Flax seeds – Known in ancient Babylon and Egypt

Flax seed

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Linum usitatissimum - Osaka Museum of Natural History, Japan - (27-08-2012)

Flax seed - (01-02-2016)

Golden Flax seed - (11-10-2019)

Flax seeds – Known in ancient Babylon and Egypt

Flax seeds – The positive effects of eating flaxseeds were known in ancient Babylon and Egypt. Where they were added to food and medicines. They believed so much in the healing effects that they even gave him a royal seal and enacted law ordering regular consumption of linseed. Little is known that it contains more omega-3 fatty acids than salmon. Significantly contributes to lowering the level of harmful cholesterol in the body, protecting blood vessels and maintaining a healthy digestive tract.

The main reason people consume seeds is because of unsaturated fatty acids and phytoestrogens called lignans. Which are very similar to human hormones and support hormonal balance mainly in women. Especially during menstruation or menopause. Flaxseed is recommended to be used before childbirth, because they relax the birthing canals and help to start proper lactation. They can suppress fatigue, help with stress, and even lower cholesterol and thus the risk of stroke.

Chia seeds – Valued by ancient Aztecs and Mayans

Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Chia seeds - Germany

Frankfurt, Germany

Chia seeds - Salvia hispanica - Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Salvia hispanica - (18-02-2016)

Chia seeds - Salvia hispanica - (18-02-2016)

Chia seeds - (31-08-2017)

Salvia hispanica - (31-08-2017)

Chia seeds – Valued by the ancient Aztecs and Mayans

Chia seeds – Valued by the ancient Aztecs and Mayans. Even the ancient Aztecs and Mayans liked to use the beneficial effects of chia seeds, which provided them with energy. Named by the Maya for “seeds”, which is an expression of strength. They are valued mainly for the high content of antioxidants that fight the effects of free radicals. They contain significant amounts of manganese, magnesium, phosphorus, selenium and iron.

Because they contain a large amount of fiber, people with weight problems use them. At the same time, they must maintain an appropriate level of hydration so that the seeds can swell. Thanks to this, they reliably remove hunger. They also contain a large proportion of proteins and essential amino acids from which the body draws its energy. The seeds stabilize blood sugar and influence the activity of the intestines. Due to the high content of healthy omega-3 fatty acids, they affect the heart, blood vessels and nerves and improve brain function. They can therefore prevent Alzheimer’s disease, psoriasis, osteoporosis and cancer.

Insomnia – Is one of the diseases of civilization

Insomnia

Insomnia – Is one of the diseases of civilization

Insomnia РIs one of the diseases of civilization. Which seriously affects the state of human health. American specialists found that insomnia increases the concentration of inflammatory hormones in the body. What can manifest itself, among others, poorer functioning blood vessels, consequently leading to heart attack or stroke.

Cardiovascular disease risk – Higher among bald men

Cardiovascular disease risk - Bald Man's Nape

Cardiovascular disease risk – Higher among bald men

Cardiovascular disease risk – Higher among bald men. Up to about 1/3, compared to the other men. Tests on 37 thousand. men carried Japanese scientists. Hair loss depends on the activity of male hormones, which also accelerate hardening of the blood vessels, or the effects of atherosclerosis.

White whales – Result from albinism or leucism

White whales - White whale

White whales – Result from albinism or leucism

White whales – White effect may result from albinism or leucism (disorder where the eyes remain normal color, whereas albinism are pink or pale blue, due to the show-through blood vessels in the iris without dye). Such coloration found so far in 20 species of cetaceans. The real Albinism confirmed in only a few (humpback whales, sperm whales, orcas and bottlenose dolphins). For example, of approx. 80 thousand. humpback whales living in the world are known only two completely white individuals.

Beetroot – Healthiest and most universal vegetable

Red Beetroot - Superfood - before bolting

The healthiest and most universal vegetable

Beetroots - San Francisco, USA - (05-01-2014)

Beetroot from Pakistan - (17-01-2009)

Beetroot - (14-03-2014)

Variety of Beetroots - (08-07-2017)

Beetroot – The healthiest and most universal vegetable

Beetroot – The healthiest and most universal vegetable. A team of British researchers found that beetroot significantly lowers blood pressure in people with hypertension. It contains large amounts of inorganic nitrates. In the human body, they turn into nitric oxide (NO), which relaxes and dilates the vessels.

It is native to the Mediterranean basin and was eaten very often in ancient Babylon. The Romans are mainly responsible for its expansion around Europe. In the middle of the last millennium, it began to be cultivated practically throughout Europe, with the exception of the Nordic countries. It contains vitamins B and C, carotene, calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium, silicon, iron, folic acid or silica.

Some say that beetroot should be eaten to prevent cancer. They also serve as an aid in overcoming cancer and later recovering from recovery. All because of its ability to neutralize harmful substances in the body and promote their subsequent excretion. Especially from the brain and gut. It also improves heart function, lowers blood pressure, and helps in proper digestion and excretion.

Normally heart muscle – Heart rate healthy adult man

Normally heart muscle - Heartbeat

Normally heart muscle – Heart rate healthy adult man

Normally heart muscle – Heart healthy adult human beats per minute 60 to 80 times. Resting pulse of 60 is regarded as a guarantee of a healthy heart for many years. It protects the vessels and thus minimizes the risk of cardiovascular disease and heart. If the pulse is constantly oscillates between 81 and 90, the risk of death by. Danish studies is 2x higher, and with over 90 increases almost 3x.