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Nature Pure Wood Pressed Flax seeds  Oil are known for their many health benefits, which include providing a hearty dose of protein and fiber, reducing appetite and aiding in weight control

Given their stellar nutrient profile, it’s no wonder that flaxseed oil is also jam-packed with similar health benefits.

Flaxseed oil, also known as flax oil or linseed oil, is made from flax seeds that have been ground and pressed to release their natural oil.

This health-promoting oil has a wide variety of uses, ranging from cooking to skin care.

This article will explore some of the top benefits of flaxseed oil and a few simple ways to use it.

High in Omega-3 Fatty Acids

 

Much like flax seeds, flaxseed oil is loaded with heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids.

In fact, one tablespoon (15 ml) contains an impressive 7,196 mg of omega-3 fatty acids (3).

Specifically, flaxseed oil contains alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), a form of omega-3 fatty acid that is only converted in small amounts to active forms of omega-3, like EPA and DHA

 

If you aren’t getting enough DHA and EPA in your diet, most guidelines recommend at least 1,600 mg of ALA omega-3 fatty acids daily for men and 1,100 mg for women (5).

Just one tablespoon of flaxseed oil can meet and exceed your daily ALA needs (3).

Omega-3 fatty acids are essential to health and have been associated with benefits like reduced inflammation, improved heart health and protection for the brain against aging

If you aren’t taking fish oil or getting one to two servings of fatty fish in your diet each week, flaxseed oil may be a good solution to help supplement your diet with the omega-3 fatty acids you need.

 

How to Use Flaxseed Oil

One of the best things about flaxseed oil is its versatility. For starters, it can easily be swapped for other types of oil in salad dressings, dips and sauces.

You can also add one serving (one tablespoon or 15 ml) into smoothies or shakes to add some flaxseed oil into your diet with minimal effort.

Keep in mind that flaxseed oil should not be used for cooking, as it does not have a high smoke point and can form harmful compounds when exposed to high heat

In addition to being used in food, flaxseed oil can be applied to the skin to enhance skin health and increase skin moisture.

Alternatively, some people use flaxseed oil as a hair mask to promote growth and shine.