Welcome to Golden Valley Flax!
Golden Omega Flaxseed... "fresh from our North Dakota Farm to your home..."
For everyone who wants to feel great and maximize his or her health, there is a nutritional powerhouse available to you...
Golden Valley Omega Flax! Omega Flax provides a high amount of fiber, lignans and Omega 3 fatty acids. These three components work together to prevent many health problems and to promote your best possible health. Find out more...
Flax: A Healthy Choice
Flax seed has been used in the diets of humans for
thousands of years. The Babylonians cultivated flax seed as early as 3,000 B.C., and millennia later, in 650 B.C., Hippocrates used flax seed for the relief of intestinal discomfort. Flax seed was so important for the health of his subjects that the 8th century king, Charlemagne, passed laws and regulations governing its consumption. Today, consumers are turning to flax seed for its many health benefits and pleasant, nutty flavour a distinctive addition to baked products. flax seed provides essential nutrients, including protein, essential fatty acids, and vitamins and minerals; and it contains both soluble and insoluble dietary fibre. Moreover, flax seed is a rich source of lignans, a type of phytoestrogen. Phytoestrogens are compounds that may protect against certain types of cancer by interfering with the effects of estrogen.
OMEGA FLAX SEED
A North Dakota State University research project led to the development of a new golden variety of flax seed named Omega. This new variety was created primarily as a human food source and Omega flax seed has a more pleasant nutty-buttery flavor than the brown flax. Omega flax seed was named for its higher level of omega-3 essential fatty acid found in the beneficial flax seed oil which is a higher percentage than the brown flax. This golden flax seed also has a hull that is easier to grind and it looks much better than the brown flax seed when mixed into your favorite flax seed recipes.
Healthful Flax Cooking
Sometimes, in our fast-paced lives, we tend to forget the simple pleasures of fresh homemade flax cookies, or the delicious smell of flax bread baking in the oven. In our constant quest for healthy eating and living, it's important to remember the joy of preparing good food for those we love.
With that in mind, we thought you might like to look through a few of our favorite flax recipes. If you have any suggestions for us, or maybe have a flax recipe of your own that you think we might like to try, send us an email! Until then, to your good health...
Thanks for your prompt service, however it is the same service as you have always given me. .I had heard about flaxs health benefits, but had never tried any. I had tried vinegar, garlic, msm, and I forget what else along with Zocar, Lipitor, and presently Crestor to control my cholesterol. my cholesterol was as high as 426. Today my cholesterol is 169, it has been as high as 187 and as low as 149 since I started on your flax. Today I recommend flax to anyone with cholesterol problems. .now my doctor reminds me to stay on my flax.
Your customer for LIFE,
- JN South Dakota
Thank you for introducing me to your flax seed. Not only can I not imagine my morning oatmeal without it, but it has helped me in several health related areas.
- DS Minnesota
Dear Mr. Hylden,
First off, let me say that you grow a wonderful flaxseed. I was first introduced to flax seed last July. My interest at the time was the fiber value, because I had a bout with colon cancer over a year ago and was advised to keep my intake of fiber high. I have since come to learn about all of the other healthful attributes if flax seed. My wife and I both now eat your flaxseed daily.
- TF California