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Affordable Nutrition: One T. of chia seeds makes NINE T. of chia gel
Reviewed in the United States on May 14, 2018
Anthony's Chia Seeds are clean and really fresh.
I love to make CHIA GEL with these seeds.
"Chia gel is whole chia seeds soaked in a liquid, usually purified water. Chia gel is even more easily digested and absorbed by the body than just eating dry chia seeds. It helps the body to capitalize on chia’s amazingly balanced ratios of macronutrients and creates a rapid transport of nutrients to the tissues for use by the cells." (taken from the
blog, Eating With Purpose dot com)
Read more there, and by doing your own internet research on Chia Gel.
I also add Chia Seeds to the entire container of Coconut Cream (Aroy-D brand), which i just whip and refrigerate to make my own 'pudding'. (i put it into one cup servings, and
then freeze the ones i won't be eating just yet. i keep out one cup for the day i will
be eating it.to keep the coconut cream from going off.)
I also add Chia Seeds to Kefir, Whey, and other liquids, including
Gynostemma Tea (Imortalitea brand).
And then add those liquids to a smoothie or other meal, or enjoy on their own.
***One tablespoon of Chia Seeds makes NINE tablespoons of Chia Gel. this makes eating Chia in your daily diet even more affordable than just eating dry/ground seeds.
Also, just eating the dry seeds causes the dry seeds to soak up moisture from
your body, thus causing a drying effect/dehydration.