Chia, or seeds (Salvia hispanica), is a plant from South America, belonging to the same family as mint and lemon balm. Its small, black seeds were consumed for centuries by the Aztecs, which is confirmed by the famous Codex Mendocino describing their daily life and identifying Chia seeds, along with corn, as a key crop.
Chia seeds are a rich source of valuable nutrients. Alpha-linolenic acid, fiber and a high content of omega-3 acids contribute to maintaining a healthy weight, eliminating excess fat, and support the health of the skin, bones and heart. These small grains are full of nutritional values that have a significant impact on the functioning of the body. Just two tablespoons of chia seeds provide:
11 grams of fiber,
9 grams of fat (including 5 grams of omega-3 fatty acids),
18% of the recommended daily intake of calcium,
30% of the recommended daily intake of manganese,
30% of the recommended daily intake of magnesium,
27% of the recommended daily intake of phosphorus.
It is not only a tasty addition to dishes, but also a rich source of ingredients that support a healthy diet and well-being.
Can be used as an addition to dairy products, cocktails, milk, salads, baked goods, cereals or muesli and many other dishes. Daily consumption should not exceed 15 g.
||15 g (1 serving)
||2424.157 kJ / 579 kcal
||363.624 kJ / 86.85 kcal
|– Saturated Fat
|– of which sugars
Ingredients: Salvia hispanica sage seeds
- Do not exceed recommended servings for consumption during the day.
- The product must not be used by people who are allergic to any of its ingredients.
- It is not recommended for pregnant women, breastfeeding mothers, children and people under 18 years of age.
- Keep out of the reach of small children.
- Store in a dry and dark place at room temperature tightly closed packages.
- Protect against direct sunlight.
- Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
- Best before end: date and batch number are on the side / bottom of the package
Keep in mind that too much of anything can be harmful. This applies to every product, so you must remember to be reasonable and follow the manufacturer’s or dietitian’s recommendations!
** – Reference intake value for an average adult (8400 kJ / 2000 kcal)
Dietary supplements cannot be used as a substitute for a varied diet. Remember that only a healthy lifestyle and a balanced diet ensure the proper functioning of the body and maintain good condition. **