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What is linseed oil used for?

Linseed oil medicinal properties

Linseed oil produced by cold pressing. It characterized by a high content of polyunsaturated fats and fatty acids omega-3. It contains polyunsaturated fatty acids: alpha-linolenic acid (omega-3) and linoleic acid (omega-6) are on the Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs).

Note! Substituting dietary saturated fats with unsaturated fats helps maintain normal cholesterol levels in the blood (mono- and polyunsaturated fatty acids are unsaturated fats). EFAs are needed for normal growth and development of children. The beneficial effect is obtained with a daily intake of 2 g of alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) and a daily intake of 10 g of linoleic acid (IA).

 The use of linseed oil

Linseed oil is recommended for children over 3 years of age and adults in order to supplement the diet of polyunsaturated fatty acids, especially omega-3.

Note! Linseed oil is also used Dr. Budwig diet.

How do you take linseed oil?

Children over 3 years of age 5 ml (approx. 1 teaspoon), adults from 30 ml to 60 ml (approx. 2-4 tablespoons) per day during meals. Linseed oil can be consumed in the form of a paste of lean white cheese.

Pasta with white cheese with linseed oil

Mix linseed oil, 12.5 grams of lean white cheese with the addition of lean kefir or yogurt. Oil and cheese mix until they receive the paste with the consistency of mayonnaise.

The paste can be administered with vegetables, herbs or cereals.

Note! Linseed oil can be different from each other taste, odor and color (it is allowable eg. bitter taste, herbal etc.), As a result of the presence of natural flavor compounds in seeds loose and does not affect the quality of the oil. May precipitate natural sediment. Linseed oil should be used only for cold - Do not heat and fry dishes nom, because it causes loss of nutritional value.


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