Superfood of the Aztecs. Ancient grains. Source of omega 3's. Excellent source of fiber. Excellent source of iron. Resealable to keep chia fresh. Why would you be interested in the tiny seed that's all the rage with triathletes and distance runners? Because when you get right down to it, everyone's life is an endurance sport. First cultivated by the Aztecs thousands of years ago, chia seeds put the super in superfood. In addition to being an excellent source of Omega 3's, protein and antioxidants, just three tablespoons provide 48% of your daily fiber! And unlike flax seeds, chia has a long shelf-life, so you can store it without refrigeration. Chia seeds are easy to digest, and don't need to be ground or milled to release their nutritional benefits. Ready to eat right out of the pouch, chia seeds are great when added to smoothies, cereal, salad dressings, or as an ingredient in baked goods of all kinds. Simple, healthy, delicious - and easy to prepare! Thanks to Nature's Earthly Choice, it's always easy to bring the best of Mother Nature to your table. www.earthlychoice.com. Product of Bolivia, Argentina, Mexico, Ecuador, and/or Paraguay. Packed in USA.
Natures Earthly Choice
8 oz (227 g) x 6
7 per pack
Adding chia to your diet is easy! Simply add 1-2 tablespoons of our delicious chia seed to almost any meal! Add to your favorite smoothie. Top your salad or blend into your salad dressing. Enhance yogurt with chia. Sprinkle on oatmeal or on top of any breakfast cereal. Blend into your favorite muffin or pancake recipe. Storage: Dry seeds will store in sealed container for up to 2 years at room temperature. Gel Recipe: Use 1/3 cup chia seeds to 2 cups water or juice to create gel to mix with drinks or use in cooking. Keep refrigerated.
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