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Naturya Chia Seeds 300 g
- 100 Percent natural
- Chia Seeds
- Source of fibre and protein^Source of slow release energy
- Low in carbohydrates
- Source of slow release energy
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Our Chia is cultivated on the mountain plateaus of South America where the robust plants have grown wild for thousands of years, producing thousands of tiny Omega-3 and energy packed seeds for harvest each winter. Cultivated on the sun-baked sierras of South America, Chia seeds are potent little bundles of energy, Omega 3, fibre and protein that have been used as an essential ingredient for centuries. Prized by the ancient Aztecs, the seeds now add an extra dimension to home bread-making, and will enliven everything from seeded loaves to pizza bases.
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If you're interesting in the nutritional information, then per 100g there is:
Energy 1785kJ / 434 kcal
Carbohydrate 1.3g (of which sugars 1.2g)
Fat 31.2g (of which saturates 6.1g, of which polyunsaturated 22.3g, Omega 3 18g, Omega 6 4.2g, Omega 9 2.9g)
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Very prompt arrival. V healthy make sure you drink plenty of water with the seeds.Published 5 months ago by Rolo
Good for making jellies out of fruit juices, thickening sauces and baking. By itself, the seeds are bland tasting, and icky, but it easily lends itself to various flavours, and has... Read morePublished 9 months ago by handstands