Flax Seed Hulls

Flax is an oilseed that belongs to the genus Linum. Its varieties are of two types: one is grown for oil and the other for fibre production. In most countries, flaxseed is also called “linseed”.

Whole flax seed hulls has been known as the richest source of nutritional plant lignans and contains from 75 to 800 times more than any other plant source.

Flax Hull Lignans are a group of phytochemical compounds that are concentrated in the fibrous hulls of flaxseeds. While lignans are found in all whole grains, fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds, flax seed hulls have proven to be the no.1 source of lignans because they contain up to 800 times more than any other source.

They are powerful antioxidants and potent free radical scavengers. Flax hulls are also healthful fibers containing both soluble and insoluble fibers and Vitamin B12 in the form of Cobalamin. Additional research has shown that they may prevent many types of coronary heart disease, diabetes and promote many other benefits.

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