Sunday, January 27, 2013

Linwoods Healthy Super Foods Review

Valentine’s Day may fall on Thursday, February 14th  but National Heart Health Month is all month long. Linwoods is inspiring others to give the gift of health this February and Valentine’s Day with a heart smart blend of Linwoods Super Foods.

Linwoods provides healthy vitamins and nutrients naturally through their six tasty blends of seeds, nuts, and berries. All blends are gluten free, GMO free, dairy free, yeast free, vegan and have no added sugar. Linwoods’ Super Foods can be sprinkled onto any dish including onto smoothies, yogurts, soups, salads, casseroles, baked goods, and more. Linwoods  are a tasty and easy way people for anyone to introduce the nutrients, vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids needed to support a healthy heart and balanced diet

Linwoods Super Foods come in 6 irresistible varieties with a SRP of $9.59-$15.99:
•Ground Organic Flaxseed
•Ground Flaxseed, Walnuts, Brazil Nuts, Almonds and Q10
•Ground Flaxseed, Sunflower, Pumpkin, and Sesame Seeds and Goji Berries
•Ground Flaxseed & Goji Berries
•Ground Flaxseed, Cocoa, Strawberries & Blueberries
•Shelled Organic Hemp

About Linwoods:
Based in Northern Ireland and established in 1965, Linwoods is a family owned company that manufactures a range of Premium Bakery, Fresh Dairy and Healthy Super Foods. Linwoods products are sourced in their raw form from around the world and are selected from the best suppliers and growers to ensure the highest quality and standards. All ingredients are natural, organic and turn any meal at any time of the day in to a tasty and nutritious meal bursting with essential fatty acids, protein, iron, calcium, magnesium and essential vitamins and minerals. Linwoods Super Foods products are found in supermarkets and specialty food stores on the West Coast such as Gelson’s and Whole Foods. Your Link to Good Food. Visit for extended company history, health benefits and product descriptions.

I was sent a sampling of all their varieties, so I went to work adding it to the many foods I like to prepare at home. Being in ground form, flaxseed blends right into any recipe and isn't noticeable. I like that since I can sneak it into their pancakes. I use it all the time in my gluten free goods, noatmeal and pancakes already. I try to use it more and more because of all the health benefits it provides. I really like the mixed flavors with seeds or berries, adds a little something nice to my food. 

shelled hemp in my gluten free lemon poppy seed loaf

ground organic flaxseed mixed into my gluten free sausage gravy

milled flaxseed cocoa & berries in my bananas and yogurt with crushed chex

*Disclosure* I wrote this review for "Mommy? I'm Hungry!" about Linwoods  . The product(s) in this review were provided to me free of cost for the purpose of conducting my review. All opinions expressed in this review are my own and are not influenced by monetary compensation. Product info & stock images provided by PR or Co.

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