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Chia Seeds contain a high amount of antioxidants which renders them highly stable, prolongs shelf life and enables their use in a variety of foods. In addition, chia seeds are high in fiber, and calcium and manganese, important minerals for bone density.
Chia Seed Oil contains an ideal blend of both omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids, which are helpful in supporting brain health. Regular use of Chia Seed Oil helps support cardiovascular health, joint flexibility, nourishes skin and hair, and helps support fat metabolism. Chia Seeds and Chia Oil are used in a variety of nutraceutical, cosmeceutical, and animal feed applications for their numerous health benefits.

Black Chia Seeds #1066
Chia Powder #1067, #1068, #1064
Chia Oil #1205

Foods and beverages, baked goods, nutritional products, supplements, confections, snacks and nutritional bars, trail mixes, dairy products, nutritional fiber, binders, fat reducers, egg replacers, drink mixes, meal replacements, thickening agents, flavor enhancement, natural colorant, flavorings, and extends freshness.

Antioxidants, anti-inflammatories due to overuse/exercise, anti-aging, supports healthy blood levels, boosts immune system, relies muscular aches from overuse and exercise, provides omega 3s (essential fatty acids), builds muscle tone, joint support.

Adds fiber, antioxidants, supports eye health, cardiovascular health, shiny coat, palatants, masking agents, feeding stimulants, odor inhibitors, anti-inflammatory, increasing omega 3’s (essential fatty acids).