If you don't like the idea of eating raw flaxseeds then experiment a bit with your culinary skills and convert them into ladoos
Flaxseeds are a powerhouse of various essential nutrients that can prove to be quite beneficial for our overall health. These wonder seeds might look small but are packed with a host of health benefitting properties.
There must be a reason why almost every fitness enthusiast is seen munching on flaxseeds. Flat, nutty and shiny, flaxseeds are a treasure trove of health benefits
Flaxseeds for hair: The nutritious superfood can also help you get beautiful, healthy and gorgeous hair. Here's how to make flaxseeds hair gel at home for stronger, longer hair.
Flaxseed milk or flax milk is a low-calorie low-fat alternative for dairy milks and it may be suited for people who are looking to ditch dairy products for any reason.
Flaxseeds are one of the oldest grown crops and are now being backed by scientific research for their health-giving properties.
Would you believe only 100 grams of flaxseeds contain about 18 grams of protein?! Protein helps induce satiety, if you are full, your tendency to inch towards heavy, greasy food lessens - which, in turn, ...
Flaxseeds - the shiny, nutty seeds have an earthy aroma and a host of health benefiting properties.
Tips for Diabetic Diet: Flaxseeds are a treasure trove of insoluble fibres. Fibre enables slow release of sugar in the bloodstream, which helps keep your blood sugar levels in control and prevent risk of spikes.
Many north Indian households prepare a variety of ladoos during winters using seasonal ingredients, this almond and flaxseed ladoo is a great blend of protein and nutty flavours.