Healtheries Ground Linseed

  • Healtheries Ground Linseed is a source of fibre which can help to keep you regular
  • Source of essential Omega 3 fatty acids
  • Tested to be free from wheat and gluten perfect for adding to baking, cereals and cooking for a delicious nutty flavour

Healtheries Ground Linseed

Product Overview

Why use Healtheries Ground Linseed?

Leading a busy lifestyle and wondering if you and your family are missing out on vital nutrients? With a sprinkle here and there of Healtheries Ground Linseed you will boost your daily intake of fibre and omega 3. With a pleasant nutty flavour and grainy texture, linseed is perfect for adding to cereals, baking, soups, stews or even meat balls!

Plus Ground Linseed is wheat and gluten free and perfect for anyone following a vegetarian diet.

Great for

  • Enhancing flavour and fibre content in baking, cereals, stews, soups and salads
  • Vegetarians, Coeliacs and anyone following a wheat and gluten free diet
  • Increasing Omega 3 fatty acid intake, an essential fatty acid our body cannot make

Contains No

Wheat, Gluten, Artificial Colouring, Preservatives or Chemical Additives

Allergen Information

  • Produced at a site that also processes tree nuts and nut products, soy and soy products, milk and milk products
  • A small number of people may have an allergic reaction to linseed; therefore we recommend commencing with ½ teaspoon daily to ensure no reaction occurs

Available in

400g pack (40 servings per pack)

Directions for Use

Directions for Use

  • We recommend that this product be stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator
  • Sprinkle one teaspoon to one tablespoon per serving onto cereals, porridge, stewed fruit, yoghurt, casseroles and sauces
  • In cooking, mix into meatloaf and meatball mixtures, fish or chicken coatings, or add to pancake and biscuit, muffin and cake batters
  • One teaspoon mixes easily with juice or milk drinks
  • To prevent lumping when making porridge, mix ground linseed with the dry oats or grains before water is added
  • May be used as a substitute for eggs in muffins, pancakes and cookies: 1 tablespoon ground linseed plus 3 tablespoons of water = 1 egg
  • Cough relieving tonic:  One teaspoon of ground linseed may be mixed with hot water, honey and lemon as a drink to ease coughs and chest complaints
  • Poultice:  Ground linseed may be used as a poultice (mix ½ cup linseed with ½ cup water and apply locally) for the relief of muscular inflammation or mixed with mustard and applied to the chest for lung congestion.



Linseed (100%)

Nutrition Information

Servings Per Pack 40

Serving Size 10g (approximately 1 Tablespoon.)

Average Quantity

Per Serving

Per 100 g Serving


215 kJ (51 Cal)

2150 kJ (514 Cal)


2.3 g

22.5 g

Fat, Total

4.2 g

34.2 g

- saturated

0.08 g

0.8 g

- trans

0.01 g

0.1 g

- polyunsaturated

3.2 g

31.2 g

- omega 3 (ALA)**

2560 mg

25600 mg

- monounsaturated

0.91 g

9.1 g


0.5 g

4.8 g

- sugars

0.1 g

1.3 g

Dietary Fibre

2.2 g

22.0 g


5 mg

51 mg


nil detected

nil detected

**Alpha-Linolenic Acid

Produced at a site that also processes tree nuts and nut products, soy and soy products, milk and milk products.

Made in New Zealand from a local ingredient.


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