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Food to Live: Eat Well and Be Healthy

Food to Live is a company committed to making people healthier by providing them with delicious, healthy food. We established this business with a purpose of making a change that would take our world one step closer to being a better place for us and our children.

Food to Live delivers a variety of natural, organic and raw foods that can enable anyone to develop healthy eating habits. All our products can be included into a vegan diet.

Food To Live Chia Seeds: Delicious, Low-Calorie

Chia seeds are becoming an extremely popular superfood and with good reason. They are extremely nutritious and generally great for you. Food To Live Chia Seeds are grown, harvested, and processed using the safest and most efficient practices to provide their high quality.

Chia Seeds from Food To Live are a food your whole family can enjoy. This product can be included in a variety of recipes and it will make any dish better due to its high nutritional value.


Where Do Chia Seeds Come From?

Chia seeds come from a plant that actually belongs to the mint family.

Chia seeds are used widely in cuisine, both whole and ground into flour. People have also found quite a few applications for chia seed oil, although it has yet to gain the popularity it deserves.

One of the least traditional but nonetheless great uses of chia seeds is making ‘chia pets’. Those are small clay figurines with seeds glued to some parts of their bodies. When watered, seeds germinate fast and tiny chia seed plants start to grow, creating green ‘fur’ on the figure. The thing is a great fun and over 500,000 of them are sold in the US every year. Sprouted chia seeds are nutritious and can be used in salads, smoothies, and sandwiches.


What Is the Difference Between White and Black Chia Seeds?

Chia seeds usually come in two types, black and white. Some people might claim that white chia seeds are less nutritious or otherwise, but the truth is that there is no difference between them. Of course, some minor discrepancies in nutritional value are present, but they are so minimal they can be overlooked.


Are Chia Seeds Good For You?

Chia seeds are great for you. They can fit into any diet because they are nutritious but have a low level of fats. They are a reasonably low-calorie grain, which makes them perfect for weight management plans.

You can’t ‘overdose’ on chia seeds, but it’s important to consume all foods in moderation. Generally, it’s best to eat a few spoonfuls of seeds a day. Consider your meal plan and think of how much of this food will benefit it most.

Are Chia Seeds Gluten-Free?

Chia seeds don’t contain any gluten. Chia seed flour and powder are often used in gluten-free flour mixes as they are great for baking. The high nutritional value of this food makes it a good addition to any recipe.


Chia Seeds: Protein Source for Vegans

A single ounce of chia seeds contains almost 4.5 gram of protein. In fact, the seeds are better in this role than most cereals, so bodybuilders, vegans, and other people who want to boost their protein intake can consider switching their morning cereal for chia seeds or at least adding a few spoonfuls of them to the bowl.

Vegans can appreciate raw chia seeds not only for protein but also for their high content of calcium. This mineral is hard to come by in most diets, so even meat-eaters can benefit from a chia snack.

There is a lot of talk about the benefits of eating chia seeds for weight management. The chia seeds calories count is relatively low and they contain a lot of fiber and protein. This means that the seeds help you feel satiated without overburdening your meal plan with excess calories. Therefore, they can be incorporated into a well-balanced weight management meal plan.


Chia Seeds: Nutrition Data

To say that chia seeds nutrition value is high is a gross understatement. It’s so high, the seeds made it to the superfoods list. Note that it’s considering the fact that they don’t really have any vitamins. However, they definitely make up for this in the large doses of essential minerals.

Dried chia seeds give you varied quantities of:

  • Calcium
  • Phosphorus
  • Potassium
  • Copper
  • Zinc
  • Manganese
An ounce of chia seeds contains about 130 calories, and half of them come from carbs and protein. This food is extremely good for digestion and can be included in weight management plans. Note that chia seeds don’t contain sugar.


What to Do with Chia Seeds?

Chia seeds are a fantastic culinary ingredient that you can enjoy in many ways. The easiest and one of the most popular ways is to add them to your smoothie.

You can eat chia seeds raw. In fact, there is no need to cook them at all, so making a chia seed pudding is the best way to enjoy them. To do this, take ¼ cup of seeds and mix them with 1 cup of any liquid. Leave for 15-30 minutes for the seeds to ‘gel out’ and the gel to set. You can use nut milk, juice, or any other drink to give your chia pudding some flavor.

Other popular chia seeds recipes include salads, cereal, and stir-fries. You can either mix chia seeds with different grains and seeds when cooking or use them on their own.

Don’t forget about using chia seeds in baking. You can add them to the dough or use chia seed flour mixing it with other types of flour. These seeds also go well as topping for breads and buns.

Due to their special gel, soaked chia seeds are a great ‘thickener’ for gravies, sauces, and soups.

Do Chia Seeds Have Omega 3?

Chia seeds contain a large amount of omega 3 essential fatty acids. An ounce of chia seeds contains almost 5000 mg omega 3 fatty acids as well as 1620 mg omega 6.


Do Chia Seeds Have Caffeine?

Chia seeds do not contain caffeine as such. However, their mildly-stimulating effects are well known.

Unlike caffeine and other similar stimulants, chia seeds provide you with a boost of ‘good’ energy that comes from nutrients. The effect may not be as potent as that of a cup of espresso in the morning, but it’s revitalizing enough to be noticed when you use a chia smoothie as a midday ‘pick me up’.


How to Store Chia Seeds

Chia Seeds from Food to Live are a premium-quality product that can last for years if stored correctly. Whole seeds can keep for up to 4 years, but you must understand that milled chia seeds aren’t as long-lasting. The meal will expire within a month max and chia seed gel is only good for 2 hours.

Storing all these products in the fridge will extend their shelf life greatly. The seeds can last there for 5 years or more and the meal for a year if you provide it’s perfectly dry before refrigerating the product. It’s said that chia seed gel can last for over 2 weeks in the fridge. However, it loses a lot of its nutritional benefits so it’s really best to eat it fresh.

To maximize the shelf life of your Food To Live Chia Seeds keep them in an airtight container. If you buy chia seeds bulk, you’ll need to be careful when handling them as you must prevent moisture getting to the product when you reopen the container.

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Healthy Snacks for Everyone

At Food to Live, we offer a wide range of products that aims to meet every person’s needs and tastes. Some of our product lines are dedicated to raw foods that can replace unhealthy junk food we are so used to snacking on in the middle of the day.

With our delicious raw nuts and seeds, as well as dried fruits, you can turn your quick snack into a real power boost that will charge you with essential nutrients. It will help you get into a good mood as not only are these things delicious.

Delicious amp; Nutritious Seeds, Legumes, and Spices

Food to Live caters to everyone who wants to add healthy products to any of their meals. Whether you are a vegan, vegetarian, or an omnivore, our seeds and legumes would fit right into your daily menu.

The wide selection of Food to Live spices would help you add some flavor to any dish. Experiment with them to promote the growth and development of your culinary talent.

Superfoods for the Extra Healthy Boost

More and more people in America discover the benefits of superfoods, which are both delicious and extremely good for you. Food to Live offers a selection of these products that you can incorporate into your diet easily.

Whether you are seeking an extra boost of protein from hemp seeds or fiber and omega fatty acids from chia seeds, we have it all. We understand that weight management is currently a major problem in America and offer products that would help you gain control over your body shape.

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