World-famous ancient seeds with a lifespan of 8,000 years have made their way to Vietnam

Flaxseeds have been around for a long time and are popular in many countries. They are a type of seed with ancient origins, dating back to about 8,000 years ago in ancient Egypt. Recently, these seeds have made their way from Canada to Vietnam in the form of premium cooking oil.

According to the information, OHAWA has recently introduced a flaxseed oil product in the Vietnamese market. The product utilizes advanced heat-stable cold-pressing technology from Canada and is 100% imported and produced in Vietnam. At the launch event, Mr. Vo Minh Minh, the CEO of OHAWA Vegetable Oil Company, mentioned that to preserve the maximum amount of Omega 3-6-9 in flaxseeds, OHAWA oil is cold-pressed only once using exclusive advanced cold-pressing technology from Canada. With a fully automated bottling line, the oil is sealed in bottles without any risk of contamination from bacteria or harmful substances.

"The most notable feature is its high smoke point of 250°C, making OHAWA the only flaxseed oil in the market that is safe for daily cooking without compromising its nutritional value. This is a significant advantage of OHAWA flaxseed oil compared to other vegetable oils rich in Omega 3-6-9, certified by the Quality Measurement Technical Center of the Ministry of Science and Technology with test and analysis result number: 01791/N3.22/ĐG."

OHAWA Flaxseed Oil is high in nutrients, rich in natural plant-based Omega-3 up to 8g/15ml (approximately 1 tablespoon). This is why flaxseeds are known as the "queen" of seeds and are popular in countries like Canada, Russia, the United States, China, and Kazakhstan," shared Mr. Minh Minh.

Flaxseeds have been around for a long time and are popular in many countries due to their numerous health benefits. Flaxseeds, scientifically known as Linum usitatissimum, are known for their mild, non-bitter taste and lack of sweetness.

Flaxseeds have ancient origins, dating back about 8,000 years to ancient Egypt. Currently, they are cultivated in several countries, with Canada being the largest producer since 1994, accounting for about 40% of global production. Canada is also known for its high-quality flaxseeds due to the climate and soil conditions, as well as strict monitoring of the cultivation process.

Kazakhstan is the second-largest flaxseed producer in the world. Other countries such as Russia, China, the United States, and India also cultivate flaxseeds.

Flaxseeds are rich in alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), a type of Omega-3 fatty acid that is beneficial for cardiovascular health. They are also high in dietary fiber, with 3g of fiber in every 7g of flaxseeds. Flaxseeds contain essential nutrients such as Omega-3 fatty acids, protein, carbohydrates, fats, phosphorus, magnesium, and potassium. Additionally, they are rich in lignans, natural antioxidants that support the aging process.

Clinical studies worldwide have shown that flaxseed oil, with its high nutritional content, has positive effects on the heart, brain, cardiovascular health, immune system, blood pressure regulation, cholesterol elimination, prevention of arterial plaque, coronary artery disease, and blood fat reduction.

Regular use of flaxseed oil helps support and improve brain function, providing energy to the brain through ALA, which promotes ketone production.

With its high nutritional content and fantastic benefits, flaxseed oil has long been used in the production of food, making it easier and more convenient for consumers. It can be consumed raw or added to salads, as it is commonly enjoyed for its rich and distinct flavor. Additionally, it can be used for frying, stir-frying, and cooking without compromising the nutritional value of the food, enhancing the flavor, and ensuring a daily supply of essential Omega-3 for the body.


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