One third of the flaxseed oil is consisted of pure oil and the rest of it is consisted of fibers and vegetable protein adhesive. What makes this oil really special is the fact that flaxseed oil contains three acids, named alpha linolenic acid, omega 3 and omega 6 acids. (These 3 acids are marked with an -- EFA).
Great is the number of people who have lack of 3 EFA acids. Fats are also a great substitute in such cases since they contain sufficient amounts of Omega 3 fatty acids. If you do not enter enough Omega 3 acids you might come across some serious health problems.
Studies show that many diets are not containing enough amount of Omega 3 fatty acids, which can cause serious health problems:
It has been proven that Omega 3 acids destroy specific cancer cells without destroying healthy cells and normal cells.
- Heart Disease
Omega 3 helps in reducing blood pressure, cholesterol and heart arrhythmia.
- Skin Problems
Omega 3 acids act significantly in preventing skin problems, such as acne and also contribute to the reduction of stress and the harmful consequences follow.
Studies show that if patients consume oils rich in Omega 3 they may reduce the need for taking drugs.
Flaxseed oil is good for the health
Flaxseed is ideal for those who have a sensitive stomach because hemp contains 12% of vegetable glue, which makes it great natural laxative.
- Flaxseed oil prevents the development of toxins in the intestines
- Soothes ulcers and other bowel disorders
- Processed toxins and calms the nerves down
- Serves as a protector of stomach acids
Flaxseed oil also contains lignin which has anti-viral and anti-bacterial action. Flaxseed contains lecithin that melts fat and cholesterol.
Using flaxseed oil:
You can buy flaxseed oil and seed. If you decide to buy the oil, you must keep it in the fridge because it oxidizes easily, which leads to the release of free radicals. Also, buy flaxseed in small bottles because it has a short shelf life.