iHerb Customer Reviews
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Good price and easy source of Omega 3
Posted by Krisinsight on Mar 28, 2009
Chia is a good vegetarian source of Omega 3. Mix with water and eat like a jello.
Posted by Reviewer1820075 on Mar 15, 2009
No more constipation. I take 2 TBS dry and then drink a glass of water. Flax seed didn't work for me but this does the job.
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Posted by Reviewer2909250 on Mar 05, 2009
I am happy with this product as feel it will help my health since I have Diabetes 2.
I "heart" chia seeds.
Posted by Reviewer2674650 on Feb 26, 2009
My friends make fun of my enthusiasm for the chia seed. But just google it. Read about it. Then try it. They're tasty, and nutritious. They are really special. Put them on cereal, mix them with yogurt, ground them and put them in bread dough, or just eat them plain. You can even "drink" them in water - they swell up with a clear gel that make the water more filling.
Posted by Reviewer1462022 on Feb 23, 2009
Keeps me full & with the higest level of Omega-3
Best Deal For Chia
Posted by Reviewer1850322 on Feb 09, 2009
For the price this is the best deal for Chia. Just as good as the Greens+ that sells for around a dollar more but you get more Chia with this brand.
Nature's Answer Chia Seed
Posted by Reviewer1616145 on Jan 15, 2009
We love them! I sometimes grind them up in a coffee grinder before adding them to a smoothie - it's smoother. I also add it to the dog's food I make from scratch.
Super Deal on a Superfood
Posted by Reviewer2257340 on Jan 08, 2009
I use these in a "raw" cookie/truffle I make. Soaked in melted coconut oil with cacao nibs, the truffle includes bee pollen, sesame seeds, a variety of raw nuts and seeds, coconut, peanut butter, wheat germ, a little gingered honey, and sometimes molasses. Mmmmm...
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Posted by Reviewer2437600 on Dec 05, 2008
I was hesistant to begin taking chia seeds, but read that it helps people who suffer from IBS with their fiber intake. I now take it every day and have felt much better.