Our white chia seeds are nutrient-dense and pack a punch of energy-boosting power. Grown in Western Australia, these tiny seeds benefits promote healthy skin, reduced signs of aging, a healthy heart and digestive system, and increased bone density. Chia seeds are very rich in antioxidants and omega-3 fatty acids, even more so than flax seeds. They also provide large quantities of fibre, as well as calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, manganese, copper, iron, molybdenum, niacin, and zinc. You can sprinkle these white chia seeds on cereal or granola, in yoghurt or salads, eat them as a snack, or grind them and mix them with flour when making muffins or other baked goods.
There is only very marginal nutritional differences between white and black chia seeds. They're usually isolated purely for aesthetic preferences, as some foods may look better with lighter or darker seeds. But rest assured, as long as your seeds are black or white, the superfood is at its most nutritious, giving you a hearty dose of omega 3, fibre and protein.