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Chia seeds by weight organic 100 g - Paraguay

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Chia seeds are a nutritious superfood diet product with over 4,000 years of history. It is believed that chia seeds were one of the basic foods of the Aztec and Mayan diets, helping to maintain strength, energy and stamina. Today, the properties of seeds are highly appreciated and positive reviews of scientists, nutritionists and nutritionists (including sports).

Chia is a real storehouse of useful properties.

First of all, chia helps stabilize the metabolism and blood sugar level, maintain a high level of cellular structures and the whole organism.

Chia has only 8% carbohydrates - and at the same time 20% protein. Thanks to this, chia seeds saturate for a long time and are indispensable for those who seek to control weight.

Vitamins A, E and Group B, as well as calcium, potassium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus and zinc

Chia contains large amounts of healthy omega-3s and polyunsaturated fatty acids.

Chia is the absolute champion in calcium,

.And also a champion in the content of alpha-linolenic acid, which is necessary for the growth and development of healthy brain cells.

Per 100 g:

Calorie Protein Fats Carbohydrates

434 kcal 17.6 g 31.2 g 1.3 g

Omega 3 - 18

Omega-6 - 4.2

Including sugar - 1.2

Dietary fiber - 38.7

How chia works

- Soak 1 teaspoon of chia seeds in a glass of water and leave for 30-40 minutes - a homogeneous jelly-like mass is formed. Its basis is a large number of delicate, soft and highly soluble dietary fiber.

- In the stomach, such a chia gel forms a physical barrier between digestive enzymes and carbohydrates, which helps to slow down the conversion of carbohydrates to sugars.

Chia: contraindications

Firstly, they contain a large amount of dietary fiber, more than a third, and this provokes the accumulation of gases in the intestines and bloating. Thus, if there are already problems with the gastrointestinal tract and increased gas formation, then it is better to refrain from chia.

Care should be taken with reduced blood coagulability, since chia additionally reduces viscosity and is even recommended for the prevention of thrombosis. So do not combine chia and anticoagulants. And even with aspirin is not necessary, since it also reduces blood coagulation.

You must never forget about individual intolerance! Allergic reactions to chia seeds often occur in people who are already allergic to mustard and mustard oil. The reason is the relatively high content of linoleic and linolenic acids.

As for pregnancy and the period of breastfeeding, no studies on this topic have been conducted, and therefore, we would recommend that pregnant and lactating customers very carefully monitor the reaction of their body to chia.

 How to use chia

Chia seeds have a neutral taste. They can easily be consumed in their pure form, but most people prefer to eat chia in combination with other products.

Here's how to eat chia:

- Just eat 1-2 tablespoons of dry seeds. They are tasty, soaked with saliva, eating them is pleasant and healthy.

- Add crispy seeds to your breakfast: 1-2 tablespoons in porridge, cereal, granola.

- Stir 1-2 tablespoons of chia seeds in a cup with cottage cheese or yogurt.

- Season with chia seeds salad with herbs and vegetables.

- Mix chia seeds with your favorite nut paste (urbec), spread on bread or bread.

- Mix chia seeds with mashed fruit. If you take more chia seeds - there will be jelly, if less - jelly. Great scope for experimentation, especially with children.

Chia pudding is one of the coolest and most popular chia solutions!


- milk (nut or other)

- sweetener (honey, Jerusalem artichoke syrup)

- add cinnamon to taste, a quarter of vanilla pod, a pinch of Himalayan salt

- then pour 2 tablespoons of chia into a glass of such a cocktail

- let the mixture brew overnight in the refrigerator

Easy and healthy cleansing pudding is ready!

Chia porridge

- take 3 tablespoons of chia seeds

- Pour 1 cup (250 ml) of hot / warm milk (plain or nut)

- add cinnamon, berries, nuts

- as well as honey or another sweetener to taste

Chia in baking

For example:

- chia seeds can be ground with chia seeds and mixed with flour

- Or add 3-4 tablespoons of chia seeds in 0.5 kg of ready-made dough for bread, cookies, pies and even pancakes.

... and chia instead of baking eggs

- Mix 1 tablespoon of chia seeds with 3-4 tablespoons of water

- Leave on for 10-30 minutes to form a jelly-like liquid.

This amount of jelly is equal to 1 egg.

Chia in the main course

Chia can be added to:

- with mashed potatoes

- stew

- soup

- sauce or gravy

mix chia in mashed potatoes,

Add 1 tablespoon of dried chia seeds per serving. Leave for 10-20 minutes to thicken the dish.

Chia Fresh Cocktail

- 2 teaspoons of chia seeds stir in 300 ml of water

- add juice of 1 lemon or lime

- add honey, syrup or another sweetener to taste.

Vanilla Chia Pudding - Express Recipe

50 g cashew

1 tbsp coconut oil

2 tbsp date syrup (or 1 tbsp. honey),


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