Flax Seeds -250gm
- Gluten Free & 100% Vegan - Plant Based Protein.Flax seeds are Good for an active life style, perfect for snacking Hearts best friend, contains oleic acid, improves cardiovascular system
- PRODUCT FEATURES:Agricultural Produce of United States | No Added Sugar | No Salt | No Preservatives | Vegan | Palm Oil Free | Peanut Free | Dairy Free | Gluten Free | Lactose-Free
- NUTRITION: Flax seeds are Highly Nutritious and source of essential macronutrient,Good for nervous system
- WAYS TO USE:Flax Seeds are Suitable for Vegeterians,Vegans, perfect heart healthy snack,blend with milk and have ,high Nutritious food for all.Flax Seeds are Rich in Omega
- Shelf Life: Best before 6 months from date of manufacturing | Storage: Keep resealed and in cool place to preserve freshness |Type of Container: Packed in aluminum foil to retain freashness and box packing outside Key Product Features Shelf Life: Best before 6 months from date of manufacturing | Storage: Keep resealed and in cool place to preserve freshness |Type of Container: Packed in aluminum foil to retain freashness and box packing outside
- Our Nuticious -Flax Seeds Highly Nutritious and source of essential macronutrient,If you are a vegetarian or don't eat fish, flax seeds can be your best source of omega-3 fats.Flax Seeds ability is to lower cholesterol levels.help ful diabitic patients ,Flax seeds contains fibres .
- Sugar free | No added Salt | No Preservatives | Vegan | Palm Oil Free| Dairy Free | Gluten Free | Lactose-Free.
- NUTRITION: Source of healthy fats and dietary fiber, highly nutritious and contains essential macronutrients.
- Shelf Life: Best before 6 months from date of manufacturing | Storage: Keep re-sealed and in cool place to preserve freshness
Health Benefits Of Flax Seeds
Flaxseed is chock-full of omega-3 fatty acids
Flaxseed contains a plant-based type of omega-3 fatty acid called alpha-linolenic acid, or ALA, which has been tied to improved circulation and anti-inflammatory effects. Research shows that these fats may also help fight osteoporosis by reducing the risk of bone fractures, and offer modest protection against type 2 diabetes.
Flaxseed is high in potent antioxidants too
Flaxseed is a top source of particularly health-protective antioxidants called polyphenols. These antioxidants are thought to protect against heart disease and cancer, as well as cell-damaging oxidative stress—which means they may help fend off premature aging and neurodegenerative diseases (like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s) too.
Flaxseed contains both soluble fiber and insoluble fiber. Soluble fiber helps soften stool, so it can pass through the GI tracts and be eliminated more easily. Insoluble fiber helps stimulate the digestive system to move waste through the gut and promote bowel regularity. The two types of fiber work together to support digestive health.
Curb diabetes risk
The lignans in flaxseed are also linked to improved levels of HA1C, a measure of average blood sugar over three months. The seeds may also help curb diabetes risk in other ways, too. In one small study, scientists gave people 0g, 13g, or 26g of flaxseed daily for 12 weeks.The participants all had prediabetes, and included obese men and post-menopausal overweight women. The people in the group who consumed 13g of flaxseed a day had lower blood glucose and insulin levels, and improved insulin sensitivity at the end of the study period.
Good for your heart
The good fats in flaxseed help reduce blood pressure, stave off artery hardening, lower “bad” LDL cholesterol, and prevent strokes. One study in people with high cholesterol found that the consumption of three tablespoons of flaxseed powder daily for three months reduced "bad" LDL cholesterol by almost 20%, and lowered total cholesterol by more than 15%.
Helpful for weight loss
Most of the soluble fiber in flaxseeds is called mucilage. This fiber combines with water to form a gel-like consistency that slows the emptying of the stomach; that leads to increased feelings of fullness, and delays the return of hunger. A meta-analysis of 45 studies concluded that the consumption of flaxseed (particularly 30 grams a day, or about two tablespoons) resulted in reductions in both body weight and waist measurement.
Recipe : Flax Seed Oats Ladoo
- 1 cup rolled Oats
- 1/4 cup Flax seeds
- 1/4 cup roasted Peanut
- 1/2 cup palm jaggery
- 3 tablespoon desiccated coconut
- 4 tablespoon melted Ghee
- Dry roast oats in a pan until a toasted aroma emits and oats become little crisp. It will take about 5 minutes.
- Transfer to a plate.
- In the same pan dry roast flax seeds until they crackle.
- Remove from heat.
- Now in a food processor or chopper add the palm jaggery and grind them to coarse powder.
- If the peanuts are not roasted then roast them also in medium heat until they become crunchy.
- Add roasted oats, Flax seeds, peanuts and desiccated coconut to the jar.
- Now grind them all together to make a coarse mixture.
- To this mixture add 4 tablespoon of melted ghee and grind until well combined.
- Transfer to a bowl.
- Now divide the mixture into 12 equal portions and start making ladoo by pressing each portion tightly with our palm.
- Like this, make all the ladoos before the ghee solidifies.
- Keep them aside at room temperature for some time to set the ladoos well.
- Keep in an airtight container and serve when needed.