Linseed fiber

Linseed fiber, derived from the husks of flax seeds, is a rich source of soluble and insoluble fiber. It may help improve digestive health, regulate blood sugar levels and lower cholesterol levels. Additionally, flax fiber may support weight loss, improve intestinal peristalsis, and also act as a prebiotic, promoting healthy intestinal microflora. The production process is exclusively a physical process, the product does not contain any additional chemicals and is 100% natural.

Linseed fiber is added to foods such as bread, breakfast cereals, yogurts, and snacks to increase the fiber content of the product.