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"As tiny as those seeds are, they're superpacked with omega-3s, omega-6s, protein, calcium, iron, zinc, fiber, and antioxidants. If you had to pick just one desert-island food, you couldn't do much better than chia, at least if you were interested in building muscle, lowering cholesterol, and reducing your risk of heart disease; after a few months on the chia diet, you could probably swim home." - as described in the New York Times best-selling book "Born to Run" by Christopher McDougall
Flavor: Chia Seeds
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Chia seed (salvia hispanica L).
Add to Cereal, Yogurt, Salad, Juices and Smoothies.
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The best! I ordered these after getting hooked on their bars from target. I put some in each of my peanut butter flavors. Yumm. They taste so clean. Read morePublished 1 month ago by M. J. gregory
Chia seeds at a good price. I can't say I notice that they're more flavorful than any other chia seeds I've used, but they're all you'd hope for in a chia seed. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Silver Hooligan
Awesome food that is great when mixed into oatmeal. I have yet to try it in other foods, but love how well it blends in with my breakfast!Published 3 months ago by Jones2026
I can't claim that these have any noticeable effect on my health, but they don't have a taste and the texture isn't bad. Try them out.Published 7 months ago by Justin A