Linseed

Linseed

its composition, including omega-6 (linoleic) and omega-3 (α-linolenic) fatty acids, various dietary fibers, which have benefits in reducing the risk of cancer and cardiovascular diseases, lowering LDL cholesterol levels and relaxing the cells Smooth muscle in arteries by increasing blood flow.

Linen essential fatty acids participate in different metabolic processes of the cell, not only as structuring components of the cell membrane, but also as storage lipids.

Linen is consumed in the form of seeds (whole, ground or roasted), as oil and as flour to provide nourishment of basee as atsa created by Bioandfood

 Linen can be considered a functional food. Different formulations containing linen are available on the market in the form of e.g. microencapsulated capsules and powders having potential as nutraceuticals for their beneficial effects on health.

This document reviews the different lipid classes found in flax seeds and their genomics. It also discusses the beneficial effects of flax and flaxseed oil and their biological benefits as ingredients in pharmaceuticals and nutraceutical products.

 

Kidney diet and protocolls to follow

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[Nutritional value and functional properties of linseed].

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21390942


Food Grains and Oilseeds Processing Division, Ludhiana, India, Central Institute of Post Harvest Engineering and Technology. singh ciae@yahoo.com
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