Chia seeds


These tiny egg looking seeds have been used for millenia, especially highly considered in Mayan culture where "chia" translated to strength. They're often used for their viscious binding effect when exposed to water, offering a natural glue for puddings and deserts.

These little seeds pack an extreme nutritional punch. Chia seeds are bursting with almost all essential minerals, providing most daily quotas in only 100g. Chia are also rich in the omega-3 ALA, an essential nutrient for body function.

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Water5.8 g
Energy486 kcal
20 %
Protein16.54 g
Fats30.74 g
Carbs42.12 g
Fiber34.4 g
Sugars0 g
Calcium631 mg
49 %
Iron7.72 mg
51 %
Magnesium335 mg
93 %
Phosphorus860 mg
69 %
Potassium407 mg
9 %
Sodium16 mg
1 %
Zinc4.58 mg
51 %
Copper0.924 mg
104 %
Manganese2.723 mg
170 %
Selenium55.2 µg
100 %
Vit C1.6 mg
2 %
Thiamin0.62 mg
62 %
Riboflavin0.17 mg
17 %
Niacin8.83 mg
63 %
Vit B60 mg
Folate0 µg
Vit B120 µg
Vit A0 µg
Vit E0.5 mg
3 %
Vit D0 µg
Vit K0 µg
Sat Fat3.33 g
Mono Fat2.309 g
Poly Fat23.665 g
Trans Fat0.14 g
Cholesterol0 mg
Caffeine0 mg