3D filtered Flaxseed Oil that was debittered in a natural way using a procedure we have developed. In addition, when 2g of alpha-linolenic acids (ALA) (= 6.9ml/approx. 1 teaspoon of Omega Pink) are taken daily, the Flaxseed Oil Mixture contributes to the preservation of normal blood cholesterol levels. As a free radical catcher, the vitamin E in Sunflower Oil protects our cells against oxidative stress. Finely ground raspberries in a delicious combination with turmeric and pepper as well as the stimulating spice of cinnamon bark oil deliver a fruity, mildly spicy flavour experience.
Ideas for recipes and use of Omega Pink
Omega Pink enriched fruit salads, muesli, yoghurt or cottage cheese in a balanced breakfast. As a fruity and spicy ingredient, the Flaxseed Oil Mixture refines shakes, risottos, smoothies and soups. The Flaxseed Oil Mixture should not be heated and is not suitable for frying and baking.
Naturally unbitter? With 3D filtration method we developed ourselves.
*Dietary supplements for women and girls with vitamin E and Omega-3 fatty acids (65% Flaxseed Oil).
It is important to maintain a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.
* Product of organic farming
** This product contains a finely composed mixture of different ingredients. As a rule, the main ingredient originates from the country mentioned here. Should the proportion of ingredients be equal, more than one country will be declared. Should any questions regarding product origin arise, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org or +33 (0) 4 68 76 70 6
Average nutritional analysis for 100 ml
** % of daily reference intake (adults)
On average in 100 ml: Alpha-linolenic acid (Omega 3): 33 g /1,16 oz
Shake well before use. Dietary supplements do not replace a balanced and varied Diet. It is important to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Do not exceed the recommended daily intake of 7.5ml of Omega Pink. Fill the enclosed measuring cup to the 7.5ml marking.
What is 3D filtration?
Many people do not like linseed oil because of its bitter taste. That's why we have removed the bitterness in a natural way from our cold-pressed BIO PLANETE Flaxseed Oil using a unique process developed by us, 3D filtration. The small protein components in the Flaxseed Oil are responsible for its bitterness, and we use their three-dimensional structure (3D) to filter them out. This gives our BIO PLANÈTE Flaxseed Oil a milder (no longer bitter), slightly nutty taste.
Does 3D filtration influence the quality of the oil?
No! The cold pressing and 3D filtration of our natural Flaxseed Oil preserve its organic quality and its nutritional-physiological benefits. They only make it lose its bitterness in a natural way.
Flaxseed Oil solidifies in the fridge. Is this natural or does it lose its quality?
In decreasing temperatures, Flaxseed Oil becomes more and more viscous until it starts to solidify. This is a natural property of the oil and does not mean a quality defect. Incidentally, Flaxseed Oil can also be stored in the freezer to extend its storage life. This makes sense particularly if you are planning a longer trip. This does not damage the oil and it will quickly regain its usual properties when returned to room temperature.
How should I store BIO PLANÈTE Flaxseed Oil?
Flaxseed Oil is rich in polyunsaturated, valuable omega 3 fatty acids. These acids can be very sensitive to environmental influences such as heat, UV light and oxygen. That's why our Flaxseed Oil is filled into light-protected bottles in a protective atmosphere, where oxygen is excluded. As a result, the oil only needs to be stored in the fridge after opening and coming into contact with the oxygen in the air.
What is the difference between Camelina Oil and Flaxseed Oil?
Camelina sativa is a plant in the cruciferous family where as flax is a plant genus in flax family. In other words, the two plants belong to different families of plants and are not related. The two oils also taste different: while Flaxseed Oil has a slightly nutty taste, Camelina Oil is reminiscent of fresh vegetables. But both oils have a high polyunsaturated fatty acid content.
Why are unsaturated acids healthier than saturated fatty acids?
This is true primarily for all polyunsaturated acids, meaning omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids. These occur more rarely in foods than mono-unsaturated and saturated fatty acids. In addition, the human body cannot make these fatty acids itself, so it depends on a sufficient intake of omega 3 and omega 6 acids from food. They have several important functions in the body, form part of cell membranes and contribute to preserving normal cholesterol levels, blood pressure and a normal cardiac function.
What is the difference between omega 3 and omega 6 acids?
The difference lies in the chemical structure of the molecules. Both classes of fatty acids are essential for humans, meaning our bodies cannot product them and depend on a sufficient intake from food. Nutritional sources of omega 3 fatty acids are exclusively marine algae, fish and plant oils and seeds. Unfortunately, we tend to take in far too little of these important fatty acids. Our daily nutrition gives us a ratio of omega 6 fatty acids to omega 3 fatty acids of approx. 15:1. The German Nutritional Association recommends a ratio of 5:1.
For example, the BIO PLANÈTE Salad Oil provides this optimal ratio of omega 6 to omega 3 fatty acids. If you want to balance out your omega-ratio with oils rich in omega 3, you can e.g. revert to Flaxseed Oil or our Omega Colour Oils.
Where does the polyunsaturated fatty acid omega 3 occur?
Omega 3 fatty acids occur in plant seeds and plant oils as well as is saltwater fish and marine algae. Therefore, the German Nutritional Association recommends eating fish twice a week in order to supply the body with sufficient omega 3 fatty acids. Flaxseed Oil, Hempseed Oil, Camelina Oil and the BIO PLANÈTE Omega Colour Flaxseed mixtures have an especially high proportion of omega 3.
Omega 6 fatty acids are much more common: these fatty acids are also found in animal fats. That's why our daily nutrition contains more omega 6 fatty acids than omega 3 fatty acids, with the ratio being approx. 15:1. The German Nutritional Association recommends a ratio of 5:1. The BIO PLANÈTE Salad Oil provides this optimal ratio of omega 6 to omega 3 fatty acids.
How can vegans meet their requirement of omega 3?
If you follow a vegan diet, dislike the taste of fish or cannot eat fish regularly (2x per week) for other reasons, you should make sure to keep a high-quality plant oil rich in omega 3 fatty acids in your fridge and use this to cover your requirement of these essential fatty acids. Flaxseed Oil, Hempseed Oil, Camelina Oil and the BIO PLANÈTE Omega Colour Flaxseed Oil Mixtures are particularly suitable for this. The latter have not just a high omega 3 content but also contain select ingredients which add to the taste.
Why should you not heat oils with polyunsaturated fatty acids?
The more polyunsaturated fatty acids are contained in the oil, the more susceptible it is to environmental influences such as heat, UV light and oxygen. If such oils are heated up too much or for too long, this can result in a damaging decomposition and in conversion products such as trans-fatty acids. As a result, e.g. our Flaxseed Oil and other Vital Oils are filled into light-protected bottles in a protective atmosphere (free from oxygen). These oils should be stored in the fridge after opening.
What is alpha-linolenic acid and where does it occur?
Alpha-linolenic acid is a triple unsaturated essential fatty acid and – like DHA – belongs to the group of omega 3 fatty acids. If 2g are taken daily, alpha-linolenic acid contributes to the preservation of normal blood cholesterol levels.
Flaxseed Oil, Camelina Oil, Rapeseed Oil, Hempseed Oil and Walnut Oil have an especially high alpha-linolenic acid content.
Can I use the oil even after the expiration date?
We can no longer guarantee the oil's perfect quality after its best before date.
In the interest of sustainability, however, we would like to point out the following: vegetable oils do not belong to the group of very sensitive foodstuffs and can usually still be consumed after the best-before date. This is especially true if the bottle is still sealed and it has been stored away from heat sources. Therefore, we recommend using your senses to test the oil before disposing of it. Oil that has been stored for too long can be easily recognized by smell and taste. If it tastes rancid or unusual (off), it should not be consumed.
How do I remove the labels from the jars and bottles?
Since we use oil-soluble glue for the labels, the best way to remove the label from the coconut jars is with oil. Simply coat the label with oil, let it absorb overnight and peel off easily in the morning. However, if the label is already off and only the glue is on it, this method doesn't work as well. In this context, we have been told of positive experiences with orange oil cleaner, such as from AlmaWin or Sodasan. Another option is a hair dryer - because heat also loosens the label well.
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