Black Chia Seeds grown in rich red soils in North Queensland by the Salvetti Family. Imported Chia Seeds are not covered by Australia’s strict health codes so there is a possibility that the stated benefits of Chia seeds, when imported, do not have the same health benefits as the Australian grown Chia seeds.
LOADED WITH NUTRIENTS THAT CAN HAVE IMPORTANT BENEFITS FOR YOUR ENTIRE BODY AND BRAIN.Average recommended serve is 15 grams (about 1.0 teaspoon) of chia seeds, twice per day. Here are many health benefits of chia seeds. The health benefits below should be used as a guide only and should be discussed with your doctor or nutritionist.Australian Superfoods NQ grows two varieties of chia seed both black and white.There is very little nutritional difference between the two varieties. Customers choice is usually for aesthetics especially for Mums using chia in their childrens’ diet.Many more people are experiencing gluten intolerance . Our Australian Chia seeds are Gluten free. Our chia seed is free of any genetic modification . Chia seeds may only be tiny in size but the powerful chia seeds are among the most nutritious foods available on the planet. They are loaded with fibre, protein, Omega-3 fatty acids and various micronutrients and they make an addition to all types of food. Chia seeds are really easy to incorporate into your daily food. The seeds themselves are extremely mild tasting, so you can add them to pretty much anything. They can be sprinkled in all foods , soaked in juice, added to porridges and puddings, added to jams to help setting or added to baked goods. You can also sprinkle them on top of cereal, yogurt, vegetables or rice dishes. Because of their ability to absorb both water and fat, they can be used to thicken sauces and even used as egg substitutes in recipes. They can also be mixed with water and turned into a gel. Adding chia seeds to recipes will dramatically boost the nutritional value.
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