1 Spoon Of These Seeds, Your Body Will Melt All Extra Fat On Its Own And Hair Will Grow Super Fast Like Never Before

Today I will share about amazing flax seeds, regular consumption of these changes can change your complete body for good

How to use flax seeds for hair growth

Simply roast fennel seeds, flax seeds, and sesame seeds separately and then mix them. You can simply use this as a mouth freshener after every meal. Just 1 spoon of this is enough

Now let us discuss the weight loss part. These tiny brown seeds are packed with nutrients that aid weight loss by firing up your metabolism, reducing inflammation, and suppressing your appetite.

Ground flax seeds are truly rich in fiber and thus helps absorb a lot of liquid. When they absorb liquid, they swell and remain so for a fairly long time. That makes you feel satisfied for a long time and there is no craving for other unhealthy foods.

It is important to understand that eating less and then longing for food is not a solution for weight loss. Along with that, flax seeds also help in providing the body with good amounts of nutrients so that the person eating doesn’t get weak in the meantime when her stomach is just running on flax seeds.

The digestive tract also remains well while consuming these naturally healthy seeds, which makes this one of the healthiest and edible seeds ever.

To boost weight loss, there are many ways to include flax seeds in your appetite

Baked Goods: The nutty flavor of flax makes it a great add-on for pastries. Simply add 1/2 cup ground flax seed to your favorite muffin, cookie, or bread recipe.

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Oatmeal: Use flax seed as a crunchy topping for oatmeal, porridge, or cereals.

Toast: Add flax seeds to French toast batter or sprinkle on regular toast.

Yogurt: Mix 1 tablespoon of ground flax seed into yogurt with fruits, nuts, and honey.

Smoothies: Add 1 tablespoon whole or ground flax to any smoothie recipe. Use it as a topping for smoothie bowls.

Salads: Sprinkle on salads for a nutty twist. You can also mix flax into salad dressings.

Sauces: Add to condiments like ketchup, mayonnaise, or mustard.

Chicken or fish: Coat lean meats with a mixture of ground flax and spices. Bake and enjoy.

Pasta: Toss flax seeds into both hot and cold pasta dishes and salads.

Meatballs or burgers: Replace the breadcrumbs with ground flax and spices.