You Have Been Eating Flaxseeds All Wrong, Here’s Why…



Do you eat flaxseed? Do you know its benefits?

Flaxseed is the richest vegetable source of omega 3, and its benefits can be enjoyed through golden or brown flaxseed.

It is important to grind the seeds before eating them since our intestines can't digest them whole.

Some of its benefits are:

Improves constipation;
Helps control blood sugar;
Lowers cholestero;
Helps with weight loss;
Lowers the risk of cardiovascular diseases;
Reduces inflammations;
Reduces PMS and Menopause symptoms.

For better results, golden flaxseed is preferred since it is richer in nutrients than the brown version, especially in omega 3.

Besides, you should always eat them ground up. Did you know that?

So, when buying flaxseed, opt for the seeds, not by-products, like the oil or the flour.

To prepare your flaxseed correctly, grind the seeds in a grinder, blender, or food processor.

But now you must be asking yourself: How much should I eat?

Watch the video to learn more!

It is worth noting that, since it has lots of fiber, flaxseed powder needs water to be correctly diluted and absorbed by the intestine.

Now tell us, did you already know that flaxseed needs to be ground before eating and that it should be consumed in up to 24 hours?

0:00 Introduction
0:20 Flaxseed Benefits
1:01 How to Eat Flaxseeds
1:45 How Much Flaxseed Should You Eat a Day?

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