Organic and non organic Black Chia Seeds

Chia Seeds Black Organic

 

Benefit from eating Chia for less 50 cents per day.

 

By eating 2-3 tea spoons daily.

 

Nutrient content and food uses

A 100-gram serving of chia seeds is a rich source of the B vitamins thiamine and niacin, and a good source of the B vitamins riboflavin and folate. The same amount of chia seeds is also a rich source of the dietary minerals calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, and zinc.

Chia seeds may be added to other foods as a topping or put into smoothies, breakfast cereals, energy bars, granola bars, yogurt, tortillas, and bread. In 2009, the European Union approved chia seeds as a novel food, allowing chia to be 5% of a bread product's total matter. Chia seed is used to prepare a sharbat (cold beverage) in Iran.

They also may be made into a gelatin-like substance or consumed raw. The gel from ground seeds may be used to replace as much as 25% of the egg content and oil in cakes while providing other nutrients.

 

Chia Seeds are tasteless and you can add the chia seeds to your food, such as salads. Watch the video below, get exiting.

 

Some people prefer to drink the chia seeds with just hot water. My son likes to add a tablespoon of raw honey (that gives the flavour and additional benefits for your body) Additional to the combination I prefer to add a table spoon of Premium Cinnamon (even more flavour and more benefits.)

 

Find out your way how to eat Chia and stay healthy all the time.  

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