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Fruity Flaxseed Muffins These moist and high-flavor flax muffins are not only good for you, but they taste great too. Ingredients: 1/2 cup crushed pineapple with juice, canned; 1/2 cup finely chopped apples (with peel) 2 tablespoons canola oil; 1 large egg, higher omega-3 if available, beaten lightly; 2 egg whites (or 1/4 cup egg substitute). Flaxseed is one of the world’s most powerful superfoods. Not only has it been shown to reduce the risk of cancer, stroke, heart disease, and diabetes, it.
Ground flaxseed will go rancid in as little as a week if left at room temperature due to the oxidation. Storage & Preparation. Flaxseed can be found for purchase as either whole or ground flaxseed (also called mille flaxseed or flaxseed meal).
Buying whole flax seeds can be more cost-effective and will help them keep longer. Flax seeds are teensy tiny nutritional powerhouses. They’re absolutely packed with fiber, omega-3 fatty acids, B vitamins, antioxidants, and cancer-fighting lignans. The lignans in flaxseed help prevent plaque buildup in the arteries by as much as 75%.
Cancer – studies have shown, according to the NIH, that lignans help protect against breast, prostate and colon cancer, interfering with the growth and spread of tumors. Scientists warn too much of ‘superfood’ porridge topping flaxseed ‘could cause cyanide poisoning’ Flaxseed contains a compound that can produce cyanide gas as it degrades. Fibre: Excellent for colon health, flaxseed is bursting with fibre! Blood pressure: Kelley C. Fitzpatrick, director of health and nutrition with the Flax Council of Canada (WebMd), suggests that new research shows blood pressure lowering effects of the flaxseed. She goes on to say that this may be due to the omega 3 content found in flaxseed.
One of the key healthy components of flaxseed is the high amount of omega-3 essential fatty acids in them. These are what is termed “good” fats because of their positive impact on our heart health. They are most commonly found in fish and eggs, which make flax seeds quite useful as a vegan alternative. Flaxseed contains high levels of alpha linoleic acid (ALA), an omega-3 fatty acid that is partially converted to the omega-3 fatty acids (EPA and DHA) that are mainly found in fatty fish like salmon.
Omega-3s have been shown to have incredible health benefits. Superfood Series A-Z: Flaxseed Derived from the flax plant, flaxseed can serve as a healthy supplement to any athlete’s diet. Small—about the size of a sesame seed—and nutty, the seed can be found.
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