Are you aware of the health benefits of chia seeds? These small white or black seeds are packed with nutrients. Eating chia seeds is an easy way to get more protein, fiber, and nutrients. They also have omega-3 fatty acids, calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus – all essential for optimum health. In this post, we’re going to review six simple ways to add healthy chia seeds to your diet.
Since they don’t have a strong flavor, it’s easy to incorporate them into many recipes.
Try these tips to add more chia seeds to your meals.
Chia seeds are versatile. Experiment with them in cakes, muffins, and cookies. Mix them in the original batters or sprinkle them on top of the finished products. Try different versions to find the one you prefer.
Chia seeds work well in dairy and nondairy versions of puddings. Try blending almond milk with fruit, nuts, and chia seeds in a blender. Then, freeze the concoction until it is solid, or refrigerate it for a more fluid blend.
Chia seed water is an easy and fast way to add more nutrition to your diet.
If you’re interested in trying something new for breakfast, make chia seed cereal.
Whether you’re making a vegetarian stir fry or one with seafood and meat, chia seeds are a good addition.
Instead of breadcrumbs, consider using chia seeds to coat fish, meat, or other food.
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