Chia seeds has a 1:3 ratio of Omega 6 and Omega 3, which is considered to be an excellent ratio compared to many other regular seeds & nuts.
This tiny seed contain 34g of high quality fibre per 100 gm and high protein content of 17 gm/100 gm apart from good amount of Vitamin B1, B3, B3, Zinc, Calcium and traces of other minerals.
Chia seeds is another supplement which is gaining more and more popularity due to its versatility. Basically it’s an excellent super food with high amount of nutrients with low calories and a handy ingredient for your kitchen
HOW TO USE:
Chia seeds swells 27 times more than its original size in fluids and hence is very popular with fruit juice and smoothie lovers.
Chia seeds being relatively taste or flavour less, is an excellent healthy ingredient to add into porridges & puddings without changing the original flavour.
Add Chia seeds into anything like breads, cookies, salads, cereals and even rice preparations. Due to the ability to absorb fat & water, Chia seeds are a good option to add in sauces as an alternative to eggs for Vegans.