Chia Seeds - GymBeam
Thanks to containing beneficial ingredients, chia seeds rank among popular superfoods. They are a great source of healthy fats, protein and fiber. People who want to supplement, for example, omega-3 fatty acids, which are important for proper heart function, should definitely include them in their diet. There is a wide range of use for them in the kitchen. Vegans use them when baking, instead of eggs. However, you can also enjoy them as part of puddings, desserts or favourite porridges.
Chia seeds help supplement healthy fats and fiber as well as conjure up tasty fit desserts
Chia seeds are a popular superfood that is high in valuable nutrients. That is why they regularly appear in the diet of all fans of a healthy lifestyle. They contain healthy fats, including omega-3 fatty acids. In addition, they are rich in fiber which is important for healthy digestion and a pleasant feeling of satiety after a meal. Last but not least, they are a source of protein. That's why power athletes who want to support muscle growth regularly add chia seeds into yogurt or porridge.
Chia seeds are one of the few plant foods that contain these essential nutrients in such amounts. That is why vegans regularly include them in the diet. When mixed with water, they create a gel that can reliably replace eggs in recipes. However, this is not the only way to use them. They taste great in yogurts, porridge, puddings, creams, smoothies or salads. If you are looking for a superfood with which you can easily add a number of essential nutrients to your diet, chia seeds are the right choice.
Chia seeds & their benefits
- popular superfood
- contain healthy fats, including omega-3 fatty acids
- rich in fiber
- source of protein
- delicious taste
- suitable for porridge, yogurts, smoothies and salads
- suitable for vegans
How can you consume Chia seeds?
Chia seeds can be used in any way. You can add them to muesli, water, milk and anything else. Chia pudding is also delicious, and you can prepare it by mixing milk with banana, adding a little honey, chia seeds and letting it rest in the fridge for a while. You can also try to grind chia seeds into a fine powder and use them to thicken other meals. See the best chia pudding recipes.
|Nutritional values||100 g|
|Energy value||2034 kJ/ 486 kcal|
|- of which saturated fats||3.3 g|
|- of which sugars||0.9 g|
Store in a dry and cool place. Protect from direct sunlight.
Allergens: May contain traces of gluten, peanuts, nuts, soy and sesame.
|Main category||Nuts & Seeds|
|Distributor||GymBeam, s.r.o. Rastislavova 93, Košice 04001, Slovakia|
|Legal category of the product||foodstuffs|
|No artificial sweeteners||yes|
|Packaging (g)||Rating||Price||Special Price||In stock|
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