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Golden Flaxseed is the best plant-based source of Omega3 fatty acid available. Omega3 helps lower your cholesterol and blood pressure, reducing your risk of heart attack. Golden flax is also full of antioxidants and fibre. In addition, incorporating Golden Flaxseed into your daily diet can:
  • Help reduce your risk of breast and colon cancer Flax is very high in
    lignans, which have anti-tumor properties?lignans act as antioxidants that could mirror the results of Tamoxifen, the anti-cancer drug for breast cancer.
  • Lower your risk of heart disease Heart disease, the number one killer in
    America, has claimed the lives of too many of our family and friends. Years of a sedentary lifestyle, super size meals and processed foods has finally caught up with us. Can flax help? Yes it can. Numerous studies have been done on the effect of flax on heart disease, yielding many positive findings. Flax has been found to help reduce total cholesterol, LDL levels (the bad cholesterol), triglycerides. Flax helps to reduce clotting time and thereby reduces the chance for heart attacks and strokes. Regular intake of flax protects against arrhythmias and helps keep the arteries clear and pliable!
  • Lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels In proper balance, omega-3?s and omega-6?s work to form the membranes of every cell in your body, play a vital role in the active tissues of your brain, and control the way cholesterol works in your system.
  • Help reduce the onset of diabetes
  • Combat constipation diarrhea and relieve IBS symptoms
  • Boost your immune system
  • Reduce symptoms of menopause and PMS
  • Helps with weight management
  • Helps reduce the pain of arthritis Flax is high in Omega 3 essential fatty
    acids. That?s good news for people who suffer from inflammatory disorders,
    including rheumatoid arthritis. Health experts, such as former Surgeon General C. Evertt Koop, recommend eating foods high in Omega 3?s for people suffering from rheumatoid arthritis. It is the inflammation within the joints that cause so much of the pain associated with arthritis. The January 1996 issue of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition reported that the participants in a study that took flax oil daily reduced inflammatory responses by as much as 30%.
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