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Chia Whole Seeds

454 Grams Seeds Item #: VS-3191 / 1798321
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the Vitamin Shoppe Chia Whole Seeds 454 Grams Seeds


Product Label

Chia has been used traditionally for over 3000 years by ancient Aztec warriors to promote endurance.

Chia seed is a plant source of omega-3 and fiber. Supercharge your daily diet and boost the nutritional value of your foods. Add to cereals, salads, yogurt, cottage cheese, soups, smoothies and other foods. Also works great in bread, muffin and pancake recipes.

Each serving provides:

6 grams of fiber

3 grams of protein

4 grams of essential fatty acids

THIS IS A NATURAL PRODUCT. ACTUAL NUTRIENT CONTENT MAY VARY

Directions

As a dietary supplement, mix one (1) scoop (15 g) of Chia seeds in 8 oz of liquid or sprinkle on food once daily.

Warning

Consult your healthcare provider prior to use if you are pregnant, nursing, taking any medication or have any medical conditions.

Does Not Contain:

Yeast, Corn, Wheat, Gluten, Sugar, Salt, Soy, Starch, Dairy, Citrus, Fish, Animal Derivatives, Preservatives, Artificial Colors or Flavors Added.

Chia Whole Seeds Supplement Facts


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Supplement Facts
Serving Size  1 SCOOP (15 G)
Servings Per Container   30
 
Amount Per
Serving
% Daily
Value
CALORIES
80 
N/A*
CALORIES FROM FAT
45 
N/A*
TOTAL FAT
5 Gm
8%
SATURATED FAT
0 Gm
N/A*
TRANS FAT
0 Gm
N/A*
POLYUNSATURATED FAT
4 Gm
N/A*
CHOLESTEROL
0 Mg
N/A*
SODIUM
0 Mg
N/A*
POTASSIUM
90 Mg
N/A*
TOTAL CARBOHYDRATE
6 Gm
2%
DIETARY FIBER
6 Gm
24%
SUGARS
0 Gm
N/A*
PROTEIN
3 Gm
6%
* Daily value not established

Other Ingredients:
Chia Seeds (Salvia hispanica L.) Total Fatty Acids 4g** Omega-3 Fatty Acids 2.9g** Omega-6 Fatty Acids 1.1g**** These amounts are typical values per serving and may vary.

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Chia Whole Seeds Reviews

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3.7

(based on 3 reviews)

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5.0

Healthy

By shilpa

from Jersey City

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        True to its size. Shipped on time. Opting chia as its fibrous and good for cholesterol reduction

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        • No

        (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        1.0

        Not organic at a higher price

        By Organic

        from Disneyland

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          • Not Organic And Cost More

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            I ordered these by mistake. I thought they were organic. The Greens brand is organic and at a cheaper price per ounce.

            (7 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            So much better than Flax Seed

            By M2and3

            from Hickory, NC

            Been using Chia seeds in a cold bottle of water for about 6 months; keeps down the belly bloat and fiber is a PLUS. Also, my cholesterol came down 20 points.

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            Chia Whole Seeds
            Already Asked: 4 Questions, 57 Answers
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            Vitamin Shoppe Store asked: Why did you choose this?
            Laura L: The Vitamin Shoppe Brand contains the best value as far dosage is concerned in this particulsr product. Apr 12, 2014
            Nancy R: I mix this with my morning protein shake..it helps digestion and is a natural omega supplement Apr 12, 2014
            Dejan P: I always use this product Apr 1, 2014
            Stephanie L: Good product. Good price Apr 1, 2014
            Dallas N: Excellent aid for digestion and keeping one regular. Apr 1, 2014
            Candida S: We are trying to live a healthier lifestyle, and have been watching several food-related documentaries. We've been juicing, and wanted to incorporate the health-benefits of Chia seeds to our daily routine! (Also, I found an amazing recipe for refrigerated oatmeal with cocoa, honey, Chia seeds and bananas, yum!) Mar 31, 2014
            Johnny J: Born to Run swears by them! Mar 26, 2014
            judy l: Heard it was very healthy and east to use :) Jan 23, 2014
            Amy M: This product is amazing for you! I love it!! Dec 28, 2013
            Shilpa D: Fibrous , can be consumed in many ways Dec 9, 2013
            Sharon E: fiber Nov 17, 2013
            Paola D: excellent product Oct 25, 2013
            Carol G: I like the thickening effect from a spoonful
            of chia in liquid (juice). It helps tame
            hunger pangs at times.
            Oct 21, 2013
            Barbara K: Great value! Great Product! Oct 8, 2013
            Deborah B: I use them as a booster for my "juicing" Sep 30, 2013
            Raquel T: Love chia seeds. I notice that when I have them with breakfast, I stay satisfied until lunch. Sep 24, 2013
            Jacob R: Chia is chia...the price is reasonable and I get more points. Sep 16, 2013
            Beverly B: fiber Sep 2, 2013
            Marci S: Great value for the price Aug 18, 2013
            Cytnhia B: DR OZ Jul 24, 2013
            Charles M: Goes in my morning porridge, also occasionally in a fruit/almond milk/yogurt smoothie Jun 9, 2013
            Bill C: Buy one get one half off Apr 28, 2013
            Angela W: I read about it online & wanted to try it. Apr 26, 2013
            Sue J: For the digestive aid and heart healthy option. Apr 26, 2013
            NORA A: I was looking for this kind of chia seeds Apr 26, 2013
            CAROLYN C: helps with digestion Apr 17, 2013
            Judy C: Curious about these Apr 17, 2013
            Lisa C: very good quality for the price. Apr 16, 2013
            Hang V: TO LOWER CHOLESTEROL FOR WEIGHT LOSS PURPOSE Apr 15, 2013
            Melanie C: I buy chia seeds at grocery, but with sale price this was a better deal today. Apr 12, 2013
            Arnold L: ... would like to add this to my homegrown kombucha tea (to replicate GT's). Apr 10, 2013
            Amber W: I like chia seeds over other similar products because they have very little flavor and do not change the taste of what they are added to. Apr 8, 2013
            Laura C: Awesome superfood, BOGO sale for vitamin shoppe brand this month (April) Apr 1, 2013
            Lisa S: best value Mar 17, 2013
            Cathy H: no taste. awesome. Mar 6, 2013
            John M: Doctor recommended -- he indicates it is all the rage now for Omega 3, protien and fiber.. a super food Feb 28, 2013
            vincent v: PROTEIN .VITAMINS Feb 22, 2013
            donna s: Dr. Oz of course! Feb 11, 2013
            Robin R: Whole seeds, more grams, most bang for the buck. Feb 7, 2013
            Vicki H: We use chia seeds every day as a great source of omega 3's and fiber. I grind them in my coffee grinder and store them in the freezer. I put them on fruit, cereal, yogurt and in my granola. Jan 26, 2013
            francis H: excellent source of soluble and insoluble fiber. Most Americans are lacking sufficient fiber in their diet. 40 to 60 grams per day should be the target Jan 25, 2013
            judith k: crunchy, palatable addition to otherwise bland dietary items Jan 16, 2013
            Sharon F: Vitamin Shoppe points Dec 2, 2012
            Carlos P: cost Nov 29, 2012
            Wanda C: Dr. Oz - Sprinkle with water, make for a feeling of fullness Nov 25, 2012
            Miguel S: Excellent source of omega's. Nov 6, 2012
            Denise S: Recently attended a nutritional support class about weight management, and this product was discussed. Nov 4, 2012
            Lisa H asked: Is this product non-GMO and from where is it sourced? Apr 16, 2013
            Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (4) No (0)
            Jennifer K: I would like to know this as well but they haven't called me back yet to let me know where they're from. :-( Apr 22, 2013
            Reply to Jennifer Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
            Claudia T asked: Since they are whole, do they need to be ground up before you use them? Apr 10, 2013
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            Arnold G: I think it depends. For weight loss, not necessarily. I saw a doctor on TV who demonstrated why and I guess you could try this yourself. He filled a glass half full with seeds and then added water. The seeds plump up to at least twice their dry size, which gives you a full feeling for a long time.

            For release of Omega 3, I read an article that said the seeds release more of it (and I would guess more of the the fiber and protein?)if they are ground up.
            Apr 10, 2013
            Reply to Arnold Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
            judith k: Don't need to grind them. Directions are on label. Part of the appeal to me is their crunchiness. They don't have much of a taste. When they get wet, they soften up a little. I add them to things like salads, hot cereal, soups, yogurt. I like the texture they add to my food. Apr 10, 2013
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            Sara S: No, they do not need to be ground. As soon as you put them in any liquid, they will soften. I use them in smoothies and just grind them up with the smoothie in the blender. They are very digestible whole. Apr 10, 2013
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            N B: No, they don't have to be ground. They absorb liquid and expand. Some people drink them whole, I prefer to blend them into smoothies or I add them to my whole grain overnight oats. Apr 13, 2013
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            Elise C: Chia seeds are tiny and edible as they are. Just sprinkle on salads, cereals, or other foods. Apr 10, 2013
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            Mark W: I use them whole, although ground chia is available too. Apr 10, 2013
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            Beverly M: No need to grind them up....they are pretty tiny. Apr 10, 2013
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            connie b: You don't need to grind them up. Just throw them in whatever. I use them in my oatmeal--salad and even protein drinks. They add extra crunch to salad. They are so small that I think its a waste of time to grind them up. They re like flax seeds--you can eat them either way--ground up or whole--good luck Apr 10, 2013
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            Shilpa D asked: Are these organic chia seeds? Jan 2, 2014
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            Alisa J: If was organic, it would be labeled organic as Vitamin Shoppe does all of their other products. Jan 2, 2014
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