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  • Product Code :  48
  •   Product    :      FLAXOZN OIL (OMEGA-3)
  •   Size            :      50 ML
  •   Discount   :      0.00
  •   MRP           :       1000.00
  •   PV                :     400.00
  •   BV                :     100.00
  •   Description:       


Flaxozn Omega-3 oil contains cold pressed virgin flaxseed oil with Vitamin E. Flaxseed oil is the richest vegiterian source of Omega-3 fatty acid – ALA (Alfa Linolenic Acid). ALA (Alfa Linolenic Acid) is the primary essential Omega-3 fatty acid, which suitably gets converted to physiologically fungtional lipid molecules EPA (Eicosa Pantaenoic Acid) and DHA (Docosa Hexaenoic Acid) in our body.

Omega-3 Fatty Acid : Omega-3 fatty acids are very important fats that we must get from the diet. This is a family of essential fatty acids that play important roles in the human body. We cannot produce them on our own, so we must get them from the diet.

Omega-3 fatty acids are polyunsaturated, meaning that they have several double bonds in the chemical structure. Omega-3 fatty acids have the first double bond placed 3 carbon atoms away from the omega end.

Omega-3 fatty acids are needed for optimal function of the human body, and they may also provide numerous powerful health benefits.

The three most important types are ALA (alpha-linolenic acid), DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) and EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid).

ALA (Alfa Linolenic Acid) : ALA is mainly found in plants, while DHA and EPA are mainly found in animal foods and algae. Alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) is the most common omega-3 fatty acid in the diet. It is 18 carbons long. It is not active in the human body, and needs to be converted into the active forms, EPA and DHA.

However, this conversion process is inefficient. Only a small percentage of ALA is converted into the active forms

EPA (Eicosa Pantaenoic Acid) : Eicosa Pantaenoic Acid (EPA) is an omega-3 fatty acid that is 20 carbons long.

Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA) performs many vital functions in biological membranes and serves as a precursor of a variety of lipid regulators in cellular metabolism.

DHA (Docosa Hexaenoic Acid) : Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) is the most important omega-3 fatty acid in the human body. It is 22 carbons long.

Docosa Hexaenoic Acid (DHA) is the most abundant fatty acids in the brain and the retina. They are essential for brain development and nervous function.

DHA may be more effective at increasing your omega-3 index, decreasing triglycerides and improving your cholesterol profile.

 Other Beneficial Compounds :

p-Coumaric acid : This polyphenol is one of the main antioxidants in flax seeds.

Ferulic acid : This antioxidant may help prevent several chronic diseases.

Cyanogenic glycosides : These substances may form compounds called thiocyanates in your body, which can impair thyroid function in some people.

Phytosterols : Related to cholesterol, phytosterols are found in the cell membranes of plants. They have been shown to have cholesterol-lowering effects.

Lignans : Flax seeds are one of the richest known dietary sources of lignans. These nutrients function as phytoestrogens. Flax seeds are exceptionally rich in lignans, containing up to 800 times more than other foods.

Phytoestrogens are plant compounds that are similar to the female sex hormone estrogen. They have weak estrogenic and antioxidant properties. They have been linked to a decreased risk of heart disease and metabolic syndrome, as they reduce levels of fat and glucose in your blood. Flax lignans also help reduce blood pressure, oxidative stress, and inflammation in your arteries. Lignans are fermented by bacteria in your digestive system and may reduce the growth of several cancers - especially hormone-sensitive types, such as breast, uterus, and prostate cancer.

Omega-6 Fatty Acid : Omega-6 fatty acids are polyunsaturated fatty acids. Omega-6 fats are essential fats that are an important source of energy for the body. 

Omega-6 fatty acids are used for reducing the risk of heart disease, lowering total cholesterol levels, lowering "bad" (LDL) cholesterol level raising "good" (HDL)cholesterol levels, and reducing cancer risk.


Per Telespoon / 5 ml / 4.5 g

Total Energy                 40.5 cal

Total Fat                           4.5 g

Saturated Fat                0.421 g

Monounsaturated Fat     0.800 g

Polyunsaturated Fat      3.280 g

Omega 3                        2.6 g

Omega 6                      0.67 g

Omega 3:6 ratio :      1:3 89 g

Trans Fat                       0.0 g