Chia Seeds Direct

My lit­tle love affair with chia seeds is still going hot and heavy.  I use them con­stantly when I eat because they fill me up and have a great nutri­ent pro­file.  They are so ver­sa­tile and blend eas­ily into food, I hardly know they are there but love the ben­e­fits I get from using them in my diet. They absorb the fla­vor of any­thing they are pre­pared with.

If you are curi­ous about why Chia seeds are the new great super food here are a few good rea­sons to look into the ben­e­fits they pro­vide.  You can also check out my arti­cles here and here.

The Ben­e­fits of Adding Chia

High in Omega-3 Fatty Acids

Chia Seed Plant
Chia Seed Plant

Chia seeds are the high­est whole-food source of omega-3 fatty acids by weight.  They con­tain the same amount of these essen­tial fatty acids as 10 pounds of salmon. They have a higher level than flax seeds with the added ben­e­fit of being more sta­ble and unlikely to become rancid.

Rich In Antioxidants

Chia is a great nat­ural source of antiox­i­dants, includ­ing chloro­genic acid, caf­feic acid, myricetin, quercetin and flavonols.

Full of Essen­tial Nutrients

Chia seeds are an excel­lent source of the fol­low­ing nutri­ents: cal­cium, phos­pho­rus, man­ganese, potas­sium, iron, zinc and cop­per.  With a low-glycemic index and high in fiber chia seeds help to slow the rate of absorp­tion to assist in the proper assim­i­la­tion of the high nutri­ent content.

Pro­motes Hydration

The hull of the chia seed soaks up to seven times its weight in water.  This aids the slow absorp­tion rate and pro­motes hydra­tion and elec­trolyte reten­tion.  The steady release of nutri­ents and glu­cose into the blood­stream pro­motes endurance.  This makes it an ideal food for ath­letes as well as any­one liv­ing a busy, hec­tic lifestyle.

Chia Seeds con­tacted me to offer a 2 pound bag of chia seeds to my read­ers.  They offer the high­est qual­ity chia seeds at very low prices with free ship­ping on all U.S. orders.  Their chia seeds are organ­i­cally grown in the moun­tains of cen­tral Mex­ico at 5,100 feet and processed with­out the use of chem­i­cals.  Chia Seeds Direct is also offer­ing a free report on chia seeds. If you want more infor­ma­tion on the ben­e­fits of chia seeds and how you can use them in your food here is a free 16-page report all about chia seeds.

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  1. Delbert Bloch says

    Chia seeds have been in Whole Foods for a long time, but they’re just now start­ing to grow in pop­u­lar­ity,” said Drew Rosen, nutri­tion and cook­ing teacher at New York City’s Whole Foods Mar­ket Tribeca. “It’s an ancient crop, but because the seeds are so flex­i­ble and high in omega threes, they are just blos­som­ing all over the mar­kets in all dif­fer­ent types of products.” -

    My very own web por­tal

  2. elaina moscato says

    Just read that Chia seeds are a ben­e­fit to those who have a thy­roid prob­lem, adding them to my life!! Hope to win!!

  3. Diane Melendez says

    Love learn­ing about healthy lifestyles and crafts. Vis­ited your blog and com­mented on

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    Hi, for ‘Leave a blog post com­ment’ there wasn’t an extra info field so I thought I’d leave a com­ment here say­ing that I com­mented on ’10 Rules for Being Human.’ Thanks!


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