Chia seeds, or Spanish sage, is a plant native to Mexico and Guatemala. It was known and practised already in pre-Columbian times. The Aztecs valued it as the seeds that were nutritious to prepare the dish and drinks. Taxes were paid in seeds for Aztec priests and nobles.
Chia is an annual plant with broad leaves and small, purple or white flowers. Fruits contain a large amount of chia seed oval.
Chia Seeds Supplement Facts:
Per 100 g
- energy/calories: 2096 kj/505 kcal
- protein: 20 g
- fat: 31 g
- carbohydrates: 25 g
- fiber: 23 g
- salt 0,04 g
Chia Seeds Supplement Use:
It is recommended to use the seeds of chia regularly as they improve the functioning of the nervous system, and have a positive effect on immune system and well being.
The seeds can be added to salads, you can sprinkle sandwich with them, can also be added to the dough or used for baking.
Dosage: not more than 15 g per day.
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