Chia – the go-to superfood for busy brides

Whether you’re a Royalist, anglophile or just love a good wedding, there’s no escaping the buzz surrounding Prince Harry’s impending marriage to Meghan Markle.

But while the Royal pair prepare to walk down the aisle on Saturday, 19 May, marketers of the superfood Chia have been busier than ever after the bride-to-be revealed homemade Chia Pudding is one of her favourite snacks.

That’s also why The Chia Co have teamed up with London nutritionist Lily Soutter, who explains why chia seeds continue to reign supreme:

 “Not only do they make a great addition to tasty smoothies, energy bars, soups and salads, their versatile nature means that they can be incorporated into almost any meal of the day.

 Chia provide a rich source of plant-based omega 3 fats, these fats line every cell membrane within the body are important for soft and supple skin. Just one tablespoon of chia seeds also provides a whopping 6g of fibre, which can help to keep appetite in check, balance blood sugar and support healthy digestion.

 These nifty seeds also provide a source of plant-based protein, an essential macronutrient needed for healthy hair, skin and nails – helping get the glow for the big day

 Lastly, they pack in a decent amount of calcium, magnesium, B vitamins and zinc which are involved with energy production and immune function.”

How to eat it…

According to The Chia Co, Chia seeds have a very mild taste and will not affect the flavour of what you are eating. They are also easy to include in your everyday diet:

o Sprinkle raw on your food
o Make a gel as a base for smoothies or as an egg replacer
o Add to breakfast cereals, salads and soups.

If you were one of Holistic Scotland Magazine’s first 100 subscribers, you may have received a Chia Shot from The Chia Co in your goodie box.

Check out The Chia Co’s recipes for more ways to use them



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Lynda Hamilton Parker is an award-winning PR consultant, journalist, editor and publisher based in Scotland. She is the founding publishing editor of Good Health Magazine.

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