Chia seeds are small yet healthful.

Chia seeds are nutrient powerhouses, boasting double the potassium of bananas and triple the antioxidants of blueberries.  

– Unlike flax seeds, chia seeds don't require grinding and have a longer shelf life without going rancid. 

Culinary versatility: Chia serves as a binder, thickener, and emulsifier, enhancing dishes without adding extra calories or fat.  

Rich in protein, omega-3 fatty acids, and fibre, chia seeds offer nutritional benefits when sprinkled raw or soaked in water.  

Widely available: Found in health food stores, supermarkets, and even bulk retailers like Costco.  

– Increasing popularity: Chia has transitioned from niche health food to mainstream ingredient in just two years. 

– Culinary applications: Used in smoothies, desserts, and seed bread for added texture and nutrition. 

Cost-effective and easy to incorporate into daily meals for a boost of nutrients and satiety.  

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