Pros And Cons Of Having Flax Seeds

Tips for ParentBy Onlymyhealth Editorial Team / Feb 25, 2021

Flax seeds are extremely healthy, but you should know about its benefits and drawbacks, to consume it the right way and enjoy all the benefits. Some observations also tell that flax seeds can reduce the risk of breast and prostate cancer. It is also rich in fiber and can also decrease the risk of colorectal cancer. Include flax seeds in your diet surely. 

  • Having flax seeds can reduce the symptoms of signs of ageing on your skin. 
  • Flax seeds can keep you full for longer hours which reduces your appetite, resulting in being an aid for weight loss. 
  • Flax seeds are also believed to be beneficial for your metabolism and keeps your liver healthy. 
  • It can keep your stomach clean and prevent constipation with its digestive properties. 

How to consume flax seeds?

You can have raw flax seeds, but they can be roasted for flavour enhancement. Flax seeds can be grinded in a grinder to bring it in a powder form. You can have one spoon a day but do not consume more than this. A correct quantity can prevent constipation, but overconsuming can cause lose motions too. Many people might even face stomach pain and vomitting. It might even interfere with your medication. If you are on any medication, then avoid having flax seeds. Talk to your doctor before including flax seeds in your diet. 

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