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Power Super Foods Chia Seeds “The Origin Series”


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Power Super Foods Chia Seeds “The Origin Series”

  • Out of Stock

  • Certified By: Not Certified Organic

  • Country of Origin: Packed in Australia from Imported Ingredients


$6.50  $2.60 / 100g
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About the product

Chia seeds (Salvia hispanica) are the highest known plant source of Omega-3, with 8 times more than salmon! Unlike other sources of this important Essential Fatty Acid (eg. Flax or fish oil), it is in a highly stable form due to its powerful naturally occurring antioxidants. The plant originates from the central Americas, it is heat loving and can grow in virtually desert - like conditions, with beautiful purpley - blue or white flowers.

Suggested Uses:
Sprinkle these flavourless seeds on salads, muesli, oatmeal, stirfrys, smoothies, muffin or bread batter, or cereal. Optional: use a spice/coffee grinder to make a fine meal-like consistency


Black and white chia seeds.


Questions & Answers

What are the benefits of eating chia seeds?

Chia seeds contain quercetin which is an antioxidant and is beneficial to one’s health. They also contain nutrients which are important for healthy bones.


How much chia should you consume every day?

A common dosage recommendation for consuming chia seeds is 1.5 tablespoons twice a day. They are also seen as a substitute for eggs by people on a vegan diet.


How to consume chia seeds?

Chia seeds can be consumed in a number of ways including making smoothies, salads, pudding, baked goods, and more.


Which one is better chia seeds or flax seeds?

Chia seeds are smaller and are blander tasting, whereas, flax seeds are a bit larger and have a nuttier taste. They both have a similar nutrient content, where chia seeds has more fibre but fewer calories, whereas flax seeds have more omega-3.


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