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CHIA

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Comprehensive Health Impact Assessment (Medspeak-UK)

chia

(che'a) [Sp. chía, fr Nahuatl (Aztec) chian, oily]
A member of the sage family of grains, Salvia hispanica. It is a rich nutritional source of amino acids and alpha-linoleic acid and has been proposed as an appetite suppressant. Synonym: salba
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For instance, chia forms a gelatinous mass when you soak the seeds in water.
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Personnel for Chia were scouted with the use of a seed round that Cohen and Tradehill COO Ryan Singer raised.
Chia seeds contain a type of soluble fiber called mucilage, which supports digestive health by delaying the rate at which the stomach empties.
The addition to bakery products of soybean and pseudocereals--non-grasses used in much the same way as cereals are, for example buckwheat, chia and amaranth--provide novel nutritional benefits to consumers.
Raspberry ripple chia pudding Serves 2 Ingredients 50g white chia seeds 200ml coconut drinking milk 1 nectarine or peach, cut into slices 2 tbsp goji berries For the raspberry puree 100g raspberries 1 tsp lemon juice 2 tsp maple syrup Method 1.
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Each Curate snack starts with hand-selected food ingredients like Mission figs, Marcona almonds, balsamic vinegar, quinoa, chia seeds and elderberry.