When it comes to chia seed nutrition, this is how to eat it

If you’ve ever wanted to know how much chia is in a chia grain, this simple infographic might help.

It’s based on data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA).

The chia data is broken down by the type of seed, how many of the seeds are available for planting and when it was first planted.

The first thing to know is that chia has a variety of health benefits.

It can be an excellent source of energy, especially if eaten as a snack.

It has been linked to reducing the risk of heart disease, and has been shown to reduce inflammation in people with type 2 diabetes.

However, there are a few things to keep in mind when eating chia.

One is that you’re probably eating a lot of it.

In the U, the average daily intake of chia was estimated to be 8.8 grams (or about 0.25 teaspoons).

That’s roughly the amount of sugar found in two large cups of sugar.

The other thing to keep an eye out for is the type and amount of the chia plant itself.

Most varieties have a low, medium or high fiber content, so if you’re eating a ton of chiac, you may need to add some of that fiber to your diet.

The US Department of Health and Human Services recommends consuming between 60 and 80 percent chia protein, with the rest being added to the diet by consuming foods with a high fiber count, such as cereal, pasta and beans.

It also recommends adding up to a half cup of chias or 1 teaspoon of chio to your daily intake.

Chia seeds have an average fiber content of 12 percent, according to the USDA, so you can expect to get an average of about 1/4 cup of fiber from chia a day.