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Flaxseed Nutrition, the maker of flax seed and other hemp foods, has been named the 2017 Nutrition of the Year by the Food & Drug Administration.
The FDA says that flax seeds have the highest bioactive content of any vegetable protein.
In a survey of more than 2,000 adults, it found that flay, flax, hemp, hemp oil, flibutene and flax oil were the best sources of omega-3 fatty acids.
They also have the most protein, the highest protein per gram and the lowest cholesterol.
Flax seeds are high in fiber, a good source of iron, folate and zinc.
The study also found that people with high intake of omega 3 fatty acids were more likely to have lower risk of heart disease and stroke.
The FDA says flax is a nutritious and low-cost source of omega 2 fatty acids, which are necessary for the formation of brain and nerve cells.
It also says that it can be a good fat source.
The agency said that flibutenene, a polysaccharide found in hemp, has anti-inflammatory and antidiabetic properties.
It can also help regulate blood sugar levels.
Hemp oil, which is used in cooking and other foods, can also be used as a substitute for animal fats, and is a good choice for people who are allergic to or are allergic or have a high cholesterol.
The USDA says that hemp oil contains no saturated fat, cholesterol, sugar, sodium, carbohydrates or trans fat, and contains a small amount of sodium chloride.
The Food and Drug Administration says that its guidelines are updated quarterly.
The agency also says it does not recommend using flax as a dietary supplement.