You’ve heard of the chia seed, the nutritional powerhouse with everything from fiber and protein, to B-vitamins inside. It’s a tiny flavorless seed with complete protein, calcium and magnesium.
Maybe you’ve found that your hair has become drier over time and has more of a coarse texture than it used to, or that it’s gotten flatter and finer, or that it’s just gotten grayer. Whatever the case may be for you, you should be adjusting your choices of hair care products and hairstyling techniques as your hair changes.
Flaxseed has some disadvantages it has all kinds of bad ingredients you really do not want in your body. I would recommend you replace your flax seed with Chia seed.
Gargling with salt water or eating sea vegetables loosens phlegm that is sticking to the sides of the throat. The salty flavour partially dissolves the phlegm so that it can be eliminated. Sea vegetables are rich in essential minerals like iodine, calcium, plantain cream and potassium. The mineral salts in sea vegetables work together to mop up toxins in the body (including phlegm) and take them to the bowels.
Most people who get cold sores have an acid pH balance and are low in calcium. Calcium is the main mineral your body uses to keep you in a healthy alkaline zone. Fact is, the herpes simplex virus hates an alkaline environment.
Sodas have a surprising amount of sugar, and some of the artificial sweeteners can actually make some people hungrier when they drink them. “Plain Water” may be too boring for some people, which makes it harder to stay hydrated, or more difficult to move away from sodas. Fruit juices often have lots of calories, but aren’t filling.
But to top it all off, pesticides don’t need to be used when growing the seeds because the plants leaves and stems produce an oil which insects and other pests hate, making it 100% natural. So by adding Chia to your food, you’ll be improving the taste as well as maintaining A HEALTHY BALANCED DIET.