Chia Seed Oil 2000mg.
Source of Omega 3-6-9 Nutrition.
Supports Heart Health and Immune System.
Control Appetite, Support Strong Bones,
May Help You Sleep, Moisturize The Skin
(6 Bottles, 360 Softgels)
Made In USA
What Is Chia Seed?
Health awareness is increasing everywhere and so is the demand for healthy foods. Arguably, prepackaged and processed food unnecessarily pollute the can-be-simple process of providing our bodies with nutrition. In response, many people look to whole, raw foods that have traditional appreciation. If you wish to avoid lab-experiment food, then just ask yourself, what did people eat before they started eating attractively packaged baked goo made from test tube ingredients?That’s a question with many answers, and one such answer is chia seeds. Chia seeds are a traditional food in central and south America and, yes, these are the same seeds known for the association with the Chia Pet. But more than an answer to ceramic statue baldness, chia seeds are very nutritious and loaded with omega 3 and 6 fatty acids. Chia seeds come from the chia plant, which is native to Mexico and Guatemala. The scientific names of the plant are salvia hispanica and salvia columbariae. They both belong to the mint family (Lamiaceae). Chia seeds look similar to sesame seeds. They are very small and dark. This plant has been known to humans for a long time. The chia plant had been cultivated by the Aztecs, Mayans, Incans and other tribes for a long time. It was a staple food for them and historians considered it an important plant and food source for Native Americans. With the fall of the Aztecs and the general decline in the native population in the North American region, the use of chia seeds also declined.
Chia Seed Benefits:
- Chia seeds come from the desert plant Salvia hispanica, a member of the mint family
- 1 tablespoon of chia seeds contains 5 grams of fiber, 3 grams of protein, 2282 mg of Omega 3 and 752 mg of Omega 6 fatty acids (This makes them a really great source of both fiber and Omegas)
- A significant concentration of fiber combined with their ability to absorb 10 times their weight in water also makes chia seeds excellent for maintaining regularity and also contributing to satiety
- Contain iron, calcium, magnesium and zinc
- Emerging research suggests that including chia seeds as part of a healthy diet may help improve cardiovascular risk factors such as lowering cholesterol, triglycerides and blood pressure
Chia seeds contain 11 grams of fiber per ounce—that’s 42 percent of your recommended daily value in just one serving! How it works: Chia expands in your gut, curbing your appetite. Add to a breakfast smoothie or yogurt to feel fuller longer. Recommends stirring two tablespoons of chia seeds into a glass of water to ward off afternoon cravings. The good amount of fiber (both soluble and insoluble) in chia seeds helps regulate bowel functions and improve the digestion process. The insoluble fiber helps food move smoothly through the digestive system. The soluble fiber keeps the colon hydrated and ensures easy digestion.Chia seeds can be eaten alone or added to smoothies, protein shakes, yogurt, cereal, salads, and so on. They have a very mild flavor that is slightly nutty but mostly neutral. When they’re hydrated or mixed with water they form a clear gel consistency. Some people are a little skeptical at first but relax, the flavor is benign, almost tasteless. Nutritionally, then again, chia seeds and chia gel is rich in protein and amino acids.When I used to be in school, it was the norm for the swim team to ingest massive amounts of pasta a day or two before a big competition to “carb up.” It’s common for marathon runners and cyclists to do the same thing. The idea is that “carb loading” will increase the amount of glycogen (energy) in your muscles. Obviously if you’ve got a big competition or strenuous event, you wish to have to make sure your gas tank is full. But, pasta is heavy in carbs and sugars, is loading up on that stuff the only way to have enough available energy? The essential fatty acids contained in Chia seeds helps to boost metabolism. The seeds are sometimes added to food to provide bulk and nutrients Whilst adding very few calories. For these reasons, Chia useful in weight loss and weight maintenance.
According to research performed at the Human Performance Laboratory at The University of Alabama, a better option may exist and that option may be chia seeds. Researchers determined that using chia seeds to load up on omega 3 fatty acids gave the look to be a viable substitute for fueling performance during endurance events. Extra bonus? No sugar. Arthritis pain and inflammation can be reduce by eating chia seeds. The high concentration of omega-3 helps to lubricate joints and keep them supple. Additionally, Omega-3s are converted into prostaglandins which are known to have both pain relieving and anti-inflammatory effects. Omega 3 fatty acids are one of the crucial powerful anti-inflammatory compounds in nature, as well as being great for the brain. Did you know that Chia seeds contain even more omega three fatty acids by weight than salmon does? These tiny seeds are also a complete protein, meaning that they contain all 8 essential amino acids that your body cannot synthesize on its own, and must get from food.Don’t want to feel like taking an afternoon nap? Your energy levels have a lot to do with what you eat. Chia is one of nature’s highest plant-based sources of complete protein. Usually protein from items like peanut butter and some beans are incomplete, meaning you have to combine them with other foods to get the full benefit. Not Chia though, it’s protein is complete to raise your energy levels. The combination of complete protein, vitamins, minerals and blood-sugar balancing gel all work together to make sure you have steady, never jittery energy.
Health Benefits of Chia Seeds For Dogs:
Every supplement we sell at The Dog House has been carefully chosen to ensure optimal health for your dog, which is why we’ve included private label chia seeds to our selection of natural health products. They are filled with an amazing amount of beneficial vitamins and proteins, and are a safe, easy way to boost your dog’s energy, endurance, and overall health.Chia seeds have some incredible effects on health, both for humans and animals. Though they appear small and unassuming, these seeds contain large quantities of protein, five times the calcium of milk, boron (a trace mineral that aids in the absorption of calcium into the bones), Omega oils 3 and 6, and can help regulate blood sugar levels and aid in maintaining a healthy weight. The seeds of chia plants can help maintain healthy cholesterol levels and blood pressure, and reduce risk of heart disease. Every ingredient that makes its way into one of our recipes has been carefully chosen to ensure optimal health benefits for your dog which is why we have selected Chia seeds as one of our top supplements. These tiny seeds are packed with an amazing amount of beneficial vitamins and proteins, and are a safe, easy way to help boost your dog’s energy, endurance, and overall health.
What’s more, there are no known allergies to chia seeds, and seeds can easily be stored for long periods of time without becoming rancid, making them favorable over even the amazing flax seed. These seeds have no discernible odor and almost no taste, which means They may be able to be added to your dog’s meals without altering the carefully balanced flavors that he’s come to love so much. Chia seeds are an nprocessed, whole-grain food that can be absorbed by the body as seeds (unlike flaxseeds). One ounce (about 2 tablespoons) contains 139 calories, 4 grams of protein, 9 grams fat, 12 grams carbohydrates and 11 grams of fiber, plus vitamins and minerals. Whilst they appear small and unassuming, these seeds contain large quantities of protein, five times the calcium of milk, boron (a trace mineral that aids in the absorption of calcium into the bones), and essential Omega oils 3 and 6. They may be able to also help regulate blood sugar levels and aid in maintaining a healthy weight.
The variety of ways chia seeds can be used is also quite impressive, not to mention convenient. Seeds can be ground, eaten raw, or added to water, which will cause the seeds to produce a thick mucilage, known as chia seed gel. This gel helps clean out intestines and slows digestion, allowing your dog’s body to absorb more of the incredible nutrients that chia seeds provide. Chia is no fleeting trend or fly-by-night “super-food” – the amazing effects of chia seeds are real, and your dog can benefit by eating them everyday. You’ll be able to find this and other essential “boosters” in all of our recipes. All of our signature recipe organic dog treats contain this beneficial ingredient. Select your favorite flavor and begin the journey to healthier snacking today! This is no fleeting trend or media-touted “super-food” – the fantastic effects of chia seeds are real, and your dog can benefit by eating them everyday.
Chia Oil (Salvia hispanica) (seed) 1,000 mg
Alpha Linolenic Acid 630 mg
Linoleic Acid 210 mg
Oleic Acid 72 mg
Other Ingredients: Gelatin, Vegetable Glycerin, Natural Caramel Color.
Shell Ingredients: Gelatin, Vegetable Glycerin, NaturalCaramel Color, Puri ed Water. (Total = 440mg).
No Arti cial Flavor or Sweetener, No Preservatives,No Sugar, No Starch, No Milk, No Lactose, No Soy, No Gluten, No Wheat, No Yeast, No Fish, Sodium Free.
SUGGESTED USE: For adults, take one (1) softgel two times daily, preferably with a meal.
CAUTION: Do not exceed recommended dose. Pregnant or nursing mothers, children under the age of 18, and individuals with a known medical condition should consult a physician before using this or any dietary supplement.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.