Chia seeds are tiny black seeds from the plant Salvia hispanica, which is related to the mint. Chia seeds are one of the most nutritious foods on the planet. They’re loaded with fiber, protein, omega-3 fatty acids and various micronutrients. Chia seeds are also rich in Calcium, Manganese, Magnesium, and Phosphorus. They are used to make breads, porridges, and for medicinal uses.
Nutrition Facts per 100 gms (approx value)
|Fatty acids, Total Saturated
- Chai seeds are rich in fiber and low in calories, people to feel full for longer for weight loss
- Antioxidants fight the production of free radicals, which can damage cell molecules and contribute to aging and diseases like cancer
- Chai seeds absorb water in the colon and making bowel movements easier to pass.
Top 5 Health Benefits:
- Aids Weight Loss.
- Increased Blood Levels of Omega-3.
- Improves Blood Sugar Control.
- Lower Blood Pressure.
- Aids Digestion and Natural Detox.
- Presence of Vitamin E which is a powerful antioxidant that combat skin inflammation and wrinkles
- Rich in Omega 3, which combat acne, wrinkles, help promote smooth skin and also even keep your hair, nails and metabolism in good shape too
- Presence of Fibre keep blood pressure level stable and prevents surges in insulin level
Usage & Consumption
- Chia Seed can be eaten raw, soaked in juice, added to porridge, pudding, desert smoothies or added to baked goods.
- Sprinkle them on top of cereal, yogurt, vegetables or rice dishes.
- ground Chia and add them to pancakes, muffins, breads, smoothies and more
- 8 gm of Chia seeds for under 50 years Male
- 2 gm of Chia seeds for under 50 years Female
- 28 gm of Chia seeds for above 50 years Male
- 4.2 gm of Chia seeds for above 50 years Female