Linseed Oil

By content of unsaturated fatty acids Omega 3 and Omega-6 flaxseed oil products exceeds the usual diet, and only 1-2 tablespoons of flaxseed oil provide the daily needs of unsaturated fatty acids. Linseed oil also contains vitamins (vitamin A, beta carotene, vitamin E – the activity of natural antioxidants, vitamin F, vitamin K, vitamin B) and minerals. On the content of unsaturated fatty acids, flaxseed oil 2 times greater than fish fat. Essential fatty acids are components of the cell membrane and stimulate its vitality and stimulates the renewal of body cells. Flaxseed oil has a marked curative properties in the for metabolic disorders, atherosclerosis, diabetes, cancer, disorders of the sexual sphere. Flaxseed oil has a pronounced positive effect in disorders of fat exchange, reduces elevated blood cholesterol levels.

Plays an important role in the prevention of cardiovascular disease, reduces the risk of stroke. Flaxseed oil has a normalizing effect on liver function, thyroid gland, intestine, stomach, increases the potency. Particularly useful to use linseed oil to fuel fresh salads and salad. They may be mixed with sour cream and other ingredients for cooking sauces. Linseed Oil can fill any porridge, boiled potatoes, add in the first and second courses. Very tasty and good mixing linseed oil with cheese and herbs.

Nutritionists usually recommend flaxseed oil as the most easily digestible and most useful, normalizing lipid metabolism. Flaxseed oil has wound-healing, rejuvenating the skin. It is used for burns, frostbite, and radiation skin lesions. Unsaturated fatty acids, contained in linseed oil, must be present in the diet of pregnant women for the proper formation of the brain of the child and the normal course of childbirth.

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