The Need for Seeds eBook
Purchase Jane’s e-book The Need for Seeds
How to Make Seeds an Everyday Food in Your Healthy Diet Recipes
The next big nutrition trend is actually tiny! Small seeds that pack optimal nutrition have turned out to be the latest nourishing must-haves for your menu. These tiny seeds are packed with essential nutrients like protein, fiber, vitamins, minerals and fatty acids including omega-3s. Jane Dummer, RD, a leading dietitian across North America has helped numerous clients make seeds an everyday food in their healthy diets. Seeds are perfect for people following gluten-free and paleo diets plus are a healthy nut-free alternative.
In this book, Dietitian Jane explains the numerous health and nutrition benefits of chia, flax, hemp, pumpkin, quinoa, sesame and sunflower seeds. You’ll learn the science of why seeds need to be an everyday food and easy ways to add them to your meals and snacks. From decreasing inflammation to increasing energy, with chapters devoted to each seed, Jane breaks it down and categorizes the seed benefits for bone health, brain health, digestive health, fitness health, heart health, immune health and skin health.
Jane’s has picked 21 of her favorite, simple and flavorful seed recipes for you to sow into to your healthy diet.
- On-the-go Blueberry Mango Hemp Seed Smoothie
- White Bean Chia Seed Salad
- Grilled Chicken with Pumpkin Seed Sauce
- Quinoa Spinach Bake with Sesame Seeds
- Crunchy Sunflower Tuna Melts
- Flax Cocoa Lentil Bars
With easy-to-follow lifestyle advice, you’ll learn how to apply this information on a daily basis for a healthier, more energetic and fitter you!
Praise for The Need for Seeds:
fitness through seed-based recipes. This book is a great read and should be a part
of anyone’s diet and health library." - Peter JH Jones, PhD
packing a powerful punch of nutritional information
and health advice." -Carolyn Cooper | Editor, Food in Canada
new again! Using clearly communicated science and recipes that suit modern lifestyles,
she makes a persuasive case for including the crunch, flavour and nutrients of seeds
to your eating plan."- Dana McCauley | Founder Food Trends TV