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Being so small and unknown, they may not seem like much on the surface. But chia seeds (Salvia hispanica) are one of the most nutritionally-dense “superfoods” on the planet.If you’ve s never tried them, this may soon change for the benefit of your health and the health of your skin. Frownies family is committed to helping you understand beauty starts on the inside.
Chia seeds represent a complete form of nutrition that doesn’t go rancid or spoil, a perfect survival food or daily nutrient boost.
Modern science suggest that chia seeds just might be one of the most underrated foods for living a healthier life.
What is Chia's greatest benefit?
Omega-3 is great for your skin, hair, nails, heart and a host of other body parts and systems. Research it; I won't go on about it, except to say,a single ounce of chia seeds contains 4,915 milligrams (mg) of omega-3s, as well as a healthy portion of dietary fiber, protein, calcium, copper, phosphorus, potassium, and zinc. All health and skin healthy nutrients. I want to spark your interest enough that you do your own research and get the facts.
How to incorporate Chia into your diet?
The easiest way to consume chia seeds is to simply eat them whole as a mix of both speckled black and white varieties. Since they’re essentially flavorless, bearing only a mild nuttiness, you can add chia seeds to almost anything – oatmeal, salads, stew, soup, you name it.
Another option is to add chia seeds to your favorite smoothie or mix them in juice. The ancient Aztecs made chia seed juice by mixing chia seeds with lemon and water (and maybe a little bit of sweetener such as green stevia) to make “Iskiate.”
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