Why are chia seeds bad for you?
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Another interesting way of consuming chia seeds is by adding them into water. All you need to do is add chia seeds into water, and consume it first thing in the morning or any other time of the day, and it will provide you with an array of health benefits.
They can aid in digestion.
Chia seeds have 10 grams of fiber per ounce, making them one of the more high-fiber foods you can find. Fiber not only digests more slowly than many other foods and keeps you full longer, but it also helps you maintain normal bowel movements and reduce constipation.
Though they’re safe for most people, chia seeds may cause an increased risk of choking. So make sure you consume them carefully, especially if you have difficulty swallowing. This increased risk is because dry chia seeds swell up and absorb about 10–12 times their weight in liquid when they are exposed to water