Chia means strengthening. Literally! These tiny seeds are loaded with protein, micronutrients, and fiber, making them worth every gram. They're consumed by health-conscious people all over the world.
- Fully packed with nutrients like dietary fiber, protein, calcium, phosphorous, magnesium, manganese, and B vitamins
- Rich in antioxidants that prevent cells from damage and maybe anti-aging
- Chia seeds are rich in quality protein, unlike most other plant foods
- Good for bone health, since it contains calcium, phosphorous, magnesium, and protein
- May help in lowering blood sugar and cholesterol
Chia seeds have thus boomed in popularity and found their way into peoples' kitchens across the globe.
MULTIPLE HEALTH BENEFITS
- Loaded with fiber, protein, and micronutrients
- Good plant-based quality protein
- Promotes gut health and weight loss
- Next to dairy for bone health
- Helps increase the absorption of food
Chia seeds are tiny grey coloured seeds originally from Southwestern US and Mexico. Despite their small size, they're loaded with nutrients, e.g., a balance of essential amino acids making it a good plant source of quality protein; significant amounts of calcium, phosphorous, and magnesium, good for bone health, making it a boon for people who don't consume dairy products. Also, the rich fiber feeds friendly bacteria and imparts gut health. The excellent fiber may help in reducing blood sugar levels, lowering bad cholesterol, and may help in controlling body weight too by keeping the stomach full. Chia seeds are easy to use and can be incorporated into the diet by simply adding to a variety of dishes and beverages.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
- Chia seeds are bland; can be used with a variety of dishes
- Can be eaten raw or added to smoothies, yogurt, puddings, salads, or cereals
- Can be ground and used as a crumb coating
- Chia seeds absorb water, so may be used to thicken dishes