Grain Place Foods Non-GMO Organic Chia Seed 28oz Bag
Grain Place Foods Non-GMO Organic Chia Seed 28oz Bag
Grain Place Foods Non-GMO Organic Chia Seed 28oz Bag

Grain Place Foods

Grain Place Foods Non-GMO Organic Chia Seed - 28 oz Bag

Regular price $21.25

 

Chia (Salvia hispanica) is a member of the mint family. It originated in Mexico۪s central valley, and was an important part of the Aztec and Mayan diets. Kosher chia seeds are a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidants, protein, minerals and vitamin B. Chia is an ancient superfood that۪s great for runners because it helps prolong hydration and retain electrolytes.

Chia contains two times the amount of potassium as bananas, three times antioxidant strength of blueberries and three times more iron than spinach. When added to foods chia bulks them up while displacing calories and fat. Thus someone can eat a typical serving, yet only consume about half the calories they might have eaten because the food has been bulked up with chia.

Chia slows the impact of sugars on the system if eaten together by creating a physical barrier between carbs and the digestive enzymes that break them down, which slows the conversion of carbs into sugar.

Chia has a mild taste so you can add it to about anything for a nutritional boost, while maintaining the foods flavor. Try chia added to yogurt, puddings, smoothies and salad dressings. Make a hydrating and nutritious drink by adding chia seeds to your favorite juice. Add chia to soups and sauces, it will become gel-like in about 10 minutes. Add chia to brownie or bread batter to boost nutrition. Chia can also be ground and added to all of the above as well as coffee.

A popular use of chia seeds is as chia gel. Just mix 1/3 cup chia seeds with 2 cups water in a jar, shake and refrigerate the gel will develop in a few hours or overnight. It can be added to creamy and liquid foods (e.g. salad dressings, yogurt, smoothies) boosting nutrition and acting as a fat and calorie displacer.

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