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Chia Seeds

Chia Seeds

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Chia seeds are a superfood with numerous health benefits. They are an excellent source of proteins, iron, and calcium which makes them a perfect food in diet routines. It is good for the skin and acts as an Anti-aging agent.

  • Helps in weight loss

  • Good protein supplement

  • Good Iron and Calcium supplement

  • Good for skin and acts as an Anti-aging agent

  • Helps in digestion and speeds up metabolism

  • A good energy resource

  • Helps treat diabetes

  • Improves heart health

  • Maintains bone strength and dental health

  • Fights breast and cervical cancer

Nutritional Facts

Chia means “strength”, and as evident by the name, they have high nutritional value. They are considered a superfood due to higher levels of fiber, antioxidants, and omega-3 fatty acids. Chia seeds are also rich in minerals and vitamins. Their daily use helps in weight loss, fulfills protein, iron, and calcium requirements. A one-ounce serving of chia seeds contains 4 grams protein, 11 grams of fiber. It also fulfills 18% of calcium, 30% of magnesium, and 30% of Manganese of the daily diet requirements of a human body.

How to Use

Chia seeds are used in many ways, as they are believed to be good weight loss ingredients. People usually add them to their smoothies, salads, and porridge. Chia seeds produce mucilage which makes them bigger when exposed to liquid. So they give a fulfilling feeling to the consumer. 

They are also eaten directly with water and sometimes people soak them into the water for five minutes and consume them before they start becoming gluey. Consuming chia seeds in the morning this way can also help your skin and hair as they are rich in minerals and magnesium, zinc, vitamin E, vitamin B1, B2, B3.


Chia Seeds come from a flowering plant from the mint family, scientifically known as Salvia hispanica. The origins of this food date back to 3500 BC grown in Mexico. It was used as an energy source for the Aztec warriors and Mesoamerican Indians as it has a high fiber concentration and omega-3 fatty acids. It was ground in flour, used in drinks, or mixed with food. It was also extracted for the oil. After a while, its cultivation was banned and people seem to forget about it until the late ’90s. 

Chia Seeds are becoming famous as people are now becoming aware of their nutritional value. Now it is cultivated in many countries, including Mexico, Argentina, Australia, Bolivia, Peru, and the United States.

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