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Nutiva, Nutiva, Organic Superfood, Chia Seed, White, 12 oz (340 g)

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  • Product Code: NUT-10180
  • UPC Code: 692752101809
  • Package Quantity: 12 oz (340 g)
  • Dimensions: 4.5 x 2.6 x 5 in, 0.8 lbs (0.36 kg)
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Product Overview

Description
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  • Nourishing People & Planet
  • 5 g Fiber, 3 g Protein, 2.5 g Omega-3 Per Serving
  • USDA Organic
  • Non GMO Project Verified
  • Revolutionizing the Way the World Eats
  • Vegan
  • Certified Organic by QAI and Ecocert ICO
  • Certified B Organic

The people of the ancient Aztec and Mayan empires revered chia seeds as vital nourishment. These mighty seeds, packed with Omega-3s, protein, antioxidants and fiber, are making a strong comeback in the 21st century.

Suggested Use

Enjoy them in yogurt, oatmeal, baked goods or smoothies. 

Quick Tip

Soak 2 Tbsp of seeds for 5-10 minutes in 6 oz of water to produce a nutritious gel that can be added to countless recipes.

Recipes

  • Chia Oatmeal:
  • 1 bowl of hot oatmeal
  • 2 Tbsp Nutiva Coconut Manna
  • 2 Tbsp Nutiva Chia Seed
  • 1 Tbsp Nutiva Hempseed
  • 1 Tbsp honey or maple syrup
  • Stir and savor!

Chia Juice Drink

  • 1 Tbsp Nutiva Chia Seed
  • 8 oz favorite juice

Add Chia Seed to juice, stir and wait 15 minutes. Drink and enjoy!

Other Ingredients

Raw organic chia seeds.

Warnings

Storage: Store in a cool, dry place away from sunlight. Keeps for over two years.

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Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Tbsp (12 g)
Servings Per Container: About 28
  Amount Per Serving % Daily Value*
Calories 60  
Calories from Fat 25  
Total Fat 3 g 5%
Saturated Fat 0 g 0%
Trans Fat 0 g  
Polyunsaturated Fat 2.5 g  
Monounsaturated Fat 0 g  
Cholesterol 0 mg 0%
Sodium 0 mg 0%
Potassium 60 mg 2%
Total Carbohydrate 5 g 2%
Dietary Fiber 5 g 20%
Sugars 0 g  
Protein 3 g 6%
Vitamin A   0%
Vitamin C   0%
Calcium   8%
Iron   6%
Magnesium   10%
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower, depending on your calorie needs:
  Calories 2,000 2,500
Total Fat Less than 65 g 80 g
Sat Fat Less than 20 g 25 g
Cholesterol Less than 300 mg 300 mg
Sodium Less than 2400 mg 2400 mg
Potassium Less than 3500 mg 3500 mg
Total Carbohydrate   300 g 375 g
Dietary Fiber   25 g 30 g
Protein   50 g 65 g

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Ancient Aztecs' best kept secret.
Chia seeds are truly a superfood. One ounce (about two tablespoons) of chia seeds provides a whopping 11 grams of fiber (45% of the recommended daily intake), 14% of the recommended daily intake of iron, 18% of calcium, 24% of magnesium, 27% of phosphorus, 30% of manganese 14% of zinc, not to mention that they're naturally gluten free and suitable for people suffering from gluten intolerance and celiac disease. But that's not all: chia seeds are one of the best vegetable sources of protein (one ounce provides 7 grams, 10% of the RDI) and vitamins B1, B2, B3 (about 20% of the RDI in one ounce) and the richest vegetable source of omega-3 fatty acids (5 grams in one ounce, the RDI is 3-4 grams), and unlike flaxseeds, they can be eaten whole and don't need to be ground. It comes as no surprise that chia seeds are packed with health benefits and can help people suffering from diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol, obesity, heart disease, gastritis, acid reflux, nausea, indigestion, osteoporosis, arthritis, rheumatism and many other diseases and conditions: they stabilize blood sugar, regulate insulin levels and prevent blood spikes keeping you full longer, aid digestion, prevent heartburn and acid reflux, increase appetite, soothe the stomach lining, reduce colon inflammation, normalize blood pressure, lower triglycerides and LDL or "bad" cholesterol levels while increasing HDL or "good" cholesterol, protect against strokes, atherosclerosis and peripheral arterial disease, help maintain healthy bones and teeth. I really love these white chia seeds. They normalize my cholesterol and blood pressure, help my acid reflux and gastritis and keep me full for a long time stabilizing my blood sugar. They have a more delicate taste than black ones and I add them everywhere: from oatmeal and cereal to different recipes. When soaked for a few minutes, they develop a gelatinous coating and produce a nutritious and almost tasteless gel which is a great cholesterol free binding agent that can be used instead of eggs and won't affect the flavor of any food. Great product. Would definitely recommend it.
May 11, 2014
 

Ancient Aztecs' best kept secret.

Posted by Caerulea on May 11, 2014

Chia seeds are truly a superfood. One ounce (about two tablespoons) of chia seeds provides a whopping 11 grams of fiber (45% of the recommended daily intake), 14% of the recommended daily intake of iron, 18% of calcium, 24% of magnesium, 27% of phosphorus, 30% of manganese 14% of zinc, not to mention that they're naturally gluten free and suitable for people suffering from gluten intolerance and celiac disease. But that's not all: chia seeds are one of the best vegetable sources of protein (one ounce provides 7 grams, 10% of the RDI) and vitamins B1, B2, B3 (about 20% of the RDI in one ounce) and the richest vegetable source of omega-3 fatty acids (5 grams in one ounce, the RDI is 3-4 grams), and unlike flaxseeds, they can be eaten whole and don't need to be ground. It comes as no surprise that chia seeds are packed with health benefits and can help people suffering from diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol, obesity, heart disease, gastritis, acid reflux, nausea, indigestion, osteoporosis, arthritis, rheumatism and many other diseases and conditions: they stabilize blood sugar, regulate insulin levels and prevent blood spikes keeping you full longer, aid digestion, prevent heartburn and acid reflux, increase appetite, soothe the stomach lining, reduce colon inflammation, normalize blood pressure, lower triglycerides and LDL or "bad" cholesterol levels while increasing HDL or "good" cholesterol, protect against strokes, atherosclerosis and peripheral arterial disease, help maintain healthy bones and teeth. I really love these white chia seeds. They normalize my cholesterol and blood pressure, help my acid reflux and gastritis and keep me full for a long time stabilizing my blood sugar. They have a more delicate taste than black ones and I add them everywhere: from oatmeal and cereal to different recipes. When soaked for a few minutes, they develop a gelatinous coating and produce a nutritious and almost tasteless gel which is a great cholesterol free binding agent that can be used instead of eggs and won't affect the flavor of any food. Great product. Would definitely recommend it.

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8 people found the following review helpful

Chia Seeds

Posted by KiMaLi on Apr 15, 2013

Chia seeds are a species of flowering plant in the mint family. It is native to Mexico and Guatemala. Chia seeds can used in drinks and as a food source. They are rich in Omega-3 fatty acids. If you found this review helpful please click the yes button.

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5 people found the following review helpful

Excellent for regularity

Posted by Reviewer2559622 on Nov 04, 2011

I had read a lot about chia online, and wanted to try them out. I tried them various ways, but have settled into have a shot glass of pudding in the morning (1 tablespoon of seeds, agave, nutmeg, cinnamon, and almond milk--dairy milk tastes ok but the seeds do not soak as much liquid when I use dairy milk, so they are crunchier), and after dinner, a glass of diluted orange juice, with some seeds in it that I keep pre-soaked in the fridge. It has really helped with regularity. I had a lot of problems with constipation before. I read that because of the antioxidants and omega-3's, chia can also be good for reducing wrinkles, but I have not seen any effects in that area yet (I am 30 and have some on my forehead and around my eyes). I try to chew the seeds so that I can get the most of their nutrients, but a lot of them just go right through. I tried grinding them into my smoothies, but they gave it a grainy, thick taste that I didn't like. I prefer to put pre-soaked seeds into my smoothie. If the smoothie contains anything frozen, the seeds quickly freeze and become little chewy ice balls that are quite good. I found when I did the chia-orange-juice thing in the middle of the day as a snack, it gave me diarrhea, so that wasn't so great-feeling. I also read that because chia seeds are in the salvia family, they can be addictive, so you should only eat them 3 weeks out of the month. I haven't had them long enough to get addicted, but I don't know what I would do without them for a week! My diet is overall pretty low in fiber, so chia seeds are a great way to get fiber. They combine well with so many other foods, and are so easy to prepare. I wanted to give some to my pregnant friend, who is of course having problems with regularity, but I read that they are not recommended for pregnant or lactating women, mainly because not much testing has been done in that area. It's too bad, because I was hoping to use them if I get pregnant.

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24 people found the following review helpful

Tasty ALA omega-3's..

Posted by PracticalReviews on Oct 19, 2013

Great source of vegan omega 3 to combine with sweet deserts....you are welcome to rate & read my other reviews

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4 people found the following review helpful

what happened??

Posted by 5108387064755754134 on Oct 23, 2014

I have been buying chia seeds from iherb. My recent 4th repurchase from them was horrible! The expiry date is supposedly to be Dec 2017 and when I received my 4 packs of white chia seeds, the packaging looks wrong. And the best part, the expiry date states Dec 2014! I am so mad! The parcel box is also litters with scattered chia seeds!

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