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Flax Seed

Flax is grown both for its seeds and fibers.


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Flax Seed Oil 1300 mg 60 gel
Flax Seed Oil 1300 mg 60 gel
USD $10.99
Rx Vitamins
Flax Seed Oil 8 oz
Flax Seed Oil 8 oz
USD $10.99
Omega Nutrition
Flax Seed Oil Organic 90 cap
Flax Seed Oil Organic 90 cap
USD $12.40
Cardio Research/Ecological
Flax Seed Powder 16 oz
Flax Seed Powder 16 oz
USD $24.63
Allergy Research Group/Nutricology
Flax Seed Oil (Organic) 12.75 oz
Flax Seed Oil (Organic) 12.75 oz
USD $17.00
Progressive Labs
Flax Seed Oil 90 gels
Flax Seed Oil 90 gels
USD $12.80
DaVinci Laboratories
Flax Seed Oil 1000 mg 120 gels
Flax Seed Oil 1000 mg 120 gels
USD $10.99
Protocol
Vegan Flax Seed Oil 1000 mg 90 vcaps
Vegan Flax Seed Oil 1000 mg 90 vcaps
USD $10.99
Deva Nutrition
Flaxseed Oil Formula 60c
Flaxseed Oil Formula 60c
USD $16.96
D'Adamo Personalized Nutrition
Flax Oil 1000 mg 100 Softgel
Flax Oil 1000 mg 100 Softgel
USD $18.70
Vital Nutrients
Flax Lignan SDG 78mg 60 vcap
Flax Lignan SDG 78mg 60 vcap
USD $59.30
Vital Nutrients
Flax Oil capsules 1000 mg 90 softgels
Flax Oil capsules 1000 mg 90 softgels
USD $17.00
Progressive Labs
Flax Hull Lignans 5.3 oz
Flax Hull Lignans 5.3 oz
USD $37.50
Progressive Labs
Ortho Multi with Flax Oil 400 mg 90 gels
Ortho Multi with Flax Oil 400 mg 90 gels
USD $27.00
Protocol
Flax Oil (Certified Organic) 1000 mg 100 gelcaps
Flax Oil (Certified Organic) 1000 mg 100 gelcaps
USD $19.84
Verified Quality
Flax/Borage Oil 250'S
Flax/Borage Oil 250'S
USD $41.10
Pure Encapsulations
Nutra-Flax 360'S
Nutra-Flax 360'S
USD $30.40
Pure Encapsulations
FlaxCaps 1000 mg 100 gel
FlaxCaps 1000 mg 100 gel
USD $19.60
Karuna
Flax Handmade Orange Bar Soap 4.8 oz
Flax Handmade Orange Bar Soap 4.8 oz
USD $9.99
Omega Nutrition
Hi Lignan Nutri - Flax Powder 8 oz or 227 g
Hi Lignan Nutri - Flax Powder 8 oz or 227 g
USD $9.99
Omega Nutrition


Flax seeds come in two basic varieties, brown and yellow or golden, with most types having similar nutritional values and equal amounts of short-chain omega-3 fatty acids. The exception is a type of yellow flax called Linola or solin, which has a completely different oil profile and is very low in omega-3. Although brown flax can be consumed as readily as yellow, and has been for thousands of years, it is better known as an ingredient in paints, fiber and cattle feed. They produce a vegetable oil known as flaxseed or linseed oil; it is one of the oldest commercial oils and solvent-processed this oil has been used for centuries as a drying oil in painting and varnishing.

Flax is grown both for its seeds and for its fibers. Various parts of the plant have been used to make fabric, dye, paper, medicines, fishing nets and soap. It is also grown as an ornamental plant in gardens. One hundred grams of ground flax seed supplies about 450 kilo-calories, 41 grams of fat, 28 grams of fiber, and 20 grams of protein. One tablespoon of ground this and three tablespoons of water may serve as a replacement for one egg in baking by binding the other ingredients together. These that are grown into the ground can also be mixed in with oatmeal, yogurt, wafer (similar to Metamucil), or any other food item where a nutty flavour is appropriate. This sprouts are edible, with a slightly spicy flavour. Excessive consumption of flax seeds can cause diarrhea.

Flax seeds contain high levels of lignans and Omega-3 fatty acids. Lignans may benefit the heart, possess anti-cancer properties and studies performed on mice found reduced growth in specific types of tumors. Initial studies suggest that flaxseed taken in the diet may benefit individuals with certain types of breast and prostate cancers. Flax may also lessen the severity of diabetes by stabilizing blood-sugar levels. There is some support for the use of flax seed as a laxative due to its dietary fiber content though excessive consumption without liquid can result in intestinal blockage. Consuming large amounts of this can impair the effectiveness of certain oral medications, due to its fiber content.

Its high content of alpha linolenic acids has made the ancient flax seed become our modern miracle food. Alpha linolenic acid is a type of plant-derived omega 3 fatty acid, similar to those found in fish such as salmon. Benefits of flax seed as shown in many studies include lowering total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol (the Bad cholesterol) levels. Other benefits show that flax seed may also help lower blood triglyceride and blood pressure. It may also keep platelets from becoming sticky therefore reducing the risk of a heart attack. Aside from alpha linolenic acid, flax seed is rich in lignan. Lignan is a type phytoestrogen and also provides fiber. Researches reveal that lignan in this shows a lot of promise in fighting disease -- including a possible role in cancer prevention especially breast cancer.

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