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Flaxseed oil is the richest food source of alpha linolenic acid (ALA), comprising over 50% of this essential omega-3 dietary fat. Unfortunately, ALA consumption has dropped significantly in modern times, while, by comparison, most people’s intake of omega-6 fats like linoleic acid has increased dramatically. If we want to address skin problems like acne, dry and flaky skin, eczema and psoriasis, or just have better skin in general, then flaxseed oil can help redress this imbalance.

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Alpha Linolenic Acid Benefits for Cholesterol, Blood Pressure and More

Alpha Linolenic Acid An Omega 3 Fatty Acid with Neuroprotective Properties Ready for use in strokes - http://omega3healthbenefits.com/omega-3-foods/alpha-linolenic-acid-an-omega-3-fatty-acid-with-neuroprotective-properties-ready-for-use-in-strokes/

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Health Benefits of Flax Seeds and Flax Seed Oil

Health Benefits of Flax Seeds and Flax Seed Oil - http://mysticalraven.wordpress.com/2013/05/17/health-benefits-of-flax-seeds-and-flax-seed-oil/

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