Cha-cha-chia Seeds + How to make chia pudding

Cha-cha-chia Seeds + How to make chia pudding 7296 5472 Nava Wholefoods

Need a fibre and protein hit all in one? These little super seeds are your answer!

Chia seeds

Here’s a crazy fact: Chia is in fact the Mayan word for “strength”. Yup! Chia seeds were used by the Mayans and Aztecs for their ability to provide sustainable energy throughout the day. While they were a daily staple way back then, only in recent years has our society recognised their incredible nutritional value and hailed them as a “superfood”! These days they are frequently consumed by health conscious individuals world wide.


They are super rich in:

  • Protein
  • Fibre
  • Healthy fats
  • Calcium
  • Manganese
  • Magnesium
  • Phosphorus
  • As well as zinc, phosphorus, vitamin B3 (niacin), potassium, vitamin B1 (thiamine) and vitamin B2.

Here are some great benefits:

  • GMO and naturally gluten free
  •  Antioxidant rich to fight the production of free radicals
  • Almost all the carbs in them are fibre
  • Huge nutrient dose for minimal calories
  • High in quality protein, which is the most weight loss friendly macronutrient
  • Can drastically reduce appetite and cravings
  • High in the omega-3 fatty acid
  • Calcium, magnesium, phosphorus and proteins improve bone health
Chia pudding

Ways to enjoy them:

  • Straight up mixed in water
  • Added to smoothies
  • Topped on smoothie bowls
  • Baked into a loaf or muffins
  • In a chia pudding

Try this simple but delicious Chia Pudding Recipe:

Time: 5 mins | Serves: 1-2


  • 1/4 chia seeds
  • 1 cup plant milk of choice (we love coconut)
  • Stevia, coconut sugar or maple syrup as needed for desired sweetness
  • Pinch of Himalayan Pink Salt


  1. Simply mix all ingredients in a bowl, glass, jar or container
  2. Cover and place in the fridge overnight
  3. Top with fruit, granola, seeds or any other topping and enjoy!

Option: Add ingredients to create delicious flavours such as mashed banana, cacao powder, peanut butter, protein powder, etc.



Have you tried chia seeds before? What’s your favourite way to enjoy them?

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