Chia seeds have long been thought of as a superfood. Chia seeds are known to be rich in dietary fiber, protein and micronutrients, being neutral in taste, these versatile little seeds can be added in many of your favorite dishes and drinks. A sprinkle of chia seeds on salads, smoothies, oatmeal and other cereal livens up your entire meal, giving you an extra boost of nutrition.
Chia seeds are tiny black seeds from the plant salvia hispanica. The plant grows natively in South America. “Chia” is the ancient Mayan word for “strength”. Chia seeds were an important food for the ancient civilisation of the Aztecs and Mayans. Chia seeds were prized for their ability to provide sustainable energy. The nutrients in chia seeds in known to support heart health, joint function, and encourage a healthy digestive system.
Organic Chia Seeds (salvia hispanica L.)
|Nutritional Facts||Per Serving (15g)|
|- Insoluble Fiber||4.46g|
|- Soluble Fiber||0.60g|
|- Saturated fatty acid||0.54g|
|- Monounsaturated fatty acid||0.50g|
|- Polyunsaturated fatty acid||3.70g|
|Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)
|Vitamin B3 (Niacin)
|Vitamin B8 (Biotin)||1.9µg|
Organic Chia Seeds (equivalent to 15g per serving) each day for optimum health and vitality.
Chia seeds can be eaten in so many ways, such as sprinkling them on your yogurt, beverages, pancakes, breakfast cereal, salads and salad dressings; baked in bread, cookies or cakes; and on your rice.