In contemporary times, flax isn’t considered any less
remarkable. Rich in fiber, omega-3 fatty acids, B vitamins, calcium, magnesium…
and potassium, research supports the tremendous health advantages of the seed.
A study published in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention
discovered that prostate cancer patients who consumed 30 grams of flaxseed
per day had significant reduction in cancer cell proliferation. In light of the
fact that prostate cancer affects one in six men, prevention and treatment with
flaxseed is a noteworthy alternative to disease.
Likewise, Dr. Johanna Budwig created a successful protocol utilizing blended
cottage cheese and flaxseed oil to heal cancer. Cottage cheese supplies the
necessary carrier of sulphur, while flax oil regenerates the
electrical charge of cellular membranes, resulting in proper cell function and
oxygen utilization. A study at the University of Toronto
also found flax to possess anti-tumor properties when
tested on animals. The researchers believe the extraordinary levels of lignans
in flaxseed are responsible for reduced tumor growth.
But that’s not all. Flaxseed also alleviates the following conditions:
and joint pain