Flax flour contains: Omega - 3, vitamin E, dietary and mucous fibers, protein, potassium, zinc, lignans or phytoestrogens. It is exceptionally rich in fiber and polyunsaturated fats, but it contains few digestible carbohydrates. This product is especially useful in combination with kefir.
Use flax flour and kefir
Flax flour has a high nutritional value, recently the medical nutrition from it and kefir has acquired particular value. These 2 products perfectly complement each other, in such a tandem the intestines are cleaned with flax flour and kefir, slags and toxins accumulated there are removed, the microflora is restored.
Omega-3 fatty acids
It is a powerful weapon against anti-inflammatory processes in the body. The lack of Omega -3, in particular with respect to Omega-6, intensifies various types of inflammation.
Flax flour with kefir for weight loss is very useful in order to even out and restore the normal balance of omega acids.
The main component for Omega - 3 fatty acid is alpha - linolenic acid (ALA). However, using flax flour with kefir, you should not rely on it as the only source of Omega -3. Fish is also an important component of a balanced diet. However, flax meal greatly helps in maintaining the body's fatty acid content.
Phytonutrients and purification
Flax flour contains many phytonutrients, as well as antioxidant substances. It is one of the best sources of lignans (biologically active phyto compounds). Lignans in the colon are converted into compounds that can maintain the balance of hormones in women. There is evidence that lignans increase fertility, reduce menopause symptoms, and possibly protect against the risk of developing breast cancer. Also, intestinal cleansing with flax flour and kefir plays a big role in preventing type 2 diabetes.
Flax flour allows you to better assimilate the beneficial components that are contained in flaxseed. Freshly ground flour is preferred, and you can easily make it yourself from seed.
It should be noted that flax flour contains other ingredients as well:
- Vitamin B1.
- Vitamin B6.
- Folic acid.
It is best to take flax flour with kefir, since the amount of fiber in it is quite high. Otherwise it may contribute to constipation.
Cleaning the intestine with flax flour and kefir has positive feedback. People note that there is a general improvement in the condition, a better mood and a desire to activate the lifestyle.
Cocktail to cleanse the body
- 1 tsp. flax flour.
- ¾ Art. kefir.
- ¾ Art. boiled water
- 0.5 tbsp. orange juice.
- 0.5 tbsp. pomegranate juice.
- 3 tsp. linseed oil cold pressed.
Flour the flour with hot water and wait for the mixture to cool. Mix with the remaining ingredients. Have a drink immediately.
Do not think that pouring cold-water flax flour is more useful. Flax seed contains an enzyme that produces hydrogen cyanide, so hot water is needed to neutralize it.
If flaxseed is whole, it can also be poured with cold water, since the enzyme is enclosed within the grain, and the glycosides from which cyanide can be formed are in the shell.
Weight loss by eating flax flour and kefir
Do not think that losing weight will be instant, it’s just the help you provide to the body in the fight against excess weight. A cocktail of these ingredients is effective in weight loss for several reasons:
- Flour is rich in various vitamins and minerals, as well as other beneficial substances that nourish the body. Together with kefir, which regulates the intestinal microflora, nutrition is provided, which significantly reduces calorie intake and helps effective weight loss.
- Flax flour suppresses appetite.
- Flax flour with kefir provokes a gentle cleansing of the body (intestines). A large amount of fiber removes toxins and other harmful accumulated substances. In this case, you will lose weight, and the metabolism will accelerate significantly.
Please note that the use of flaxseed is dangerous for people who have large kidney stones. If you have any chronic diseases, then, before cleansing the body, you should consult a doctor. But in general, contraindications for the use of flax flour and kefir were not found.