INGREDIENTS: 100% GOLDEN FLAX SEEDS
Flax seeds have been cultured since ancient times. It has been a part of many healthy diets. These contain:
- Omega-3 Fatty Acids.
- Vitamin E.
It is also a prime source of fiber. It helps in preventing, and even treating constipation.
Benefits of flax seeds also include granting the body with essential fatty acids (EFA). It helps maintain a healthy heart. Its high content of alpha linoleic acids has made it our modern miracle food. These are a type of omega 3 fatty acid. They are similar to those found in many fishes such as salmon.
To help the body create EFAs, flax seeds should be added to diets. It helps lower cholesterol levels. It also prevents a range of heart diseases.
It can help in lower blood pressure readings. It aids people who suffer from hypertension and headaches due to high blood pressure.
EFAs found in flax seeds can aid as an anti-depressant. Studies show that people who are depressed have lower levels of certain acids. It can also lower total cholesterol and bad cholesterol levels.
Grind flax seeds in a coffee to enhance the digestibility. Doing so will also add to its nutritional value. It can also improve the flavor. There are coffee lovers that gets a kick out of flax seed coffee.
If adding ground flax seeds to a cooked cereal or grain dish, do so at the end of cooking. It can thicken liquids if left too long.
Adding flax seeds to the cereal, bread, cookie, or muffin recipes will give it a fiber boost.
For breakfast shakes, putting ground flax seeds will increase its nutritional value.
Adding flax seeds to salads, soups, and sandwiches gives them an added crunch. It make the recipe even healthier. It can also be added to Yogurt. Yogurt is high in protein. Muscle builders will enjoy the treat further when added with flax seed. It can also be used to coat Chicken recipes.
Cooked vegetables can have an extra nutty flavor when sprinkled with ground flax seeds.You can even add a tablespoon of flax seed oil to smoothies to give it a fiber boost! USDA — Organic