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Flax seeds: A miracle food on keto diet. Flaxseed meal low carb recipes and benefits. Flaxseed Oil, Vegan, gluten-free, Omega3.
Superfood and Wonder food for Weight loss. And the reason for all these names is that Flaxseeds are loaded with nutrients and has many many health benefits.
Flax Seeds are high in Omega 3 Fatty acids, which keeps our heart and brain healthy. Flax seeds help improve digestion, lower cholesterol, reduce sugar cravings and promotes weight loss.
It is high in fiber and fat but the best part is that it is low in net carbs. In fact, nearly all of its carbs come from fiber, making it ideal for low-carb and ketogenic diets.
There are only 1.6 grams net carbs per 100 grams of Flax Seeds. Coming to its Availability. Flaxseed is available as whole seeds, as flaxseed meal, and as flaxseed oil, which makes this amazing food a versatile ingredient and can be easily added to our daily diet. There are a variety of low carb flax seeds recipes you can try.
Keto Flaxseeds Wrap, Crackers, Keto Tortillas, Keto Bread, Keto Roti, Keto Chapati and many more.
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