Monday, June 1, 2015

Aztec Gold Chia Seeds Packet Review

Chia seeds are taking the natural food industry by storm. Their popularity has expanded their use beyond pure seed form to use in a variety of food products including health bars, chips, drinks, seed mixes and pet products.

 

The Popularity of Chia is Due to Their Exceptional Nutritional Profile:
  • Higher than flax seeds in OMEGA-3 & 6 essential fatty acids 
  • Provides 18 amino acids including Lysine and Arginine 
  • Helps with skin and scalp care because it is a source of Proline, the major constituent of COLLAGEN
  • Great source of Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium, and Phosphorus, plus the trace elements Zinc, Copper, Manganese, Iron, Boron and Strontium.
This is After We Used Some

Aztec Gold is a premium source of Chia - They supply straight from the farm manufacturer and offer these benefits versus other brands:
  • Proprietary cleaning process
  • They reject 70% of all seeds delivered to factory

  • 99.99% pure

  • Only the cleanest handling and shipping container procedures 
  • Fully Certified - each lot is lab certified so you get repeatable, high quality Chia seeds 
  • Certified Kosher 
  • Gluten-free
  • 100% Vegan
  • NON-GMO  
  • One of the only Chia manufacturers with BRC Global Standard for Food Safety Certification
  • Each individual shipment is tested by an accredited US laboratory before it is released from their facility.
Product of the Original and Premier Chia Growing Region - Jalisco, Mexico:
  • High altitude, rich climate and red soil - the best combination for high quality Chia 
  • Direct from farm source - packaged where it is grown 
  • North American local - not sent via sea so no salt water contamination
  • Optimum grain size - minimal seed discoloration 
Serving: 
  • 1 oz. packet of Chia Seeds. 

  • 2 servings per packet. 

  • Highest quaity, most authentic and a 100% natural original ancient superfood. Dietary supplement.
Breakfast Ideas:

Add a tablespoon or 2 to any recipe for: Muffins, Breakfast Cookies, Breakfast Bars, Scones, Protein Bites, or Smoothies. 

We had a Chia Seed breakfast. It doesn't look like it, but Chia Seeds were in our spinach, banana, mango smoothie, in our June Berry Muffins, and in our Protein Bites. 


I love the added fiber in my diet. 

Have you had Chia Seeds?

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10 comments:

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

I make chia pudding sometimes with my seeds.

Masshole Mommy said...

I put chia seeds in my sauce recently and it was really good :)

renae of simple sequins said...

yum, Alissa!

My daughter got me into those a few years back and ya know perhaps I'll get them rolling again.

Now that I am gray, it is no big deal. I think more shall if they knew how liberating it feels to not hide regrowth or that nasty line of whatever color a head of hair becomes. I was toooo vain for toooooo long.

We silver foxes need to stick together!!
♥renae

Theresa Mahoney said...

I haven't tried them yet, but you are right! They seem to be all the rage lately!

Mary Aalgaard said...

I'm just getting used to quinoa. Now, I'll have to try chia.
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Madilyn Quinn said...

That breakfast looks amazing, first off. My breakfast involved ramen noodles and tea :(
I've had chia seeds in bread before, but that's about it. My ma crushes them up and puts it in her yogurt. I didn't realize how much nutrients and stuff were in them. Surprising!

~ Noelle said...

they are very popular these days, but I just can not seem to get into them. it was in a bar I was trying and ugh........ not a fan.
wish I was, as they have great benefits :)

Charlie said...

What an AMAZING looking breakfast! I use chia seeds in my breakfast smoothie but now I will need to add them as one of the alternatives to the muffins etc.

indah nuria Savitri said...

I love it..but my kids don't really enjoy it..perhaps I need to try to put them in more recipes :)

Terra Heck said...

I tried chia seeds not too long ago in a smoothie recipe. I didn't care for them.

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