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Get Healthy and Lose Weight the Easy Way, Adding Chia seeds – Part 3 of 5
I will make canada-goose outlet on sale up to you with a few extra Fact Sheets once I get back on track….okay a lot of Fact Sheets. It’s that important to me to help where ever I can with what I have learned and experienced.

Want to know reasons why it’s the one most promoted health canada-goose outlet on sale in the world? Then Listen Up… You will be surprised at the benefits of these little super seeds, and with just the use of 15 grams per day in your smoothie, veggie juice, on your salad, in your stew or meat or any cooking after it’s cooked, on your cereal, in your eggs/omelet, this little addition will start to show a difference with your weight in just a few weeks with just a little bit each day, but certainly a sure helping hand.

Here are 3 articles to get you started and show you 1. why they are fantastic, and 2. the many other benefits of putting just 15 grams per day in your foods.

Now it can seem repetitious but reading all of these articles will confirm all the resources have come to the same conclusion and it reiterates the reasons and importance of Chia so that you can think about them as you add them to your food regimen as this weeks addition to your healthy foods. I have highlighted the important stuff in each article :

Keep reading and keep adding the good stuff and I will be back soon!

When you’re buying chia, both the white and black seeds are good choices, but Coates warns to make sure you’re getting a good quality canada-goose outlet on sale by avoiding either red seeds (immature chia seeds), or black seeds that are smaller than regular chia seeds (weed seeds). They are available from many different health food stores and supermarkets or coming soon to

s has 18 per cent of the recommended daily intake for calcium, which puts your well on your way to maintaining bone and oral health, and preventing osteoporosis.

Don’t forget if you have kids start them off in a good healthy way too!

By Jen Hathwell is a registered dietitian and a Masters of Science in Nutrition

Chia seeds are native to South America and have been a staple in Mayan and Aztec diets for centuries. Today, they draw the interest of many people for their health benefits and uses in cooking. It turns out the South American staple is a rich source of nutrients and antioxidants.

The outer layer of chia seeds swells when mixed with liquids to form a gel. This can be used in place of eggs to lower cholesterol and increase the nutrient content of foods and baked goods. To make the egg replacement, mix 1 tablespoon of chia seeds with 3 tablespoons of water and let sit for 15 minutes.

A study published in the “British Journal of Nutrition” showed that chia seeds as a dietary fat source can lower triglycerides and cholesterol levels while increasing HDL or “good” cholesterol. The study also found that when substituting chia seeds for other fat sources, such as corn oil, the ALA was able to prevent high triglyceride levels and reduce central obesity.

Long ago, before the Spanish conquest of Latin America – and well before the Ch-ch-ch-chia Pet was born – chia seeds were a staple food, like corn and beans, in the diets of the Aztecs and Mayans. Chia actually got its name from the Mayan word for “strength.”

Most evidence shows that humans began using chia seeds around 3500 BC. Aztecs and Mayans consumed chia seeds regularly, grinding them into flour, pressing them for oil and drinking them mixed with water. At this time in history, chia seeds were considered to be almost magical because of their ability to increase stamina and energy over long periods of time.

The chia seeds are “super” because, like a superfruit, they deliver the maximum amount of nutrients with minimum calories. They have several of the same benefits as the more well-known “super seed” flax, but unlike flax seed, you don’t need to grind them to reap the health benefits. The nutritional benefits of chia include fiber, omega fatty acids, calcium, antioxidants and much more – even protein!

While the American Dietetic Association recommends 20 to 35 grams of fiber each day, unfortunately the average American only gets 12 to 15 grams. With nearly 11 grams of fiber per ounce, chia delivers 42% of your recommended daily value of fiber in a single15 gram serving. Fiber is vital for all aspects of health, and is especially key for weight loss and digestion.Fiber helps slow digestion and makes you feel fuller by soaking up fluid and expanding in your digestive tract.

Chia absorbs up to 12 times its own weight and expands to curb your appetite, so adding just an ounce or so of chia seeds to your diet can reduce caloric intake and help lower the energy density (or calories) of foods, plus double the amount of fiber you receive.

My favorite way to eat chia is as a snack or dessert in a weight-loss pudding. To make the pudding, simply mix 3 tbsp of ground chia seeds with a cup of your favorite juice – my favorite is pomegranate and berries with resveratrol, for an extra boost of antioxidants. Click here for the complete recipe.

Contributing to its super-seed status, ounce for ounce, chia seeds have more omega-3 fatty acids than salmon! Chia is one of the most concentrated sources of omega-3 in any food. It also contains high amounts of omega-6. Everyone needs to consume high amounts of these essential fatty acids in their diet, because these and regulate various processes of the body, but our bodies cannot make them internally.

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