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Long before chia seed was popularised as superfood by modern society, it was actually a staple in ancient Mayans and Aztecs diet for energy fuel. Despite their tiny and unassuming look, chia seed is one of the best plant-based sources of omega-3 fatty acids, protein, fibre, antioxidants, calcium, and magnesium. Mild tasting with a slight crunch - they can be made into pudding, blended into smoothies, and even incorporated into baked goods for added texture! From strengthening immune system to reducing chronic inflammation, they pack a powerful nutritional punch and is proof that ‘’good things come in small packages’’.

Health benefits

- Improve skin and bone health

- Promote healthy brain function

- Aid digestion

- Reduce risk of cardiovascular diseases

Nutrition facts (per 100g)

- Energy: 513 kcal

- Total Fat: 33.0 g

- Carbohydrate: 42.0 g 

- Protein: 20.0 g

- Total Dietary Fibre: 35.0 g


Chia seed

Consumption method

Sprinkle it over salad or breakfast cereal, soak them in liquid to create a delicious pudding, incorporate it into baked goods, or blend it into smoothies, fruit juices, and soups.

Storage tip

Keep it in an airtight container under cool and dry condition, away from direct sunlight. To prolong its shelf life, it is best to store it in the fridge for safe and fresh consumption.  

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