Flax Oil


In nature 50 essential nutrients have been discovered that are necessary to sustain human life. Of these, two essential fatty acids have been identified, alpha linolenic acid, an Omega-3 fatty acid, and linoleic acid, an Omega-6 fatty acid. Of all known food sources organic flaxseed oil has been recognized as nature's richest source of these vital essential fatty acids containing 55% alpha linolenic and 16.7% linoleic acids.
Product: Flax Oil
Brand: Barleans (More Products)
Size: 8 oz.
Dosage: 1 Tablespoon
Retail: $7.95
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3 Customer Reviews


Yeah!
by Pam

I love Barlean's products. I've had allergic reactions to other health food store vitamins and supplements, but never Barlean's. In addition, every one of their products provides noticeable results. Their flax oil tastes great and provides excellent benefits in terms of lowering inflammation. My mom had a lot of trouble with arthritis till I started giving her this every day. Great stuff!


Best on the Market!
by Andy

Barlean's makes the absolute best tasting and freshest flax on the planet.
Get healthy, get this stuff- you're body will love you for it. Omega-3s are vital to health


Healthy and Yummy!
by Violet

Flax seed oil is important to our health, our hearts, and our overall well being. I have been using this product every day for 6 months. I put it on my salad greens, on my yogurt, and on my oatmeal. The slightly nutty flavor tastes good, but better yet is providing with you with essential fatty acids needed by your body. Since starting this, I know that I am protecting my cardiovascular health and improving the look and feel of my skin and my hair. I highly recommend buying a bottle and incorporating it into your daily food intake.





1 Customer Opinions


Great Product
by Reviewer2009

Barlean's makes a great product. I like that they have two seals on the containers I have bought and that they not only provide a date of production but a suggested 'good by' date. This is good for adding to food (but don't cook it, you'll lose most of the benefits) if you aren't into pills.