- Chia -

Chia Benefits

It provides energy, increases strength and endurance

For its high protein content and the combination of vitamins and minerals help to have energy in our daily activities

It helps build and regenerate muscle and tissue

By the combination of protein and amino acids. It is an ideal food for athletes and children during growth

Regulates sugar levels

If chia is added to food, it can help avoid variations regulate blood sugar and thus insulin. Retards the process by which digestive enzymes break down carbohydrates and convert them into sugar. By balancing blood sugar, we not only reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes, also guarantee a constant energy throughout the day.

Helps lose weight

Seeds and their unique gelling action, give the feeling of satiety for hours. In addition to its high content of omega-3 cholesterol and low levels of saturated fat and high in fiber helps transport nutrients to the body helping to boost metabolism thereby eliminating fats and thus excess body volume.

Aids digestion and cleanse the body

Soluble fiber and gel coating seed keep the colon hydrated and ensure easy movement of food and consequently bowel regularity.

It helps prevent premature skin aging

It keeps skin firm and elastic: Because of the high concentration of antioxidants and micronutrients improves skin appearance.

Chia Properties

Chia provides the body:

• Fatty acids, Omega 3 and Omega 6 (seven times more omega-3 than salmon)
• Proteins (twice more than any seed)
• Calcium (five times more calcium than whole milk)
• Phosphorus (8 times more than whole milk)

Chia provides the body:

• Boro (mineral that helps to fix the calcium from the bones)
• Potassium (twice the amount of potassium in bananas)
• Iron (three times more iron than spinach)
• Aantioxidantes (three times more antioxidants than blueberries)
• Oligoelementostales as magnesium, manganese, copper, zinc and vitamins such as niacin and other

Chia provides the body:

• Magnesium. (14 times more than broccoli)
• Source of fiber. Most of the carbohydrate component of chia seed is fiber. Chia seeds contain 11 grams of fiber 1 ounce of chia. More fiber than oats
• Amino acids essential, which are not produced by the human body, so they must be consumed in foods or nutritional supplements
• Source of Minerals and Vitamins of Group B