Always been used in folk medicine for their laxative and emollient, flax seeds have no noticeable culinary qualities. Are a..
Always been used in folk medicine for their laxative and emollient, flax seeds have no noticeable culinary qualities. Are almost tasteless. However, they have interesting medicinal properties.
In addition to the nutrients mentioned above for the other half (remember, in particular, the high content of polyunsaturated fatty acids) that make them have mucilage recommended as aids in preventing constipation. It just a tablespoon in the morning on an empty stomach, served with at least 1 / 4 of a liter of water, herbal teas or fruit juices. The same assay can also help those who suffer from heartburn.
Flax seeds can be added to the mixture of flakes or bread for breakfast.
Packaged of 250g, severely organic.
Nutritional values per 100 grams:
Edible part: 100 gr. - Calories: 373
Animal protein: 0 grams.
Vegetable protein: 24.5 grams.
Carbohydrates: 0 gr.
Fat: 31 grams.
Fiber: 8.2 grams.
Iron: 198 mg
Calcium: 198 mg
Vitamin C: 3 mg