The power of chia seeds

By The Gut Health Doctor Team

Dr Megan Rossi in a lab looking through a microscope

They’re no ‘superfood’…but the magic of chia seeds is in the FIBRE. These small and mighty seeds have pretty impressive fibre creds. For every 28g of chia seeds, there’s a whopping 11g of fibre – for every tablespoon (~10g), that’s around 4g of gut-loving fibre.

They’re also a good plant-based source of omega-3 (ALA) and a complete protein. And they’re in every box of  Bio & Me gut-loving granola, porridge and muesli. Just remember, when it comes to your fibre sources, it’s all about VARIETY. So along with chia seeds, there are also 13-15 other types of plant-based goodness in every pack.

Bio&Me raspberry chia pudding:

Layer up raspberry compote made with apple & lemon juice, chia pudding (chia seeds soaked in milk), then top with Raspberry Gut-Loving Granola & extra fresh berries.


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