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 Through the ages flaxseed has been used for all kinds of illness except as food. Flax is one of the oldest fiber used in the making of linen. Its seed also known as linseed is used in making paint. In the modern world the closest it has come to food is feeding livestock. Today research has shown that flaxseed is good for our health. It has shown to help fight heart disease and cancer. It is a great source of compounds called lignans. You would have to eat sixty cups of broccoli to get the same amount of lignans that are in one quarter cup of flaxseed.
 

 This is important because lignans may have powerful antioxidant properties that can help block bad effects harmful oxygen molecules called free radicals. These molecules are thought to cause changes in the body that can lead to cancer. Flaxseed is very high in fiber. Three table spoons give you twelve percent of the daily value which is great for your intestines. It helps move your bowels more quickly making them less likely to do harm. Flaxseed also appears to lower levels of dangerous low density lipoprotein cholesterol the kind that can cause heart disease. I a study people who ate five table spoons of flaxseed a day lowered their cholesterol by eight percent.

 Laboratory research has shown the lignans in flaxseed may have bacteria and fungus fighting abilities which mean it can help in fighting infections. Lignans can help subdue cancerous changes once they have occurred in research studies. It has been shown that the omega 3 fatty acids the it contains appear to reduce the incidence of blood clotting that can increase the risk of heart disease and stroke.
 

 Remember flaxseed is protected by a tough outer shell. It is not like pumpkin or sun flower seeds it is usually used in other foods. You can soak them in water over night to soften the shell to eat. You can add them to a whole grain cereal for breakfast. Sources for flaxseed are in the health food departments and should be bought whole and not in oil forms. You should buy the cracked or milled forms and can be eating out of the package or sprinkled on salads or food. You can ground the seed in a coffee grinder and add to muffins, bread, or other baked goods. You can also buy flax flour and you won't notice any change in the taste.



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