Flax seed oil is an excellent source of heart-healthful fatty acids while lignans help boost immunity and support breast and prostate health. From Nature's Sunshine - A rich vegetable source of omega-3 essential fatty acids. Flax seed oil is the richest (about 55%) known source of alpha linolenic
acid (LNA) omega-3 oil. Cell Membrane health.
FLAX SEED OIL
A rich vegetable source of omega-3 essential fatty acids.
Flax seed oil is the richest (about 55%) known source of alpha linolenic
acid (LNA) omega-3 oil.
You desperately need (good) fat to live.
For instance, your cell membranes are made of a back-to-back layer of fat
Your body will use whatever fat you give it.
Some fats will gradually kill you by contributing to the development
of long-term degenerative diseases.
Other fats will promote cellular health.
Fatty acids are required for many body functions including regulating temperature,
building nerve sheaths, and producing energy.
Essential fatty acids are used to build prostaglandins which are required
for many other critical bio-chemical processes.
If you've used fish oil capsules and objected to the fishy aftertaste, you
will welcome flax seed oil which is twice as dense in omega-3 oils.
To understand more about essential fatty acids, refer to Fats that Heal,
Fats that Kill by Udo Erasmus.
- Vegetable Omega 3, 6 & 9 fatty acids.
- Precursor to prostaglandins.
- Immune system support.
How It Works:
Several scientific studies show that consumption of omega-3 essential fatty acids (EFAs) can benefit good health. Flax Seed Oil is a rich source of EFAs, including linoleic acid. Fatty acids are termed “essential” because the body cannot manufacture them. Flax seed oil is a convenient pant-source alternative to fish oils. The body produces prostaglandins— precursors to hormones and other compounds. Some of these initiate beneficial reactions while others produce negative effects. An improper balance of EFAs in the diet can lead to increased production of the “bad” prostaglandins. Flax Seed Oil with Lignans provides the ideal ratio of omega-3, omega-6 and omega-9 EFAs required to maintain the necessary balance between good and bad prostaglandins. Lignans are phytoestrogens that provide powerful benefits, including boosting the immune system and maintaining hormone balance.
Flax seed oil and lignans.
Take 1–2 softgels with a meal three times daily.