Wanting to get in more nutrients with the same spices you love? How about adding some extra protein to your meals? Every little bit counts and today I will be reviewing the seed based lemon pepper season by omegaseedspice.com.
First off, I am not being payed to review this product, nor will I make money off of referrals. I was simply given the opportunity to have one free product and to review it with MY HONEST OPINION no matter what my opinion was. In this article I will be going over ingredients, taste, mixability, and price. At the end of this article I will give you all my overall impression of the product, if I enjoyed it, would I buy it, and the best way to use it.
I wanted to start with the ingredient, because being the nutrition and fitness nut I am I wanted to review how effective this product would be for anyone to use in their diet. With the serving size being 1 Tablespoon, you are given roughly 15 servings. Some could say that is not a lot, but most individuals are not going to use an entire tablespoon of seasoning (which means plenty more servings). Each tablespoon has 13.9 grams of healthy fat ( 6.6 grams polysaturated and 3 grams monosaturated), 10 grams of carbohydrates (6.6 grams of fiber and .4 grams of sugar), and 6.6 grams of protein. Given most individuals are not getting enough healthy fats, fiber, or protein in their diet, this product would be an incredible supplement to any meal.
Next, we have taste. This product tastes just as the label says. Do you like lemon pepper? You will absolutely enjoy this seed based lemon pepper seasoning! Nothing was different taste wise in this product besides the fact that it was a little weaker in taste, but no so much to really make a difference. You may need to use slightly more of this product than if you used regular lemon pepper, but the health benefits are well worth that extra pinch.
When it came to mixability, this product served me well. I used the seasoning on chicken, veggies, fish, eggs, and sandwiches. Any meats, breads, or vegetables would greatly benefit with the seasoning.
The price of one bottle (15 tablespoons/servings) is 9.99. That's roughly 1.50 per serving and only a few more bucks than buying regular lemon pepper.
I have to say I truly enjoyed the product. It tasted great, has great nutrients, and is at a low cost. In my opinion if you were already going to buy lemon pepper for a few bucks, it is well worth your time to spend a few extra bucks to get the health benefits from the omegaseedspice lemon pepper.
A Few Meals I Used With the lemon pepper seasoning