We have combined chia seeds with Oregon grown Blueberries, California cherries and Cranberries. We’ve also added Black Sesame Oil (more than 60% omega-3 fatty acid), honey and a dash of Royal Himalayan Pink Crystal Salt.
The Native Americans of the Southwest would eat only chia seed mixed with water as they ran from the Colorado River to the Pacific Ocean to trade products. Its high energy to weight ratio makes it a favorite choice of long distance runners and other athlete.
Chia seeds are the richest whole food source of Omega 3 fatty acids and fiber found in nature. Every serving (12 grams or approximately 2 flat tablespoons) of chia provides over 2.7 grams of Omega 3s, 4.1 grams of dietary fiber, with less than 0.5 net carbohydrates per serving.
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