Nature's Answer, Chia Seeds, 16 oz (454 g)
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Ms Ilze Valikovs
8 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer3074107 on Jul 16, 2008
Australia's quarantine regulations make the importation of these seeds difficult. AQIS always stops them for inspection & puts on a $77-80 fee to examine them.I now have to alert DHL when my order is about to arrive & fax them a copy of a certificate I obtained from the head office in Canberra which states that they are an allowed seed.
It is a bit of a deterrant but I am persisting.
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7 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2953137 on Jul 25, 2008
For about 6 years I have been taking chia seeds and have found they will lower my BP and help decrease my desire for sweets. My problem is sometimes I forget to eat any.
2 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2241530 on Nov 12, 2008
Chia Seed, it is a wery good, and good tasting seed, and I take it every day, my stumag is mutch better after i started With chia seed. And I´m not so hungry than I used too bee
Nifty little seeds
Posted by Reviewer2184517 on Feb 25, 2009
Now, this is something new for me and I'm really enjoying putting them in smoothies, salad dressings, muffins, etc. I've made "raw" pudding with them, which turned out pretty well - just mix the seeds with almond (or whatever) milk and the chia seeds will make it thicken naturally - no heat! Lots of recipes on line for chia seed pudding.
4 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2745519 on Aug 25, 2008
Fiber and omega together plus no taste no problem taking it.