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Chia seeds are native to South America and have been a staple food in both Mayan and Aztec diets for centuries. They contain Omega-3 fatty acids and are an excellent source of fibre. Rich in antioxidants, they help rid the body of free radicals. They are reportedly an anti-aging seed, too! They contain calcium, pho… see more Chia seeds are native to South America and have been a staple food in both Mayan and Aztec diets for centuries. They contain Omega-3 fatty acids and are an excellent source of fibre. Rich in antioxidants, they help rid the body of free radicals. They are reportedly an anti-aging seed, too! They contain calcium, phosphorus and magnesium. They assist in maintaining a healthy weight and are important for energy metabolism. When mixed with liquid, their gelling action contributes to a feeling of satiety. Gluten-free and a good source of minerals to boot. All-in-all a fabulous, powerhouse of a superfood.
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By yummymummy on 20 June 2014
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No, they are not organic. At least it is not stated on a packaging.
By Peter on 10 December 2015
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The packet states: "This product is intended for us in bread products which may have a maximum Chia seed content of 5%". But you would not be alone in sprinkling them on many foods to add flavour and texture.
By Ainley Organics LTD on 18 June 2015 SELLER
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just put teaspoon of chia for yr smoothie it will be melt in yr mouth no needs milling it
By joe24 on 20 January 2015
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