THE SEED THAT STARTED IT ALL
Kia ora! (That’s ‘hello’ in Maori.) I’m Rebecca, transplanted Kiwi from New Zealand, busy mum of three and owner of Top Seedz. To me, every bite matters. As an avid traveler and sports competitor, I know how healthy eating influences the way we live and feel in our bodies.
It’s simple really: good, natural ingredients make you feel good naturally. Having made these crackers and roasted seeds for years, I thought why not share my snacks with the rest of the world – and that’s how Top Seedz was born. It took a life full of adventure and experience to create these delicious, energizing, better-for-you snacks and I hope they bring you the energy and satisfaction to perform to your best.
Today is your day to be a Top Seed!
Top Seed (I finally made it!)
8 BENEFITS OF SEED ENERGY
Seeds are known for their specific taste, texture and nutritional benefits, such as protein, fiber and iron as well as a variety of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.
With high traces of protein, fiber, magnesium, zinc and vitamin B3, Top Seedz ingredients are loaded with nutritional goodness to repair muscle tears and maintain proper muscle functionality.
When you combine the vitamin E and folate found in sunflower seeds with the rich antioxidants, fiber and magnesium in pumpkin seeds, you’re left with a nutritional punch helping you feel energized.
Vitamins B1, B5 and magnesium are all found within sesame seeds which improve and sharpen brain performance.
Providing essential fats, B vitamins, copper, iron, and calcium, flax and pumpkin seeds improve overall beauty maintenance, may reduce dryness and flakiness of the skin, and promote hair and nail growth.
All of the ingredients we use at Top Seedz are gluten-free. With vitamin B6, folate, iron and zinc, our snacks help send your immune system into high gear keeping germs and sickness at bay.
Sunflower, sesame and flax seeds all contain high traces of calcium, which give you bones of steel and hearty teeth.
Not only do sunflower, flax, pumpkin, and sesame seeds have high amounts of fiber and protein to satisfy mid-afternoon cravings, but flaxseed (in particular) protects the lining of the digestive tract and maintains GI health, and zinc improves immunity and facilitates digestion.
Pumpkin seeds are a great source of zinc. As an essential trace mineral, zinc brings vitamin A up from the liver to the retina to produce melanin, which keeps our vision clear and our eyes healthy.