Chia Seeds

Code
00425350000220
Size:250g
R99.95

Overview

  • ?Naturally high in fibre
  • Naturally high in poly-unsaturated fatty acids
  • Suitable for vegans

Description

Chia seeds are a concentrated food containing healthy omega-3 fatty acids, carbohydrates, protein, fibre, antioxidants, and calcium. When eaten whole they can also be easily absorbed by the body (unlike flaxseeds). They can be added to your diet in a variety of ways from mixing them into your muesli, salads and baked goods to making a Chia 'Pudding'.

Ingredients

Chia seeds (100%).

Warnings

Made in a factory that uses wheat (gluten), peanuts, tree nuts, milk, egg and sesame seeds.

Directions

Enjoy as is, or combine with quinoa for homemade bars, or blend with cocoa, avocado and coconut oil for a decadent raw dessert. Keep sealed in a cool dry place.

Dietary Summary

  • Raw
  • High in Fibre
  • Preservative Free
  • GE/GMO Free Ingredients
 

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