Chia Whole Seeds454 Grams Seeds Item #: VS-3191 / 1798321
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the Vitamin Shoppe Chia Whole Seeds 454 Grams Seeds
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
As a dietary supplement, mix one (1) scoop (15 g) of Chia seeds in 8 oz of liquid or sprinkle on food once daily.
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
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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from Jersey City
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Not organic at a higher price
(8 of 9 customers found this review helpful)
So much better than Flax Seed
from Hickory, NC
of chia in liquid (juice). It helps tame
hunger pangs at times. Oct 21, 2013
I tried another brang and I have to said this is far more quality.... Apr 26, 2013
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
I find they also help stabilize blood sugar. I add them to smoothies, scrambled eggs, yogurt, etc, and I don't think they change the flavor as much as flax seeds do. Jun 29, 2014