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Chia is a plant that comes from Central America, known by the name of Salvia hispánica L.; widely used by the Mayans and the Aztecs since ancient times.

They are a source of vitamins and minerals such as calcium and magnesium. The amounts of calcium cover 63% of the recommended daily amounts and magnesium 95%. They are also high in fiber and protein.

But chia seeds stand out above all for their high content of healthy fats because it is the vegetable with the highest content of omega 3, especially alpha linolenic acid, it even exceeds blue fish. The only drawback is that it must be consumed in small quantities.


Cardiovascular protection: studies confirm its cardioprotective effect due to its content in omega 3, a fatty acid with anti-inflammatory, vasodilator and antithrombotic properties. Therefore, they help prevent high blood pressure, hypercholesterolemia, and hypertriglyceridemia.

Improves intestinal transit: its high content of mucilage (soluble fiber that increases in volume in contact with water) stimulates intestinal movement, improving constipation. In addition, its viscosity hydrates and lubricates the gastrointestinal tract, helping to expel stool.

Improves hyperglycemia: thanks again to soluble fiber, it helps regulate blood sugar levels, since fiber "traps" part of these sugars, absorbing it more gradually.