Flaxseed, beneficial to the body








Did you know that humans have been consuming flaxseeds as a form of food since ancient times?   According to historians, the man knew these seeds about 600 years ago, and there are documents confirming that flax seeds could be one of the first foods that a person cultivated. 
Thus began research in that type of natural food.



In a nutshell, the elements of flaxseed aid in the digestion process, reduce cholesterol levels, enhance skin brightness, fight cancer, balance hormones, reduce the craving for sugars, and aid in weight loss. 
The consequences of that research are only the beginning of a modern world of a healthy lifestyle, and in this text, we will present to you the most prominent advantages of flax seeds.



Called flax seeds in Alankulaizah ( Flaxseeds Or linseeds In some places) they are tiny seeds with contrasting colors, either brown, golden, or tan.  
 According to biochemists, these seeds are a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids, especially alpha-linolenic acid ( ALA).) 
That creates cars that help humans to fight diseases, as the human body makes use of those cars to make the gray matter in the head.



Benefits of flax seeds:



Rich source of lignan

Which forms a large part of the food we consume as flaxseed contains seven times more lignan than any other vegetable source.



 Rich source of fiber:



Especially those that are soluble in water, which forms a sticky substance that delays the arrival of food and drinks from the stomach to the intestine, and that has a positive influence on bowel movement and colon treatment.



 Eat two tablespoons of flaxseed oil



Helps maintain healthy hair, skin, and nails.



 Alpha-linolenic acid:



Present in these seeds benefits the skin and increases its freshness in addition to reducing skin inflammation.



Eating flaxseeds with walnuts helps reduce the body's absorption of fats



Where these seeds help to lose weight through the fibers that give a feeling of satiety and then reduce calories and the amount of food consumed.





Adding flax seeds to your diet gradually reduces blood cholesterol levels



The soluble fiber in the seeds traps cholesterol and reduces its absorption into the body.



Flaxseed is free of alkalotic



This is why it is an ideal successor to the gluten-filled grains that cause inflammation and allergies.



Attending antioxidants



In fact, these seeds are full of antioxidants that are beneficial to the body.



Flaxseed helps in the digestive process



The alpha-linolenic acid in these seeds protects the lining of the gut.



Protects against dangerous cancers



As a result of the nutritional components present in it.



Ideas for adding flaxseeds to food to increase nutritional value

With eating cereals:   One of the easiest and best ways to use flaxseed is to add it with breakfast cereals, and it is a unique addition to making homemade granola.

With homemade granola sticks: Have you tried making your own home granola sticks? No? There are a lot of easy techniques to create. 
Add flaxseeds with other nuts towards the preparedness.

With buttermilk/yogurt: If your choice for lunch is a box of yogurt and fruits, adding flaxseeds will increase its nutritional price.

With oats: Adding and sprinkling a pinch of flaxseeds into your plate of oats will add delicious taste, premium texture, and a great price. (10 delicious oats recipes).

In succession to the eggs:   Yes! You can use flaxseed instead of eggs if your food choice is vegetarian.
 As it turns out, grinding flaxseeds and mixing them with water results in a mixture close in texture to scrambled eggs, which you can prepare by mixing three tablespoons of ground seeds with one tablespoon of water.

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