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Linseed Seed Oil

Linseed Seed Oil

Linseed Seed Oil is made from flaxseed, which is the flax seed. Cold-pressed  linseed oil is rich in alpha-linolenic acid and is the most effective way to  supplement linolenic acid.

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Linseed Seed Oil is made from flaxseed, which is the flax seed. Cold-pressed linseed oil is rich in alpha-linolenic acid and is the most effective way to supplement linolenic acid.

Nutrients

The sum of crude protein, fat and total sugar in flaxseed is as high as 84.07%. Flaxseed protein has a complete range of amino acids and an essential amino acid content of 5.16%. It is a plant protein with high nutritional value. The content of α-linolenic acid in linseed oil is 53%. α-linolenic acid is an essential fatty acid in human body, which can be converted into eicosapentaenoic acid and docosahexaenoic acid in human body. They are effective activities in fish oil. ingredient. Alpha-linolenic acid has many effects, such as anti-tumor, anti-thrombosis, blood lipid lowering, nutrient brain cells, and regulation of autonomic nerves. Flaxseed contains a large amount of polysaccharides, which have anti-tumor, anti-virus, anti-thrombosis and blood lipid lowering effects.

Linseed Seed Oil also contains VE, a strong and effective free radical scavenger that delays aging and anti-oxidation. Flax seeds contain 23 mg/100 g of flavonoids. Flavonoids have a good effect on lowering blood fat and resisting atherosclerosis. Linseed Seed Oil has a high content of unsaturated fatty acids and a high iodine value. It must be added with an antioxidant or a nitrogen-filled seal.

Impact on maternal

Both EPA and DHA are important intermediate metabolites in the metabolism of α-linolenic acid, and play a very important physiological role in human life activities. After α-linolenic acid enters the human body, EPA and DHA are sequentially formed under the action of enzymes. This process is irreversible, that is to say, α-linolenic acid has more effects than DHA, and the effect is more comprehensive. Moreover, when α-linolenic acid enters the human body, the human body can rationally carry out metabolism according to its own needs. As long as the amount of α-linolenic acid is sufficient, how much DHA can be supplemented by the body, and the excess α-linolenic acid is also It can be metabolized into other substances such as EPA to complete other physiological functions. DHA does not have such characteristics, and supplementing excessive DHA will have negative effects, such as low immunity.

Anticancer effect

Anti-cancer and anti-cancer ingredients of linseed oil: Omega-3 fatty acids, which reduce the harmful biochemical substances produced by the body under stress. It is good for stabilizing emotions and keeping calm. Prevent depression and insomnia. It also helps to alleviate allergic reactions. Great for treating and preventing arthritis. It can break down cholesterol. Balance blood pressure and prevent blood from clotting. Prevention of stroke and heart disease. It can also speed up metabolism. Improve the capacity of the immune system. It has the function of inhibiting certain cancer cells.

Lignans, which are absorbed into the intestines, are converted into anticancer compounds by the good bacteria contained in the body to prevent cancer. It also regulates the amount of hormones in the body, relieves some of the symptoms of menopause, inhibits ovarian estrogen synthesis, and reduces the probability of breast cancer.

Inhibition of thrombotic diseases

A. omega-3 series α-linolenic acid and change the fluidity of platelet membrane, thereby changing the reactivity of platelets to stimulation and the number of platelet surface receptors.

B. Because the omega-3 series of α-linolenic acid and arachidonic acid compete for cyclooxygenase and lipoxygenase in cell membrane phospholipids, the metabolites are changed. The production of TXα2, which causes platelet aggregation, is inhibited, and the production of biologically inactive TXα3 is increased, and PGI3 is increased to inhibit the tendency of platelet aggregation to exceed platelet aggregation.

Suppress allergic reactions

Regarding the release of platelet activating factor (PAF) for allergic inflammation, α-linolenic acid can be produced for use.

Anti-inflammatory effect

Ingestion of α-linolenic acid into the human body can be incorporated into white blood cells. When white blood cells are stimulated, they are released and change the white blood cell fluidity, so that the neutralization of white blood cells and the adhesion reaction to endothelial cells are inhibited. Excitation experiments in vitro showed that arachidonic acid (AA) and EPA produced LTB4 and LTB5, respectively, while LTB5's leukocyte-aggregating active enzyme was only 10% of LTB4. The stereoisomerization of LTB5 is inactive. The metabolite produced by the action of lipooxygenase of EPA with a concentration of AA can reduce the yield of LTB by 68%, and the mechanism of inhibition may be to inhibit the activity of LTB hydrolase. Similar conclusions were drawn from in vivo tests. Payan et al found that α-linolenic acid can increase the T lymphocyte reaction, and Ziboh et al believe that DHA may be a mild cyclooxygenase inhibitor to inhibit the production of LT4 by arachidonic acid. Epidemiological investigations have found that Eskimos have significantly less psoriasis and bronchial asthma than the Danes, only 1/25 and 1/9 of them. Clinical studies have also shown that the pathogenesis of psoriasis is mainly caused by arachidonic acid metabolism disorder, and the symptoms are alleviated after a certain amount of α-linolenic acid is ingested.

Prevention of Alzheimer's disease

For the elderly, in order to prevent cerebrovascular diseases such as Alzheimer's disease and hyperlipidemia, a few spoonfuls of linseed oil can be used in cooking.

Linseed Seed Oil is rich in linolenic acid (which can reach 57%). Linolenic acid can be oxidized in the body to DHA, which controls the brain, providing adequate nutrition to the brain. In the absence of linolenic acid in the body, it is easy to cause imbalance in the intake of omega three fatty acids, which causes brain atrophy. For the elderly, the lack of linolenic acid also increases the incidence of senile dementia. Linolenic acid also has a good inhibitory effect on the formation of hyperlipidemia.


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