Flax Seeds are considered as one of the most powerful plants in the planet. Flax Seeds contain 800 times more Lignans than any other food plant. Flax Seeds are one of the best vegetarian sources of Omega-3, which is found in Salmon Omega-3. 50 gms of Flax Seeds is equivalent to that found in 3-ounce of Salmon serving. It also contains Omega-9 and Omega-6 essential fatty acids. Enriched with these essential fatty acids also known as ‘good fat’, Lignans and a healthy dose of fiber, Flax Seeds were the first superfood that was produced and consumed for its benefits. Flax Seeds can be used in baking as a substitute for wheat and other cereals that are not gluten free. Medically speaking, it has a host of uses. It also helps with uncomfortable symptoms of menopause, and promotes lowering of cholesterol and reducing weight.
Omega-3 essential fatty acid, Lignans, Fiber, Iron, Vitamin B6, Magnesium and Potassium.
Sprinkle over cold cereal. Stir it into hot cereal like oatmeal. Mix into your salad. Bake them into cookies, crackers, and muffins.
High on fiber and low on carbohydrates. It promotes weight loss and has high quantities of anti-oxidants. Controls constipation and regulates the functioning of the intestine. Promotes digestive health and is anti-inflammatory in nature.
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