I know, you have just replayed in your head the song from a commercial from years ago that used to advertise the chia plant. The ad featured planters usually shaped like heads or piglets full of little holes, which, when watered, began to grow out the famous plant. While it used to be a big hit for the novice gardener, who could enjoy the thrill of watching something grow at the window sill, it turns out the cha-cha-cha chia has a lot more value to it than just sitting at the window all day.
The chia seed contains the majority of our daily essential nutrients, packed with protein, omega-3 fatty acids, fiber, vitamins, antioxidants, and minerals. It is food that is safe for diabetics and those who suffer from gluten allergies. Some of the benefits of introducing chia seeds in your diet are:
While this is just a small seed, it is strong enough to curb your craving if you are willing to try it. Why not sprinkle some on your cereal in the morning or add it to your smoothie and watch it work? You may be pleasantly surprised by its useful effects.