Can Flaxseed Reduce Blood Clots?

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Can Flaxseed Reduce Blood Clots?. Photo by Karolina Grabowska on

Can Flaxseed Reduce Blood Clots?

Every minute of every day, our cells are busy breaking down the molecules of certain substances and building up the molecules of others. When we refuel our bodies with essential nutrients, the engine keeps working efficiently with minimal risk of breakdown. But when we consistently try to refuel with foods of poor nutritional value, the engine, your body, starts to work inefficiently and may lead to various health problems.

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What is the Difference Between Brown and Golden Flaxseed?

Brown flax, can be eaten however, it is grown for the commercial Linseed Oil , paint, and solvents Industries. The Omega Golden Flax Seed was developed for human consumption and is preferred for the food market because of its nutty-buttery flavor. The nutritional value of golden flaxseed vs. brown flaxseed are very similar if the samples are of the same quality. Quality is very important in determining the omega-3 and omega-6 content and overall nutritional value.

Some of the Clear Benefits of Flaxseeds Includes:

1. Lowered blood cholesterol levels
2. Lowered high blood pressure
3. Increased energy, vitality, and stamina
4. Increased sense of calmness under stress
5. Reduced threat of blood clots
6. Protection against cancers, particularly hormone sensitive cancers such as breast and prostate

Can Flaxseed Eliminate Cancer?

The results showed that the flaxseed pre-lignans, converted in the intestines by bacteria into powerful anti-cancer lignans, were extremely efficient, in low doses, in killing the breast cancer cells in these volunteer women.

The results were nothing short of dramatic. The growth index in the cancer cells was reduced 34.2%, while the level of programmed cell death increased 30.7%. Women who expressed the HER2 metastatic oncogene saw its expression decrease by a dramatic 71%.

Researchers at The University of Tromso now report that fish oil supplementation lowers blood pressure significantly in people with hypertension and has no effect on glucose control even in people with mid diabetes.

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