The chia, also known as Salvia hispanica, is one of the plant species that has the greatest variety of nutrients that contribute to increasing our well-being. As a nutritional supplement, the seeds are used and can be considered “holy hand” because they make us feel better.
Chia seeds are all the rage. A large part of the “celebrities” talk about them, from New York to Los Angeles, through London and lately also in Spain. However, what makes chia seeds so important in our diet and so healthy?
Chia seeds are considered as a superfood because they do not contain gluten and do contain essential fatty acids, such as omega 3, antioxidants, fiber, iron, calcium, potassium and protein. Specifically, the chia seeds contain: