Chia Seeds (Certified Organic)

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Chia seeds originate from South America and have been used as a food for thousands of years by the Mayans and Aztecs.

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Chia seeds originate from South America and have been used as a food for thousands of years by the Mayans and Aztecs. When added to liquids these unique seeds swell and form a gel-like consistency, making them extremely versatile. Morlife Certified Organic Chia Seeds are packed full of goodness, containing fibre and omega-3 fatty acids.

  • Vegan
  • No colours, flavours, preservatives or sweeteners
  • Source of fibre
  • Source of omega-3 

Features

Benefits

Source of Omega-3 fatty acids

3200mg of omega 3 per serve

Gluten free and preservative free

All natural and great for coeliac

Natural source of vitamins and minerals

Delivering nutritional potency in a small package

All natural 100% pure

All natural as nature intended

 

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Ingredients


Whole Chia seeds (Salvia hispanica)

Packed in a facility that processes products containing soy, dairy and tree nuts.

Nutritional Information

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 Store resealed away from direct sunlight in a cool, dry place below 25°C.

Ways To Take It

Add 10g (1 tbsp.) of Morlife Certified Organic Chia Seeds to cereals, porridge, yoghurt, salad dressings and baking.

FAQs

Chia is tiny black or white seeds of Salvia Hispanica, a member of the mint family. Chia seeds have been growing in South America for thousands of years, the name itself meaning ‘oily’ in the language of the Aztecs.

Chia seeds are high in fibre and omega 3 fats and contains small amounts of a variety of vitamins and minerals. The fibre content in chia seeds absorbs water, causing the seeds to swell which in turn takes up more room in the digestive tract in the stomach and contributes to bowel regularity.

The high fibre content of chia seeds makes them a good source of fibre, which means that they should help to alleviate constipation. However, as chia seeds also absorb lots of water, it’s important to keep hydrated to ensure they don’t have the opposite effect.

Chia seeds are a cinch to sprinkle over cereal, salad, or add to smoothies, smoothie bowls, as an egg alternative or even in chia pudding. See the recipes section for more inspiration.

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Love these. Great value and plenty for all my puddings, overnight oats and smoothie bowls

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Chai seeds

Good quality seeds

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Chia seeds

You cannot dress up chia seeds too much but all I can say is that the price is right, the delivery prompt and the packaging,(re-sealable bag), are deal closers.

Now go away!

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