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Chia seed oil contains the essential fatty acids omega-3 and omega-6, as well as antioxidants known as tocopherols. It's truly packed with nutrients, with the highest level of antioxidants in it's category, beating other popular oils, such as linseed oil.
Sesame is slightly sweet and nutty in flavour. These seeds are very popular in the Middle and Far Eastern cuisine. Black sesame is more aromatic and flavorsome than white. Black sesame is rich in protein, including cysteine, antioxidants, polyunsaturated fatty acids, vitamins and minerals.
Obtained from the seeds of millet plant, already grown in the Neolithic era. In terms of nutritional values it matches buckwheat. Millet contains little starch, but a lot of easily digestible protein. It is rich in B vitamins B1(thiamine),B2 (riboflavin) and B6 (pyridoxine), iron and copper.
Black cumin oil contains many wonderful compounds, including: - 85% of unsaturated fatty acids consisting of: linoleic acid (omega-6) - approx 60%, oleic acid (omega-9) - 25%. and alpha-linolenic acid (omega-3) -1%. - vitamin E, beta-carotene, sterols, biotin, trace elements, and lots of antioxidants.
Prunes are in some ways much more nutritionally valuable than fresh plums. Their drought is in fact a five times richer source of vitamin A (1,606 IU per 100 g), and fiber than fresh fruit. Due to the unique richness in iron and phosphorus prunes are recommended for vegetarians.