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WhaT is the best waY to consume flaxseEds...aLso do they produce heat in the body? I am a teeNager n i have pimples on my face so should i consume theM n how
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Hi Flaxseeds are good source of omega 3 with the benefits already told by Ms. Gupta, it is also rich in fiber. But it depends why do you want to consume flaxseeds at first place? Since you are a teenager, if your weight is ok, then you should have a balanced diet. You get omega 3 in nuts like walnuts, if non veg you can have sea fishes for the same. Fibers from fruit n veggies. So, there are lot of options for your food intake which gives you the benefits of what flaxseeds gives you. Hence you can combine all the other foods and enjoy your time. Be happy.
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Flaxseeds are good in omega fatty acids and helpful in lowering cholesterol ,LDL and good for bone health.It is high calorie food and having warm nature. You can eat them 1 tsf daily mix with soup or dal ir chaoati dough or as such in roasted form after food or in the morning also.
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