The effects of flaxseed consumption on cancer treatment or prevention of cancer are not proven.
Although the effects of flaxseed on cancer are not proven, a moderate consumption (one to three tablespoons per day) benefits the circulatory system. Integrating flaxseed into a balanced diet is safe and entirely optional but is not a medical recommendation.
If consumed, they can be milled or blended to facilitate the absorption of fatty acids or left whole in case of constipation. If you want to take more, consult your oncologist, as excessive consumption may lead to drug interactions. In the case of hormone-dependent breast cancer, their use should also be reported because of their estrogenic capacity.