Flaxseeds have been cultivated and used as a nutritional supplement for centuries. This crop is emerging as an important functional food ingredient because of its rich α-linolenic acid (ALA, an omega-3 fatty acid), lignan, and fiber content. Flaxseed oil, fibers, and flax lignans have potential health benefits, such as a reduction in cardiovascular disease, atherosclerosis, diabetes, cancer, arthritis, osteoporosis, and autoimmune and neurological disorders. Flax protein also helps prevent and treat heart disease, and further supports the immune system.
iCan London Pure Black Seed Oil Key Features
- High in Omega-3 Fatty Acids
- May Help Reduce Cancer Cell Growth
- Could Benefit Heart Health
- May Help Treat Constipation and Diarrhea • May Improve Skin Health
- May Reduce Inflammation
- Flax seeds are rich in fibre, thus they help flush out toxins and clean your colon
- Improves digestion
- Lowers blood pressure
- Lose Weight Naturally
Cold pressed flax seed oil – flax seed oil is a great source of omega -3 fatty acids. Omega-3’s are essential for human health, aiding in the reduction of inflammation, improved heart health, and protection for the brain from aging.
Unrefined, natural, 100% pure – no heat treatment was used in the extraction of our flax seed oil, keeping our product 100% natural and allowing the full flavor and benefit of the seeds to be retained. There are also no additives, fillers or preservatives.
Supplement your diet – enjoy right off the spoon or in many foods such as salads, yogurt, oatmeal, smoothies, and more! Flaxseed can be included in various recipes, and it can be used as a cooking oil.
Flax seed nutrients – iCan London’s versatile oil is packed with nutritional benefits including omega-3 fatty acids, plant-based protein, fiber, phenolic compounds, calcium, and magnesium 9,000mg omega 3, 2,000mg omega 6, and 2,500mg omega 9.
Holistic health – our flaxseed oil can aid in the reduction of inflammation. Digestive, bowel, skin and heart health & blood pressure can benefit from increased intake of omega 3 fatty acids.
- Try blending them into your smoothie or sprinkle on a salad
- You can also sprinkle onto pasta, wok, or stew
- Bake into crackers, cookies, muffins, or bread
- Try to use as a vegan egg substitute in baking
- Can be added to yoghurt or oatmeal