Some Benefits of Linseeds or Flaxseeds. When you leave linseeds in water after for a few minutes, it forms soluble mucilaginous fibres like gel. This characteristics of aids lowering and balance blood sugar, LDL cholesterol levels and a good source of omega-3 fatty acids.
Soluble mucilaginous fibres: aids in digestion and balance the gut bacteria
Flaxseeds are rich with some of the most essential and fundamental nutrients that our body requires like protein, magnesium, calcium, phosphorous, lignan, among other nutrients and minerals.
Lignans present in them help in battling, high levels of estrogen and help in maintaining balanced hormonal levels. Since flaxseeds are energy-dense with excellent satiety value, these make you feel full and therefore facilitate weight management.
Flaxseeds are great for women’s health; regular consumption can help reduce menopausal symptoms and can also help to tackle irregular periods and menstruation-linked discomfort. Women should make the best out of these seeds benefits.
Cumin Flaxseed Sesame GomasioPrint Recipe
- 2 tbsp sesame powder
- 2 tbsp cumin seeds
- 2 tbsp flaxseeds
- 1 tsp salt
Roast cumin seeds, Flaxseeds, sesame, salt and crush into powder.
You can use the powder as garnish on salads, rice or anything you fancy.
Give a great taste and helps in digestion.
In a cup of water, add a tablespoon full whole flaxseed or chia seeds and allow it to soak overnight. In the morning after brushing your teeth and cleaning your mouth drink the flaxseed gel or add it to your breakfast. It has a neutral taste and soft texture, which will enable you to have a clean bowl moment if you have problems.