Chia’s reputation as a high energy endurance food goes back to the ancient Aztecs. This super food, with its nutlike flavour, has an impressive nutritional payload that belies its tiny stature. Chia is known to be high in dietary fibre and a good source of essential fatty acids. It’s so easy to use — simply add to your breakfast cereal, sprinkle over salad, use in baking or blend into smoothies and juices for a nutritious drink.
Ground Chia 300g
|Average||Per Serve||per 100g|
|Fat, Total (g)||3.2||32.0|
|Fat, Saturated (g)||0.3||2.5|
|Dietary Fibre (g)||3.5||35.0|
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