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|Chia was cultivated by the ancient
Aztecs, and was honored as a “power food.”
Chia is one of the best vegetarian sources of Omega 3 (especially a-linolenic
acid) and other essential fatty acids (EFA’s).
EFA’s support healthy heart function, joint mobility, immune functioning and
Chia seeds are high in both soluble and insoluble fiber. Diets high in fiber
support healthy digestion and bowel function.
Chia cleanses through mucilage action, similar to pysllium.
Chia seeds are high in vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and flavonols.
Chia has Boron, a necessary nutrient need for bone health.