Chia Seeds & B Vitamins, how these help your body?
Chia seeds are tiny black seeds that come from the family of sage. They are seeds of a flowering plant Salvia Hispanica and are native to southern and central mexico. These tiny seeds can change your life. Chia seeds can literally be added on top of any food. You can make milkshakes, smoothies, top them on salad, or make my absolute favorite chia pudding.
Chia puddings are best for breakfast. A spoonful of chia seeds soaked and drank along with water can help you live a healthy life. Add them in your lemonades, fresh juices, oatmeals, granola bowls or simple sprinkle them over fresh fruits, the possibilities are endless!
Little did we know these wonderful seeds are packed with a great amount of nutrients. Chia seeds are rich in vitamins and minerals and other vital nutrients. They help you manage weight and also help in weight loss. These look slightly like basil seeds but are different in nature.
Chia seeds are highly nutritious and have a massive amount of calcium and magnesium. Vitamin B2 and vitamin B12 are found in chia seeds. These vitamins are great for hair and skin. And let's be honest, who doesn't want good skin and pretty hair?
Chia seeds also contain niacin and thiamin which are b vitamins and are great for health. These vitamins from chia seeds are a big contributor to overall functioning of the body. They aid good digestion, support healthy appetite and increase energy levels.
Besides this, chia seeds are also rich in omega-3 fatty acids that raise good cholesterol levels in your body thereby reducing the risk of heart attack and stroke. If you are vegan or follow a plant based diet, you can consume chia seeds for the calcium in it.
To conclude, I would like to tell you that these tiny little black seeds are packed with goodness of so many essential nutrients and incorporating these in your diet is super easy too!
Soak 2 tbsp chia seeds in ½ cup water overnight. In the morning, blend these with milk, add them in juice or lemonade, or simply add them in a glass of water.
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