Jump squats are not only great for athletic performance, but they also help burn fat. If are overweight you shouldn’t do them. Wait until you’re closer to your ideal weight. Try this until you’re ready – squat until your thighs are parallel to the ground, explode up as if you’re going to jump, but only go onto your toes.
People mix it in yogurt, put it in bread and muffins, flaxseed is being add to all kinds of foods to give them a nutritional punch.
There are three primary benefits of flaxseed: omega-3 fatty acids, fiber, and lignans.
Lignans, a plant chemical that is being tested for its cancer-fighting potential. Studies have shown that lignans reduced the onset of mammary tumors in animals, although, it’s still being tested.
The omega-3 fatty acids, ALA, found in flaxseed aids in cardiovascular health, reduces inflammation, has shown promise in treating hypertension, depression, asthma, breast cancer prevention, arthritis, and menstrual pain according to the University of Maryland Medical Center. Flaxseed oil will give you the omega-3 benefits without the fiber.
You’ll get more out of flaxseed if you eat a healthy diet. In other words, don’t live on fast food and expect flax to cure all your ailments. Flax can be a positive addition to a healthy diet.