Chia seeds are sources of fiber and unsaturated fatty acids, and in the stomach they become gelatinous protecting the carbohydrates of the digestive enzymes, thus delaying their absorption (limiting the peak blood sugar level).
Preparation: They can be eaten as is; they can also be grinded to incorporate in recipes or sprinkle them. After about 30 minutes in water or juice, the chia, like psyllium, forms a mucilage (viscous liquid). The seeds crack less under the teeth than when they are dry.
Pour 100g :
Energie : 450 kcal
Lipides : 31,4g
Glucides : 3,8 g
Fibres : 33,7 g
Protéines : 21,2g
Vitamines & Minéraux
Riche en : Vit E, B1, B3, Calcium, Phosphore, Magnésium, Fer, Cuivre
Source de : Alanium, Zinc
|Ingredients||Organic Chia Seeds|
|How to use||Sprinkle them on your salads, put in your sweet and savory dishes, in your yogurts or in a porridge at breakfast. They are slightly crunchy but have almost no taste. To thicken sauces, soups, smoothies.|