Chia SeedsWilderness Poets
|8 oz pouch||
|2 lb (32 oz) pouch||
|5 lb (80 oz) pouch||
|10 lb (160 oz) pouch||
|25 lb (400 oz) bag||$ 112.50|
Wilderness Poets Black Chia Seeds - Organic & Raw
The search is over! We have looked far and wide to bring you the absolute best certified organic Chia Seeds you will ever find. These fresh, plump, little Chia Seeds are loaded with protein, Omega 3 EFA, iron, magnesium, niacin, zinc, and fiber.*
* These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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- High in Antioxidants
- Excellent Source of Plant-based Fiber and Protein
- Can Boost Energy and Metabolism
- Full of Calcium, Iron, Magnesium and zinc
How to Use Chia Seeds:
- Soak them in coconut water or juice for a thirst quenching, refreshing boost.
- Add to pancakes, cookies, porridge, smoothies, raw foods, veggie burgers, and raw desserts.
- Make a Coconut Chia tapioca-like 'pudding'. Soak chia seeds in water to make a gel and combine it with coconut milk, vanilla powder and honey. Wow. You can also use nut milk instead of coconut milk.
- When adding chia to a smoothie, it is best not to blend the chia seeds. Rather, make a gel with chia seeds in water and then add the Chia Gel to your smoothie. You can keep the Chia Gel in your refrigerator for up to a week and it is ready to use at any moment.
Native to Mexico, chia seeds were highly prized for their medicinal properties and nutritional value. In fact, they were even used as currency.
Chia seeds are nutrient-dense and pack a punch of energy-boosting power. Aztec warriors ate chia seeds to give them high energy and endurance. They said just one spoonful of chia could sustain them for 24 hours. Chia means “strength” in the Mayan language, and chia seeds were known as “runners’ food” because runners and warriors would use them as fuel while running long distances or during battle.