Chia Seeds

chia seeds
16 oz Chia Seeds
$18 + S/H

Chia seeds are rich in broad spectrum proteins, fiber and Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs) for rapid tissue regeneration and strength building.

Chia is a powerful colon cleanser. It’s hair-like fibers mechanically break down calcium phosphate biofilms where nano-bacteria, parasites, chemicals, metals and mutagenic (pre-cancerous) tissue accumulate.

Chia is also one of the richest sources of Omega-3 fatty acids and powerfully supports oxygen transport and cellular oxygen uptake/retention. This boosts mood and gives a sense of continual, mild bliss, full hydration and accelerated thinking, clarity and creativity.

Chia fiber is one of the most powerful health technologies, as these fiber complexes coat and lubricate blood and lymph fluid passages. This accelerates fluid interchange and amplifies health benefits of dilator-based foods like Chocolate Bliss and Fiesta Molé.

Chia is neutral in flavor and great with Hemp and Coconut for Tapioca-like desserts, pilafs and nut loafs (even better than as a Chia Head!).

Chia Seed Ingredients

Black Chia Seeds

About the Ingredients
All ingredients are raw. Grown without chemicals or pesticides.

 

Learn More About Chia
With this 4 minute Audio From Our Superfood Tasting Night

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This includes my special hint on how to make chia pudding without
any chunky globs and ideas for other yummy creations you can make with your chia gel.

Nutrition Label

Serving Size: 1 Tbsp (12g)
Servings per Container: 57

 
Amount per serving
% DV*
Calories
60
Calories from Fat
25
Total Fat
3g
5%
  Saturated Fat
0g
0%
  Trans Fat
0g
  Polyunsaturated Fat
2.5g
0%
  Monounsaturated Fat
0g
0%
Cholesterol
0mg
0%
Sodium
0mg
0%
Potassium
60 mg
0%
Total Carbohydrate
5g
2%
  Dietary Fiber
5g
20%
  Sugars
0g
Protein
3g
Vitamin A
0%
Vitamin C
0%
Calcium
8%
Iron
6%
Magnesium
10%

* Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs

Recipes Using Chia Seeds

Chia is best used soaked so that the gelatinous fiber can soothe the digestive tract. Add Chia gel to anything, including adding it to salad dressings to cut down on fat, breakfast cereals and soups.


Chia Gel

 

Chia Gel

Chia seeds can soak up to 12 times their weight in water, so eating them dry can potentially leave you dehydrated and with chia seeds stuck in your teeth.

A better option is to create a chia gel that you can then add to smoothies, salad dressings, soups, dips, cereals, puddings or any food you desire to upgrade with added nutrition.

The basic formula is
1/3 Cup Chia Seeds to 2 Cups Water
(or other liquid)

Stir the chia seeds into the liquid well, stir again in about 10 minutes. The longer the chia seeds sit in the liquid, the more gelatenous they will be.

Store your Chia Gel in the refrigerator for 1-2 weeks.

 


Chia Pudding

 

Creamy Chia Pudding

This creamy chia pudding is our favorite. It makes a tasty dessert, or cut back on the sweetener for an excellent breakfast porridge (healthier than oatmeal).

Creamy Chia Pudding Recipe

 

 


Levitation Lemonade

Levitation Lemonade

My friend Courtney Clay came up with this super hydrating, nourishing, yummy tasting lemonade that’s quick to make and easy to customize to your desired tastes and nutrient requirements.  She calls it Levitation Lemonade.  I didn’t ask her why – I was too busy levitating.

This lemonade has been a life saver for us in the over 100 degree heat we get during Texas summers, after workouts, after sweating at my favorite Korean spa, and especially when we were camping and hiking at high altitudes in Colorado this summer.

When you’re ready to re-hydrate, keep cool, and support your body’s natural inclination to levitation, this customizable recipe will be your best friend.

Levitation Lemonade Recipe

 

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