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…seed oil was used to relieve stomach pains and as a cough remedy. It is believed to have originated in Mesopotamia. Today flax seed oil is mostly used as a dietary supplement. Flax seed oil is rich with omega-3 fatty acids, omega-9 essential fatty acids, lecithin, fiber, protein, [[Zinc]] and potassium. It is often used as a substitute for fish oil. Flax seed oil has a nutty taste and does not give off the strong odor fish oil tends to. The oil

…is found in cold ocean fatty fish and fish oil supplements. Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) may also be obtained from seaweed. The discovery of the essential fatty acids for the body has led to grouping of these EFAs and also the discovery of their uses and sources. In the ancient times, people had a rather high regard for the health properties of fish and other sea food. They thought that eating fatty fish and fish oils was healthy for the heart and…

…difficult to overdose. Some plant sources are cantaloupe, carrots, spinach and broccoli. Plants aren't the only place you'll find vitamin A. Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin and stored in animal bodies. You'll find it in fish oil, chicken liver, eggs, shellfish and butter to name a few places. Eating a well balanced diet can help but often people omit sources or face exposure to pollution and other toxins that deplete the body of the vitamins…

…Plantarum in 1971 that the best plant source for phytol was barley. There have been many reports however regarding the effectiveness of fish liver oil to provide a greater supply of phytol. Phytol was not heard of during ancient times but its natural sources barley and fish was a staple food of many cultures. Fish and sea foods are eaten by tribes and cultures that live on the coastlines of every continent. Barley has been planted, milled and…

…Pharmaceutical products as follows: • Detergents, shampoos, liquid soaps • Agricultural chemical sprays • Oil emulsions • To textiles for dyeing improvement • Scouring and detergent use • Metal chelating agent • Use in metal plating and cleaning • Chlorosis treatment • Radioactive surfaces decontamination • Deactivate metals in vegetable oil • Act as an anticoagulant in the blood • Has antioxidant function • Cleaning liquids • Aids blood…

…the flowers with olive oil and perfume. Indians used it for medicinal purposes, especially to cure [[Headaches]] and [[Insomnia]] and would actually eat the plant by either boiling or roasting it. The California poppy flowers were also used in ancient times to cure toothaches by applying the juice directly to the area in pain. Native American Indians assessed the California poppy as a source of food. Edible oil was extracted from the seeds…

…and leave the body through urine. Niacin is vital in the proper function of the digestive system, nerves and skin. It also contributes in converting the food you eat to the energy you need. It is found in dairy products, fish, lean meats, poultry, eggs and nuts. Some legumes and enriched cereals and bread also provide niacin. Niacin supplements are used for the prevention and treatment of a lack of niacin, as well as to lower cholesterol and…

…modern times is primarily used in the food industry as a flavoring for beverages, jams and for carbonated drinks. Because of the sour and tangy flavor of this acid, it is primarily used for marinades for meats, poultry and fish; it also has properties that break down animal protein which in turn tenderizes the meat making it ideal for cooking. Citric acid is also used in the food preservation industry, preserving the color and flavor of canned…

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