The Benefits of Flax Seed

  • Reducing risk of cancer
  • Controlling Blood Sugar
  • Reducing arthritic pain
  • Lowering blood pressure and cholesterol
  • Reducing symptoms of PMS and menopause
  • Increasing metabolism
  • Reducing symptoms of asthma, allergies and eczema
  • Stimulate steroid production 
  • Reducing symptoms of ADD/ADHD


Golden flax seed promotes well-being and may help with a variety of health problems.

Fiber : The soluble and insoluble fiber in Golden Flax seed helps move digested food particles through the digestive tract. This helps to remove both toxins and cholesterol, aids in constipation and hemorrhoid problems, and promotes over-all intestinal health.
Cholesterol : Studies show substantial reductions in cholesterol levels simply by adding raw flax seed to the diet.
Inflammatory ailments : Omega-3 (Anti-inflammatory) helps balance the over-consumption of Omega-6 (Inflammatory) found in vegetable oils, and deep fat frying which can lead to inflammatory disorders such as asthma, allergies, arthritis, neuritis or sinusitis
Blood sugar : Flax is a low-glycemic food.  Adding ground flax to a food with a high glycemic index (bread, pancakes, white rice etc) lowers the glycemic response of the body, thereby making it ideal for diabetics or anyone interested in losing weight.
Menopause: Flax is an excellent plant source of estrogen and can be a great alternative to Hormone Replacement Therapy. Isoflavones help relieve hot flashes, night sweats, promotes vaginal moisture, and has none of the possible negative side effects of HRT.
Prostate : Flax contains Lignans, which serve to protect against prostate cancer.
Breast Cancer : High Lignan content aids in the prevention of breast cancer and other cancers of the female reproductive system.
Healthy Skin : Omega-3 may improve acne, psoriasis, eczema, and dry, scaly skin conditions.
Brain food : The Omega-3 found in flax seed provides the brain with critical fatty acids. Studies show ample amounts of fatty acids may help lessen depression and mood disorders
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