As Dr. Oz stated#1 Belly Fat Cure.

Dr. Oz has discovered a new flab-melting solution to belly fat that's affordable and healthy.  Dr. Oz calling it the #1belly blasting cure!  The MAGIC remedy:  Flaxseed, which he says satisfies your hunger and "gets rid of belly fat", as reported in First for Women's Magazine. Harvard University researchers evaluated flaxseeds and discovered that subjects who ate 2 to 3 tablespoons (1-1.5 ounces) of the seed daily lost 37% more weight than those who did not.

In addition, Dr. Oz stated flaxseedsflatten tummy pouches, an "all-time biggest complaint for women over 40".  Multiple researchers have determined thatlosing belly fat contributes to overall health.

As a result, Dr. Oz last statement flaxseeds can reduce your risk of heart disease, cancer, stroke and diabetes. 

  • Another findings according to recent research, flaxseeds belong to high up for antioxidant-richfoods, the first foods that come to mind are typically vegetables and fruits. 
  • Flaxseedsrank #9among 130 commonly eaten foods for antioxidant. 
  • Interestingly, in additions to improving blood pressure and lowering glucose level flaxseeds intake also help decrease central obesity. 
  • Given the strong tract record of flaxseeds as foods providing cardiovascular benefits.
  •  Flaxseeds provided all of these benefits without causing weight gain.  That's quite an accomplishment for a food that is over 70% fat in terms of total calories and contains about 10 times as many calories per cup as a fruit like blueberries. 

#1 Omega-3s Flaxseeds!

Dehydreated & Freeze-Dried Fruits, Veggies & Ice Cream ​(Kale, Eggplant, Mushroom, Flaxseed, Apple, Mango, & more) 

Flaxseed is called one of the most powerful plant food on ​the planet!

Some of the unique nutrient benefits

  • Antioxidant
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Detoxification
  • Energy Booster
  • Satisfies hunger
  • May also Lower Cholesterol Levels 
  • Menopausal (reduce hot flashes)
  • Prevent Heart Disease, Cancer, Stroke,​ Diabetes, Decreases risk of Breast and Prostate Cancer