Chia Seeds: REVERSE Depression, Reduce Blood Sugar Spikes, Fight Cancer & Boost Energy


Chia has been around for thousands of years. Chia seeds were a staple of the ancient Aztec diet, and they are now grown commercially in Argentina, Bolivia, Ecuador, Guatemala, and Mexico. Chia seeds are becoming increasingly common as a source of fiber, omega-3’s, and various other health benefits.

Health Benefits Of Eating Chia Seeds More

Healthy Bones
Gram for gram, chia seeds have more calcium than most dairy products providing 18% of the Recommended Dietary Allowance for adults in a single ounce! As well as being high in several nutrients important for bone health, including calcium, phosphorus, magnesium and protein.

Reverse Depression
Study found that person who consumed more ALA than those who did not had fewer symptoms of depression. Surprisingly, the person who consumed omega-3 from fish did have symptoms of depression. This means that it’s ALA, not other kinds of omega-3s, that aid in reducing depressive symptoms.

Fight Cancer
Chia seeds are rich in alpha lineic acid (or ALA) which is an Omega-3 fatty acid. It is found that ALA limited the growth of cancer cells in both breast and cervical cancers.

Aids in Digestion
Chia seeds are enriched with fiber. Every 100 gram will give you close to 40g of dietary fiber. Fiber is an excellent agent for digestion and helps keep bowel-related ailments (like constipation) away. Fiber also helps in relieving from bowel inflammation, irritability and helps in regulating cholesterol levels as well.

Boost Energy
Chia seeds are known to increase the energy production in the body. The energy produced by these seeds lasts longer allowing one to perform day-to-day tasks without getting tired and stressed.

Weight Loss
It is commonly believed that Chia Seeds can help weight loss, due to the high level of fiber. The fiber absorbs large amounts of water and expands in the stomach, which helps slow the absorption of food.

Blood Sugar Regulation
Chia seeds can play an important role in regulating insulin levels. They can reduce insulin resistance and decrease abnormally high levels of insulin in the blood.

The anti-inflammatory properties of chia seeds are beneficial for arthritic patients. It has been found to be effective in reducing the pain and inflammation, associated with the condition.



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Phyllis Bentley
I have 12 years’ experience in the medical industry. As a freelance writer, I have written a number of articles which have been published in highly read publications. I have a strong knowledge base in a range of medical and wellness topics and in the business of health care.
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