Cooking with Chia: Over 30 Simple Recipes to Start Making Chia a Healthy Part of Your Diet Today! Jessie Spicer

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Cooking with Chia: Over 30 Simple Recipes to Start Making Chia a Healthy Part of Your Diet Today! by Jessie Spicer
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The Chia seed comes from the dried flowers of a plant in the mint family Saliva Hispanica and thrives in the warm climates of Central and North America. In the times of the ancient Aztecs and Mayans, Chia seeds were cultivated and used as a popularMoreThe Chia seed comes from the dried flowers of a plant in the mint family Saliva Hispanica and thrives in the warm climates of Central and North America.

In the times of the ancient Aztecs and Mayans, Chia seeds were cultivated and used as a popular food source and also as a form of currency that was used in the trade for other goods. Ancient Aztec and Mayan warriors recognized the energy sustaining value of the seeds and regarded them as food for endurance and gave them the name “Chia” meaning “strength”. Today, Chia seeds are growing in popularity for the amount of healthy benefits they provide when eaten, and with good reason.Chia Seed Nutritional ValueChia seeds are packed with Omega-3 fatty acids, fiber, antioxidants, and protein!

Don’t let their small size fool you. Chia seeds are a great way to add valuable nutrition to your everyday diet. Chia seeds will give you natural sustainable energy that lasts all day. It is thought that 1 tbsp of Chia seeds packs enough energy fueling nutrition to keep a full grown adult reasonably sustained for 24 hours!A 1 ounce (about 2 tbsp) serving of chia seeds contains• Fiber: 11 grams.• Protein: 4 grams.• Fat: 9 grams (5 of which are Omega-3s).• Calcium: 18%• Manganese: 30%• Magnesium: 30%• Phosphorus: 27%• Plus other vitamins and minerals including Zinc, Vitamin B3 (Niacin), Potassium, Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) and Vitamin B2.



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