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Make room for healthy fats with Chukde Healthy Bytes Chia Seeds, and make a lifestyle change.
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Chia seeds come from a desert plant of the mint family. It's believed to have originated in Central America from the ancient Aztec civilization.
Chia seeds have a mild, nutty flavor that goes well with all kinds of dishes.
Chia seeds, when soaked in water become gelatinous in texture, making it easy to mix them into drinks, smoothies, and cereals. They can also be eaten raw or sprinkled ground or whole on salads, and vegetables. Chia Pudding is a popular healthy dessert made with this superfood.
Good for Digestion - Due to the high fibre content Chia Seeds aid digestion, and also promote weight loss. Good for Heart - Chia Seeds are a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids that can decrease the risk of disorders that can lead to heart conditions like strokes or cardiac arrests. Rich in Antioxidants - Chia Seeds are high in antioxidants that fight the free radicals in the body that contribute to aging as well as diseases like cancer.
We get all our spices from the most authentic sources, working closely with local farms and following ethical practices.
Our spices go through 27 chemical and microbial tests before entering the processing unit.
All the chosen spices then go under a 7-day fumigation process to further get rid of any unwanted substances.
The spices are further cleaned and sorted with state-of-the-art machinery which includes Clean O Grader, De Stoner, Gravity Separator, Rare Earth Magnets, and Color Sorter.
We go a step further in our safety measures and clean and sort the spices manually, picking what the machines might have missed.
All our spices pass through ETO Sterilization Plant which controls the microbial load in the spices before packing them.
We then pack and seal the freshness and flavors of the safest spices of India.
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