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Flax seeds

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EXCEPTIONALLY HIGH AMOUNT OF ALPHA LINOLENIC ACID (ALA)
RICH IN FAT, PROTEIN AND DIETARY FIBRE
RICHEST SOURCE OF PLANT LIGNANS WHICH ARE PHYTOESTROGENS
ONE OF THE MOST NUTRITIOUS PLANT PROTEINS
GOOD FOR CHOLESTROL CONTROL
PROMOTES BONE HEALTH & FRACTURE RECOVERY

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Flaxseed
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    - The earliest evidence of humans using wild flax as a textile comes from the present-day Republic of Georgia, where spun, dyed, and knotted wild flax fibers found in Dzudzuana Cave date to the Upper Paleolithic, 30,000 years ago.
    -  Humans first domesticated flax in the Fertile Crescent region.
    - Flax was cultivated extensively in ancient Egypt, where the temple walls had paintings of flowering flax, and mummies were embalmed using linen. Egyptian priests wore only linen, as flax was considered a symbol of purity.
    - Evidence exists of a domesticated oilseed flax with increased seed-size from Tell Ramad in Syria and flax fabric fragments from Çatalhöyük in Turkey by circa 9,000 years ago.
    - In China and India, domesticated flax was cultivated at least 5,000 years ago.

    - Almost all parts of the flax plant can be utilised to make different things.
    - Flax seeds are used as a nutritional supplement and oil is extracted from it.
    - Flax fibre is used to make linen and are considered to be two to three times as strong as cotton.
    - Linseed meal, the by-product of producing linseed oil from flax seeds, is used as livestock fodder.
    - The antioxidant activity of the flaxseed has been shown to reduce total cholesterol.
    - Alpha linolenic acid, the omega-3 fat found in flaxseed promotes bone health by helping to prevent excessive bone turnover.
    - Flaxseed is used as a herbal medicine which has high amount of lignans, phytoestrogen and soluble fiber. 
    - The protein content in flaxseed has been reported to between 10.5% and 31%.
    - Flax seed sprouts are edible, with a slightly spicy flavour.

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