Benefits of Flax Seeds.

Browse By

Flax seeds have long been known for their health and medical benefits. Eating flaxseed may provide health benefits in the following ways:

Strengthen the heart.

Flax seeds are rich in alpha-linolenic acid. (Alpha-Linolenic Acid: ALA), which is an unsaturated fatty acid in the Omega 3 group that is  essential to the body. 1 ounce or about 28 grams of flaxseed contains about 6.4 grams of omega-3s. 

Research indicates that plant-derived omega-3s have anti-inflammatory properties in the body and help keep your heart rate at a normal level. Additionally, flaxseed intake may help lower blood pressure levels. Because there are omega 3 and amino acids (Amino Acid) as well as studies have found that lignans (Lignans) in flax seeds. May help reduce the accumulation of fat in the walls of coronary arteries. (Atherosclerotic Plaque) up to 75%UFABET 

Helps the digestive system to function normally.

The recommended dietary fiber intake for adults ranges from 25–38 grams per day , with whole flaxseed containing 7.6 grams of dietary fiber , which helps keep food from lingering in the intestines. Stimulate the excretion of waste from the body and soften the stool. This helps prevent constipation and may reduce the risk of colon cancer. 

In addition, eating foods that are high in fiber will make your stomach feel fuller and longer. Thereby reducing appetite and is beneficial for those who control their weight.