Add This Ingredient to Your Tyent Water For a Healthy Boost!



Ch-ch-ch-chia! We all remember this song from the Chia Pet commercial. It’s true that the grass seeds used in Chia Pets are the same little seeds that have recently made a big name for themselves.

What Are Chia Seeds?

Chia is an edible seed that comes from a desert plant grown in Mexico. It dates all the way back to Mayan and Aztec times. In the book You Staying Young, authors Dr. Michael Roizen, MD and Dr. Mehmet Oz, MD say that the antioxidant activity of chia seeds is higher than that of any whole food, even blueberries! No wonder chia is called a superfood!

Add this ingredient to your Tyent Water for a healthy boost!

What Do Chia Seeds Contain?

  • Omega-3 fatty acids—more than salmon!
  • Dietary fiber in high amounts
  • Antioxidants
  • Protein
  • Calcium—five times more than milk
  • Magnesium
  • Carbohydrates
  • Vitamins A, B, E and D

Chia Fresca

Chia fresca has been a popular drink in Central America and Mexico for many years. It’s a simple drink made by putting chia seeds in water. When chia seeds are left to soak in water, a gelatinous coating forms around the seed. If you have a problem with textured drinks, this beverage may not be for you. However, the jellied chia seeds are easy to swallow and bring a little extra something to plain water.

 Add this ingredient to your Tyent Water for a healthy boost!

Alkaline Water Chia Fresca: A Super Antioxidant Beverage!

Take all the wonderful things you just read about chia seeds and add that to the wonderful things you know about ionized alkaline water.  Chia fresca made with Tyent Water is a supercharged, healthy and energizing beverage. You’ll get the antioxidant power of both the chia seeds and the ionized water in addition to the vitamin, mineral and omega-3 fatty acid content of the seeds!

Have you ever added chia seeds to the water from your water ionizer machine? How did you feel after drinking alkaline water chia fresca? We would love to hear about it!

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