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What is Flaxseed?

‚ÄčThe seed comes form flex, which is one of the worlds oldest sources of fiber. Flaxseed is a powerful source of a healthy fat, antioxidants and fiber. Research has come to suggest that flaxseed can even help lower the risk of diabetes, cancer, and heart disease.

Flaxseed Health Benefits‚Äč

There are many health benefits that are associated with consuming flaxseed. Here are the most notable health benefits of flaxseed:

Reduces Cholesterol: Flaxseed is a great source of fiber which makes it great for lowering cholesterol and even helping balance blood sugar levels. ‚Äč

Nutrition: Flaxseed contains high amounts of vitamin b and magnesium ‚Äč

Healthy Heart: flaxseed has been shown to reduce the risk of a heart attack and strokes‚Äč

Hormone Balance: Flaxseed is high i phytochemicals which are especially beneficial to women since they aid in balancing female hormones. ‚Äč

Diabetes: Consuming flaxseed can help and improve blood sugar levels

Immune System: Flaxseed can improve the body's immune system and assist with fighting off infections

Constipation: It is a natural laxative that can help relieve constipation painlessly

Cancer: Flaxseed contains a group of chemicals called lignans. Research has shown that this chemical could help protect the body from cancer‚Äč

Flaxseed is also a great source of omega-3 fatty acids.

Flaxseed Uses

Flaxseed can be bought from your local supermarket or online. To use flaxseed you can simply add it to your everyday meals like cereal, soup, yogurt, smoothies, or oatmeal. I love adding flaxseed to smoothies or mix it in with some yogurt and fresh fruit. You can also use it when baking by substituting it for a part of the flour content.


December 31, 2020
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