These are not just small and tiny seeds; these are super seeds which are gaining popularity among the health conscious. Chia seeds are an excellent source of many critical elements, thus their status as a “superfood” is well-deserved. Chia seeds are high in fibre and protein, but they’re also one of the best plant-based sources of omega-3 fatty acids for vegans and vegetarians. Calcium, iron, and zinc are also found in small quantity. 




The desert plant Salvia hispanica, a member of the mint family, produces chia seeds. Salvia hispanica seed is sold by a variety of names, including “chia” and numerous trademarked names. It is thought to have originated in Central America, where it was a mainstay of the ancient Aztec diet. Native Americans in the southwestern United States generally used the seeds of a related plant, Salvia columbariae (golden chia).  Chia seeds are grown primarily for their oil, but due to health benefits, they have gradually made their way into the food world. 



1. Chia seeds

2. Watermelon seeds

3. Sesame seeds

4. Pumpkin seeds

5. Quinoa

6. Hemp seeds

7.  Sesame seeds




Chia seeds are incredibly nutritious and can be used as a thickening ingredient in a variety of dishes, so they’re becoming gaining popularity among people. 


You can make your smoothies nutritious twist by adding a spoon of chia seeds to it. These little seeds can be added to puddings which will be slightly chewy.


The nutrients in chia seeds are better absorbed by your body when soaked. The soaked chia seeds will assist retain electrolytes and prolong hydration, which is especially beneficial during exercise. Simply soak some chia seeds in a glass of water and wait for some time till it becomes gelatinous in texture.


If you are health conscious and looking for a healthy breakfast then add chia seeds to your oatmeal.  




Rich source of amino acid


Amino acids are required for our bodies to grow and function properly. Chia is a “complete protein” since it contains all nine amino acids: histidine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, tryptophan, and valine. Complete proteins are uncommon in plant-based diets, thus chia seeds are perfect for vegans.  


Controls hunger 


When chia seeds are dropped into water, they absorb the liquid. Chia seeds have such a high absorption capacity that when soaked, they can expand up to 12 times their original size. Chia seed water is a simple beverage that some individuals drink to help them curb their appetite and achieve their weight loss objectives.  


Rich in antioxidants


Fiber, protein, unsaturated fats, and antioxidants are all abundant in them. They also contain a number of important micronutrients, such as Calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, and zinc are all B vitamins.  


Rich in fiber 


The fiber content in chia seeds help in better digestion and maintains the gut friendly bacteria which boosts immunity.


Manages blood sugar levels 


Chia seeds effectively manage blood sugar levels after meals by converting glucose to a slow-release carbohydrate. As a result, the seeds are an ideal addition to the diet for diabetics.  

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Weight 150 g


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