Organic Chia Seeds


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What Are Organic Chia Seeds? Organic Chia Seeds from TPW contain nearly five times more calcium than milk and three times more iron than spinach. Chia Seeds are essentially an ancient natural food that’s now been widely recognised in modern nutritional science as a “superfood.” But aside from the calcium and iron where does the “super natural” status of Chia Seeds come from? In brief, it’s densely packed contents of vitamins, minerals and healthy fats. This includes everything from phosphorous, magnesium, omega 3 and omega 6 which is why gram for gram you’ll struggle to find a more nutrient dense food. Where Do Organic Chia Seeds Come From? Chia Seeds are farmed from the flowering plant known as the salvia hispanica. Native to South America it’s harvested bi-annually and has been used in traditional cuisine for thousands of years. Added to everything from flour, cereal and even drinks it’s so incredibly rich in proteins, minerals and healthy fats that its addition to any meal can instantly boost its nutritional profile. This coupled with its versatility and amazingly long ‘shelf life’ are the main reason Chia Seeds are among TPW’s best-selling foods. What are the Benefits of Organic Chia Seeds? The truth is the exact benefits of Chia Seeds are hard to quantify. You only have to look at a fully loaded nutritional label of a box of TPW Chia Seeds to see why. But cutting through the plethora of benefits the TPW have listed a few below to help you better understand how having a box in your cupboard can help you and your diet What Are The Scientifically Proven Benefits of Organic Chia Seeds? Protein has been found to contribute to the maintenance of muscle mass Protein has been found to contribute to the maintenance of normal bones Protein has been found to contribute to a growth in muscle mass Potassium contributes to normal functioning of the nervous system Calcium contributes to normal energy-yielding metabolism Calcium contributes to normal muscle function Calcium co

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