Plant the seeds of a better diet by spreading good chia

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If there was ever a search for the ingredient most deserving of the description “small but mighty”, then the spotlight should fall on the teeny-tiny chia seed.

Harvested from the salvia hispanica plant (a flowering member of the mint family), these grey, black or sometimes white seeds have been around for thousands of years and are believed to have been a staple food in the diet of the ancient Aztecs.