We hear a lot about the benefits of eating seeds. But when it comes to the goodness of chia seeds vs. flax seeds, do you know the differences? I’m learning.
Several companies are issuing a chia recall for a range of chia products. We’ve got a list of the recalled chia products in the U.S. and Canada as of June 11.
I’m always on the lookout for healthy snacks for the road, and I was excited to try Health Warrior’s new Chia Bars.
When you’re operating outside your normal kitchen habits — maybe on a long road trip, or spending the weekend with omni inlaws, or (egads and GRR!) trying to eat well in a markedly un-vegan hospital-type setting — quick and easy nutrient-dense food is a must! This vegan recipe fits the bill when you need real food real fast, and don’t have the time or supplies for full-meal food-prep. Pre-made and stored in airtight bags or containers, these raw crackers keep for several weeks… I’m not sure exactly how long, since my family keeps eating them all up. But anyway: enjoy!
A delicious way to enjoy a daily dose of chia seeds for breakfast, the Mamma Chia Banana Breakfast Muffins incorporate the popular chia seed drink, Mamma Chia, for a sweet, fruity – and healthy – treat!
Looking to get more chia seeds into your diet and where to buy chia seeds? We’ve got some chia recipes and resources for ya!
Now we all know the wonders of flax, but chia is nutritionally superior to flax, soy and the like because it is the richest vegan source of Omega-3 fatty acids and dietary fiber.
We’ve chosen the winners for the Health Warrior chia prize packs! There were three prizes, and we used a random number generator to pick winners #1, 2, and 3. They are…..
The kind folks at Health Warrior are launching a line of chia seed energy bars, and they’re offering up three awesome packages of goodies for some lucky Eat Drink Better readers, and there are still a few days left to enter and win!
The kind folks at Health Warrior are launching a line of chia seed energy bars, and they’re offering up three awesome packages of goodies for some lucky Eat Drink Better readers!
If I asked you to identify quinoa, kamut, spelt and amaranth, you’d probably reply — correctly — that each of those are a type of ancient grain. But if I [ … ]