[GOURMET] Chia seeds for baking

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The seeds (shiny metallic black, but also white) are one of the varieties of the sage plant and are imported mainly from Mexico. Chia seeds are considered to be energy-efficient among professional and amateur athletes, children and the elderly and as the ultimate solution to omega-3 deficiency.

Culinary Uses:
Add whole chia seeds to the dishes, yogurt, cheese and other nutritious foods.

Other uses:
Chia seeds, rich in viscous substances and body-essential fatty acids and are rich in proteins, soluble dietary fiber, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. Chia seeds contain 6 times the calcium in milk is, according to the 6-iron in spinach 3 times zinc of broccoli.
A large part of the body's seed content is not absorbed into the blood, so the caloric intake of chia seeds is low.
Digestive system - the seeds produce mucus that softens the mucous epithelium of the digestive system and improves the movement of food.
Omega-3 Chia seeds are rich in omega-3, omega-3 intake reduces the risk of cancer and inflammation, maintains blood vessels and the cardiac system and improves mood. Therefore, it is important to incorporate Omega 3 in your daily diet.
To consume the amount of omega-3 recommended daily, eat about 3 teaspoons of ground chia seeds every day.

Directions:
2 teaspoons of seeds should be lightly crushed and added to cheese, omelets, salads, pasta or any portion - once a day.

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