B-Flax-D is a great source of fiber. At Hallelujah Diet, we formulate our B-Flax-D specifically for long term use. In
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B-Flax-D is a great source of fiber. At Hallelujah Diet, we formulate our B-Flax-D specifically for long term use. In addition to fiber, B-Flax-D is also a great source of Vitamin B12, Omega-3 essential fats, Vitamin K2, and Vitamin D. Let’s take a look at the science behind B-Flax-D and why it is a great addition to your diet.
Benefits of Vitamin B12
Vitamin B12 has been shown to help prevent nerve damage, aid in healthy cell formation, and prevent anemia. Regular use of B-Flax-D will ensure you are getting a sufficient amount of vitamin B12, which is an important component of your total health. B12’s ability to promote healthy cell production helps your red blood cells, which contain the hemoglobin responsible for transporting oxygen throughout your body. This also improves cell longevity. A single serving of B-Flax-D contains 990µg of the methylcobalamin form of B12, which is cancer-protective in animal studies. This form of B12 has also been linked to the production of acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter that assists in memory and learning.
Benefits of Vitamin K2
Vitamin K plays an important role in helping to build strong bones, prevent osteoporosis, and maintain a healthy heart and cardiovascular system. The version found in B-Flax-D, Vitamin K2, is the most effective, bioavailable, and bioactive form of Vitamin K. This is also the only clinically proven Natural Vitamin K2. Without Vitamin K, our bodies are unable to use calcium. Thanks to its ability to activate the special protein osteocalcin, Vitamin K helps the calcium in your body build healthy bone tissue. But calcium isn’t just good for your bones, it plays an important role in nearly every cell in our bodies. New research has shown that Natural Vitamin K2 is essential for our veins, arteries, and heart. Our vascular tissues can make use of and remove excess calcium thanks to the special protein matrix GLA that Vitamin K activates.
Benefits of Vitamin D
While the best source of Vitamin D is the sun, it is not always possible to get the right amount of sunlight. That’s where B-Flax-D comes in. Vitamin D helps to regulate the absorption of calcium in the small intestine, and optimal levels of Vitamin D can increase absorption by 65%.
A Great Source of Minerals
In addition to the vitamins you can find in B-Flax-D it is also a great source of minerals. Flax contains naturally occurring calcium, chromium, magnesium, phosphorous, and zinc in beneficial amounts.
Rich in Soluble and Insoluble Fiber
Flax contains insoluble fiber that holds water and increases bulk, which can help you maintain optimal bowel function. Soluble fiber helps your body absorb cholesterol, which prevents it from being reabsorbed in the intestine. Soluble fiber also helps keep the beneficial bacteria in your colon in balance, keeping your colon in working order. It will also slow down the absorption of glucose from food, which will reduce your glycemic response to carbohydrate foods.
Benefits of Omega-3
Omega-3 fatty acids can help lower blood pressure, reduce triglycerides, and slow the development of plaque in the arteries. For people with heart disease, omega-3 fatty acids have also been shown to lessen the chance of sudden cardiac death. Omega-3s have been linked to fighting depression and anxiety.
Now that you know the wide-reaching benefits of B-Flax-D, you can see why it is an important addition to any diet. Be sure to check out our supplements pages for additional information and nutritional details.