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  1. photo Chia seeds contain 7.5 times the omega-3 content of salmon, as well as the highest protein content of any edible seedChia seeds contain 7.5 times the omega-3 content of salmon, as well as the highest protein content of any edible seedNews
    A close relative of sage, chia (Salvia hispanica) has long been a major food crop of indigenous peoples from modern-day Mexico up through the modern U.S. Southwest. On long-distance runs, someRead more
  2. photo Chia Seed ResearchChia Seed ResearchArticle
    Salvia hispanica isn’t exactly a household name. But when it’s referred to as “chia seeds”, the recognition factor increases substantially. In prior decades, that coupling of words would bringRead more
  3. photo Best Of Chia SeedsBest Of Chia SeedsTreatment
    Salvia hispanica isn’t exactly a household name. But when it’sreferred to as “chia seeds”, the recognition factor increasessubstantially. In prior decades, that coupling of words would bring tomindRead more
  4. photo Suco de chia – Emagreça e fortaleça a saúdeSuco de chia – Emagreça e fortaleça a saúdeArticle
    : o suco de chia. Antes de mergulharmos no passo a passo para fazer a bebida vamos conhecer um pouco sobre a chia. A Salvia hispânica, também conhecida como sementes de chia, é um vegetal nativo da GuatemalaRead more
  5. photo Why You Should Eat Chia Seeds & How To Make Energy Chia DrinkWhy You Should Eat Chia Seeds & How To Make Energy Chia DrinkTreatment
    Salvia hispanica, commonly known as Chia, is a blooming plant that belongs to the family Lamiaceae ( mint ). It is believed to have originated in southern Mexico and Central AmericaRead more
  6. photo How (and Why!) to Use Chia Seeds in Your Favorite RecipesHow (and Why!) to Use Chia Seeds in Your Favorite RecipesArticle
    start using them, it’s interesting to take a look at what exactly chia seeds are. Chia seeds are the seed of salvia hispanica, a plant related to both sage and mint. Chia is native to southern MexicoRead more
  7. photo “Magical Seeds” That Treat Colon Cancer! They Do Wonders Inside Our Organism!“Magical Seeds” That Treat Colon Cancer! They Do Wonders Inside Our Organism!Treatment
    , they have been even used as a currency. These seeds (Salvia Hispanica) are abundant in omega fats, proteins, antioxidants and dietary fiber. Their mild aroma is similar to the one from the walnut. These seedsRead more
  8. photo Semillas de chía – Propiedades, usos y beneficiosSemillas de chía – Propiedades, usos y beneficiosTreatment
    La chía, o salvia hispanica, es una semilla muy nutritiva de la familia de la menta. Esta planta es nativa de México y Guatemala pero hoy día se produce en grandes cantidades en Perú. La chíaRead more
  9. Semente de CHIATreatment
      Nome Botânico: Salvia Hispânica. A Semente de Chia é um alimento de origem Maia, antioxidante, rico em Omega 3, cálcio, potássio, ferro e fibras. O significado de Chia é "ForçaRead more
  10. photo Alerta: Consumo de "Sementes de Chia" pode Causar a Morte Através de Oclusão IntestinalAlerta: Consumo de "Sementes de Chia" pode Causar a Morte Através de Oclusão IntestinalNews
    A nova moda alimentar para pessoas que buscam emagrecimento e benefícios de saúde é o consumo das sementes de chia (Salvia hispanica). Com propriedades nutritivas, possuindo cálcio, ômega 3Read more

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Salvia hispanica

Salvia hispanica, commonly known as chia, is a species of flowering plant in the mint family, Lamiaceae, native to central and southern Mexico and Guatemala. The 16th-century Codex Mendoza provides evidence that it was cultivated by the Aztec in pre-Columbian times; economic historians have suggested it was as important as maize as a food crop. Ground or whole chia seeds are still used in...More