Friday, 27 February 2015

LSA - What Is It & How Can I Use It?

LSA stands for linseed, sunflower seed and almond, and is basically all three of those things ground up.

LSA contains essential fatty acids (e.g. omega 3), meaning it can improve the health of your skin, support your cardiovascular system and improve the ability of 'good bacteria' to stay in your gut.

LSA is also a great source of fibre, improving your bowel health, lowering your risk of cancer and keeping you fuller for longer.

Here are my top 5 ways of using LSA:

1. Chocolate Balls

2. On rice cakes with a thick layer of avocado and some cherry tomatoes (great for breaky or a snack)

3. To make my yoghurt more exciting (just add 1tbsp.)

4. To make Dylan's smoothies more filling (just add 1tbsp.)
He finished this one before I could snap it

5. Sarah Wilson's 'Meal-In-A-Biscuit Crackers' (you can get the recipe from her book, which is where I also got this photo)

This is provided purely as information, not medical advice - if you are unwell, please seek assistance from your healthcare professional

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