Flaxseed Recipes - 50 delicious recipes using Flaxseed to reduce weight and firing up your metabolism rate You all may be aware of the benefits that flaxseeds have but might not be aware of the interesting, delicious and easy ways to make yummy food that will reduce your weight and speed up your metabolism rate. Now isn’t it exciting? Flaxseed is high in omega-3 and is good for people with heart diseases, obesity, cholesterol problems and blood pressure. They are also helpful for patients with cancer. Now you can keep a check on your weight and on what you eat by following simple recipes. In this book you will find: 1. How you can creatively make Flaxseed part of your daily cooking?2. How you can derive tremendous benefits from Flaxseed that it has to offer?3. Delicious recipes that can accommodate Flaxseed without ruing their taste. The recipes in this book will tell you the amount of time required to cook and prepare any recipe. All the recipes use Flaxseed in one way or another. The aim of this book is to provide you scrumptious and appetizing ways to add flaxseed to your daily diet. All recipes come with serving size and cooking time. You can, therefore, choose the recipes at your convenience. It is however advised that you don’t start using high amount of Flaxseed on your daily diet. They are extremely rich in fiber, proteins and other essential nutrients. Start with adding small amount of flaxseed to your diet and increase the amount with time gradually. This book will serve as a great guide towards healthy eating lifestyle and is worth your time and money.
Health Benefits of Flaxseeds For Cooking and HealthTable of ContentsGetting StartedChapter # 1: IntroChapter # 2: Nutritional WorthChapter # 3: Selection and StorageChapter # 4: PrecautionsBig Fiber Load:Oxidation/Rancidity:Cyanide:Flaxseed Oil, an alternative to Fish Oil?Health Benefits of FlaxseedsChapter # 1: IntroductionChapter # 2: The Uniqueness of the NutrientsChapter # 3: Cardiovascular BenefitsChapter # 4: Cancer PreventionChapter # 5: Radio-protectorChapter # 6: Reduction in hot flashesConclusionReferences Getting StartedChapter # 1: IntroIn this day and age, if it was said that flaxseed is the most underrated, natural product in terms of nutrition; the statement wouldn’t be wrong. A very little percentage of people in the civilized world know about the existence of flaxseed, let alone about its wonders. And even those who can identify it call it by a different name, i.e. the ‘linseed’. Comprehensively speaking, flaxseeds are seeds acquired from the fruit of the flax plant. The seeds are of glossy brown appearance, although the color may vary according to the type and resemble the seeds of a watermelon in shape. The plant is one of the easiest cultivated crops and can be found in both tropical and subtropical environments. There is no need to open encyclopedias to learn about the wonders of flax; its importance in our everyday life can be established simply by breaking down and studying its scientific name, Linum usitatissimum. The linum part of the name sounds much like the fabric linen and it is by no coincidence that the fabric is a product of the flax plant. The second part of the word when translated from Latin means, “of greatest use”, and it is true that flax has fulfilled that promise by not only supplying people with a sustainable food source but also by products that can be used to manufacture goods ranging from sails, bow strings and even body armor. The history of flaxseeds began somewhere between 4000BC and 2000BC when the cultivation of flax became a common practice in and around the Middle East& Mediterranean. Since its very inception, the culinary and domestic worth of flaxseeds have run in parallel with each other. Nowadays, flaxseeds are divided according to their quality with the highest one being used for cooking purposes and medium/low quality flaxseeds being processed and then being used in wood finishes, coatings, paints and industrial chemicals.The two most basic varieties of flaxseeds include brown flaxseeds and yellow/golden flaxseeds, both being identical in terms of health benefits with only one exception separating them. Scientists have discovered that a component of the yellow flaxseeds called, ‘solin’ has made the yellow flaxseeds more appropriate for the production of culinary products such as oils. And although brown flaxseeds are also used for the production of cooking oils, most of them find their way in cattle feed, fiber and chemical factories.
Flaxseed Recipes explains how you can increase your consumption of flaxseeds in order to gain the benefits of its omega 3 fatty acids, lignans, fiber and many other health properties. Flaxseed meal, whole flaxseeds, roasted flaxseeds and flaxseed oil are all considered in terms of how to add them to existing recipes. This also includes how to substitute omega 3 rich oils in flaxseed for other less healthy oils; how to used flaxseed as an egg substitute; how to use healthy flaxseed flour instead of highly processed flour and flaxseed for gluten containing flours. Flaxseed can be very useful when people are trying to avoid gluten, wheat and egg products due to health problems such as celiac disease or food allergies. 36 recipes are included which can help with these conditions. The book also explains how flaxseeds can be used in low carb diets such as the Atkins diet. Low carb recipes using flaxseeds are also included in the book. Whether you need to avoid eggs, gluten or wheat or just want to increase the amount of omega 3 fatty acids that you eat flaxseeds could be part of the answer. Get the book now and see how flaxseeds could improve your life.