Chia seeds are a very healthy but tasty consideration for including in your diet. The health benefits that they provide lie in the important minerals and nutrients they contain. These nutrients are known to cause a decent number of health benefits

SAN FRANCISCO, CA, September 02, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ — Chia seeds are a very healthy but tasty consideration for including in your diet. The health benefits that they provide lie in the important minerals and nutrients they contain. These nutrients have been scientifically researched for many years, and are known to cause a decent number of health benefits. In fact, the components of chia seeds are so effective at improving a person’s health, that they are the major ingredients in some natural supplements and remedies. Because these nutrients are scientifically proven, these supplements are proven as effective. Analyze That is an information website about natural supplements and the ingredients they contain. It takes a look at the science behind the ingredients. Have a look at it if you’re interested in natural supplements and remedies.

Natural supplements are based on the principle that health conditions are reduced by maintaining the right amounts of nutrients in the body. The same can be said about eating healthy foods like chia seeds. Chia seeds can be eaten on their own as a snack or included as a topping with just about any meal, so it’s easy to obtain their health benefits.

The anti-inflammatory effects of omega 3 fatty acids and antioxidants
Chia seeds contain high amounts of a healthy fatty acid called alpha linolenic acid (ALA). ALA is a form of omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3 fatty acids form part of each of the cell’s membranes in the body. When they are metabolized, especially when cells are stressed, they reduce inflammation by slowing down the metabolism of another fatty acid called arachidonic acid. The metabolism of arachidonic acid produces a group of substances called prostaglandins which cause inflammation and pain.

Another group of chemicals which cause inflammation are free radicals. Free radicals are also produced when cells are stressed. They react with cell membranes too, and cause it to produce isoprostanes, which have the same effect as prostaglandins. Antioxidants react with free radicals, which prevent them from reacting with the cell membrane and therefore preventing the process of inflammation.

Inflammation is healthy in very short periods, like during an infection, but when it happens very often, as in the case of our current stressful lifestyle, it causes damage. Long-term inflammation can factor into a variety of chronic diseases, like cardiovascular disease, autoimmune diseases, and cancer.

Free radicals also react with proteins and DNA in the cells which can lead to a reduction in chemical reactions or a massive accumulation of mutations. This can cause a whole other range of health problems but it especially increases the risk of developing cancer.

Chia seeds contain many minerals
Chia seeds are high in magnesium, manganese and phosphorus. They also contain moderate amounts of zinc, potassium and some B vitamins. Minerals play an important role in helping certain reactive proteins in the body to perform a function. For example, manganese helps certain enzymes to produce glucose in the body when it is low. Zinc helps the blood to clot when one of your blood vessels has been damaged, by binding to a reactive protein called platelet activating factor receptor (PAFR).

There are also some necessary functions that minerals perform without joining with proteins. Potassium, for example, is vital for sending electrical signals through nerves and muscles. A deficiency makes it much harder for nerves to send signals and for muscles to contract. It can also cause the heart muscle to contract prematurely and cause an arrhythmia.
Just one ounce of chia seeds contains about 30% of the recommended daily allowance of these minerals.

Chia seeds are high in fiber
Fiber is a kind of carbohydrate that isn’t really absorbed in the intestine. Instead, it provides a bulking mass to which all the other waste products can stick to and move along down the intestine to be removed. Without the right amount of fiber, people can develop constipation. Fiber also helps to slow the absorption of nutrients, so that they are released into the blood slower and provide a more sustained energy release, as compared to a sudden spike. It also helps to provide the feeling of fullness when eating large amounts of it and because it is not absorbed, it does not significantly contribute to weight gain. Actually, it can help weight loss by causing people to eat less.

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