WHAT ARE CHIA SEEDS?
Chia Seeds popularity has grown rapidly over the last few years and for good reason. These tiny black and white seeds pack a huge punch in relation to their size. Chia Seeds make an ideal snack for between meals, or can be added to meals and shakes.
Chia Seeds come from the plant Salvia Hispanica, native to southern Mexico and Guatemala. Both the Mayans and Aztecs used Chia Seeds as a staple food source. Indeed, the Aztecs considered Chia Seeds more valuable than gold. In Mayan cultures, Chia actually means 'strength'.
BULK POWDERS™ Chia Seeds are sourced from South America and have a mild, yet slightly nutty taste. They are a source of protein (20g per 100g), and a source of fibre (38g per 100g).
BENEFITS OF CHIA SEEDS?
- 20g protein per 100g – contributes to the growth and maintenance of muscle mass
- 10g fibre per 25g serving
- All 8 essential amino acids
WHY BUY CHIA SEEDS?
BULK POWDERS™ Chia Seeds offers unbeatable value for money compared to other Chia Seed products. If you’re looking to boost the nutritional content of other meals such as porridge or even shakes, Chia Seeds make an excellent choice.
WHO ARE CHIA SEEDS SUITABLE FOR?
When Chia Seeds are mixed with water, the liquid takes on a gooey appearance. This is due to Chia's ability to draw in water, making it a perfect addition to an intra-workout drink –.Disclaimer: Implied results may vary. Individuals will respond differently. Implied results assume an appropriate nutrition and training plan.
Chia Seeds Ingredients
100% Chia Seeds.
Chia Seeds Nutrition Information
|Nutrition||per 25g Serving||per 100g|
of which saturates
of which sugars
Omega 3 - 18.6g
Omega 6 - 6.8g
Omega 8 - 2.6g
Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Soya Free.
Consumption of Chia Seeds is self-limiting, so we advise using them in accordance with your dietary requirements.
We suggest adding Chia Seeds to your favourite Protein Powder to improve nutritional content, or adding them to your intra-workout drink to improve hydration.
Other options include sprinkling them on foods and salads to add taste and texture, or using them as a healthy addition to cakes and muffins.