5 quick chia seed recipes and why you should eat chia..

Chia seeds have been dubbed a “super-food” for a reason. The amount of omega-3, fibre and protein in a serve is the highest found in any plant source. In fact, chia seeds contain more omega-3 fatty acids than salmon as well as a wide-range of vitamins and minerals.

Chia is considered a ‘complete’ protein because it contains all of the amino acids essential to humans. It’s also low in calories. Absorbing up to 10 times it weight in water, the small seed becomes extremely filling.

The seeds are also high in fibre, of which 20. . .

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