Best Chia Seeds

Updated January 2019
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    Chia seeds are a popular type of food, originating in areas of South America and Mexico. These seeds deliver extra amounts of protein, antioxidants, fiber, and Omega-3 fatty acids. By adding the chia seeds to smoothies, yogurts, or cereals, you can gain some additional nutritional value. Some people prefer to mix chia seeds with water or juices to receive the benefits. Chia seeds have little to no taste, so they don’t affect your enjoyment of those foods. These seeds are tiny, usually measuring less than 0.1 inches in length and width. When shopping for chia seeds, white or black seeds have higher levels of nutrients than brown seeds.

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