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Cold Pressed Organic Flax Oil, Evening Primrose Oil, Essential Organic Oils, Whole Flax Seed, Milled Flax Seed, Vitamins, Minerals and more
The finest, freshest Organic Oils available direct to your doorHealth Divine Flax Oil is regarded as the finest, most pleasant tasting Omega 3 Oil on the market and our Evening Primrose Oil matches the same high quality. Health Divine is the first choice for nutritionists, doctors and medical practitioners as we produce only 100% pure oils without compromise with no additives or preservatives.
Essential Organic OilsI must admit that I didn't know too much about essential fatty oils until I went to have my blood pressure checked at my local health centre. It seems my cholesterol level was up and my blood pressure was sky high, which might explain why I've been feeling so listless as of late. The nurse told me that Omega 3 is full of essential fatty acids and there are certain essential Organic Oils that contain this vital ingredient. Apparently if you take the essential Organic Oils on a daily basis they can have positive health benefits. Flax Oil is typical of the type of organic liquid that can be taken on daily basis. The liquid varieties can be added to juice drinks or placed directly into food products like yoghurt. This ensures that the essential Organic Oils get right into the system. Over a period, a deficiency of Omega 3 can lead to real health problems. After I visited the nurse, I made sure that I went out and bought a supply of the flax oil. You don't tend to notice it when it's put into food or drink and the benefits that it does to the body are numerous.
Flax OilThere are certain oils within the body that can help with wellbeing and if you deprive the body of these oils your health could be put at risk. Called essential fatty acids they help out with body functions such as repairing muscles, balancing hormones and the renewal of cells. The main fatty acid in the body is Omega 3 and a deficiency of it can lead to long-term health complications. You can make sure that you are receiving a healthy supply of Omega 3 by taking Flax Seed Oils. It's possible to buy capsule varieties of the Flax Seed Oils but for a fast and direct introduction to the system the liquid varieties are best. Simply place the liquid in one of your favourite still drinks or add it food items like yoghurt and you won't even know that it is there. Now you might not even know that you have a deficiency in Omega 3. Certain signs can give it away such as a lack of energy, high cholesterol, or high blood pressure to name but a few. One thing is certain and that's by taking the Flax Seed Oils on a daily basis you are making sure that your body receives the necessary Omega 3 that it requires.
Did you know that research has shown that most diets are deficient in Omega 3 essential fatty acids?
One of nature's richest sources of Omega 3 is Flax OilWe pride ourselves in manufacturing the finest, freshest organic flax oil using our own Coldstream process with no additives or preservatives.
What is Omega 3?Omega 3 has been recognised as a positive benefit to health for more than 3000 years. It is a super polyunsaturated Essential Fatty Acid which has many benefits in our daily lives. It is known as an Essential Fatty Acid because these oils are vital for normal body functions such as renewal of cells balancing hormones, repairing muscles and tissue as well as many other essential processes in the body. Omega 3 is referred to as essential as it must be ingested in food directly as the body cannot synthesise it from other foods not containing Omega 3.
What if I am deficient in Omega 3 and EFA?A continual deficiency in any EFA (Essential Fatty Acid) may eventually lead to chronic serious illness.
What to look out forDry flaky skin, Possible weight increase, Lack of concentration or attention deficiency, Lack of energy, Continually getting colds or infections, Arthritic type pain, High blood pressure, High cholesterol, Increase in allergies.
How to take flax oilFlax oil can be added to low fat yoghurt or taken with you favourite fruit juice.
Flax SeedHave you been feeling fairly lethargic as of late and does your skin always seem flaky these days. Maybe your blood pressure is through the roof and if there's a cold around then you are bound to catch it. All of these symptoms might be the result of a lack of essential fatty acid in your diet. Omega 3 normally provides the fatty acids but if you are lacking in it you might want to take certain supplements to boost your levels. One of the best sources of Omega 3 is flax oil and you can buy Cold Pressed Organic Flax through high street herbalists. Better still, why not buy your Flax oil online and save yourself the hassle of having to pop to the store. The Cold Pressed Organic Flax oil can be added direct to diary products like low fat yogurt. If you like you could put it into a soft drink and you won't even taste the difference. You'd be amazed at just what a difference it can make to take the Cold Pressed Organic Flax oil on a daily basis. Instead of feeling lethargic all of the time you might just find that you suddenly have bags more energy.
Did you know that Flax Seed and Flax Oil will optimise the immune system and is a primary energy source for the heart muscle?
The benefits of Flax SeedOrganic flax seed has excellent positive benefits for our health and well-being. Ground and used as a breakfast cereal, flax seed is bursting with nutrition, vitamins and minerals. High in both soluble and insoluble fibre flax seed has also the highest amount of lignans than any other vegetable.
Approximately half the weight of flax seed is made up of nutritionally rich oils and about one third being beneficial Omega 3. The remainder is made up of fibre, the full array of complete amino acid proteins for building a strong body, and a wealth of nutrients. Flax seed is the richest source of plant lignans, which is being investigated for the possible benefits as an anti-tumour aid. Fibre is an abundant part of the whole flax seed, which is important for out intestinal and colon health. Flax seed contains both soluble and insoluble fibre. The soluble fibre in flax seed is best known as mucilage, containing between 12-15%. Soluble fibre such as mucilage nourishes favourable intestinal bacteria, slows the rate of sugar entering the circulatory system, which may aid in the stabilization and modulation of blood glucose. Mucilage is a natural substance found in vegetables. It has the ability to buffer excess acid. Mucilage may aid in preventing re-absorption of bile acids, reduce absorption of cholesterol from foods and increase the amount of cholesterol excreted. Flax seed is also an excellent mild laxative, which will also benefit the colon and bowel.