Chia Seeds - A great source of omega 3
Why you should eat Chia Seeds
Loaded with Omega-3’s for heart health, hormonal balance, mental health & a super immune boost
Packed with protein for strength and stamina
Rich source of calcium and boron for strong bones
Great source of B vitamins
Super easy to eat with (grinding/blending is optional)
100% natural, neutral flavor, easy-to-absorb superfood
Benefits of Chia Seeds
Best Source of Vitamin “F” on Earth: Essential fatty acids (a.k.a. Vitamin F) are fats our bodies cannot create on their own. You’ve got to eat them, and there are not many reliable sources. So most people are mildly-to-severely lacking in Omega-3 fatty acids in particular and as a result are at risk for heart disease, cancer, and even mental illness.
Medical Research Shows Chia is King: Omega-3’s are believed to fight cancer, prevent and possibly reverse heart disease, and keep your brain healthy and protected from neurological illness and neurotoxins.
Better than Milk for the Bones: Chia is a rich source of bio available calcium and boron, making it a powerful, natural way to keep your bones healthy.
Extremely Stable: most Omega-3 sources such as flax or fish oils are wildly unstable and go rancid very easily (with heat, light, or oxygen exposure) losing their effective nutritional benefits. Chia is extremely stable, making it the preferred wholefood supplement source of Omega-3, hands down.
Easy to Eat: Chia is virtually tasteless and can even be stored at room temperature if needed. No grinding, no hassle. Just add to water or juice and drink!
20% Protein Energy Source: Chia are packed with bio-available protein that is easy to digest and does not cause constipation.
Nutrient Dense Superfood: Chia seeds provide iron, magnesium, potassium (equal to 3-4 bananas), Vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, phosphorus, manganese, copper, iron, molybdenum, niacin, and zinc.
42% Fiber for Healthy Gut & Bowels – Chia does NOT give you gas or bloating, but it does keep you regular and healthy with your bowel movements.
Great for Travel – forget about trying to take flaxseeds or flax oil with you on a trip. Whether you realize it or not, your flax will go rancid and lose most of its benefits before you get to the airport. Chia is so easy. Just toss a baggie into your suitcase—and you’re set! Mix with water or juice wherever you are, and you always know you’ve got a healthy source of your essential fats.