Dr Oz: Chia Seeds Review – Whole & Raw Chia Seeds Fight Cravings

Dr Oz: Chia Seeds – The Miracle Seed

Dr Oz shared his health miracles on this episode, including the Coconut Oil Swap and Double Coconut Popcorn Recipe. But there are many more diet miracles in your future, including a new miracle snack. Get the Dr Oz Chia Seeds review to find out how to beat those junk food snack cravings once and for all.

Dr Oz Chia Seeds Review

Dr Oz: Chia Seeds Review - Whole & Raw Chia Seeds Fight Cravings

Dr Oz shared a chia seeds review to show how whole chia seeds and raw chia seeds can fight your junk food cravings, all day and into the evenings.

If you struggle with snack food cravings all day long, you need something to put an end to the madness. This Dr Oz Chia Seeds review could help you do that. Chia Seeds are small, but they can make a big difference in fighting cravings, Dr Oz said.

That’s because these miniature kernels absorb up to nine times their own weight, creating a thick gel when they’re added to liquid. When you eat them, this happens in your stomach and can keep you feeling full for many hours.

Dr Oz: Chia Seeds Fight Cravings

Two women took Dr Oz’s Chia Seeds review challenge. They both admitted they are always grabbing crappy snacks on the go to satiate their hunger.

Instead, they tried replacing the snacks with two tablespoons of Chia Seeds in a glass of water. Both of them noticed that they felt much more full, and they weren’t craving the bad stuff any longer.

One of them said it kept them feeling full well into the evening, which meant easily avoiding the temptations of a late night snack.

Dr Oz: Whole Chia Seeds Review & Raw Chia Seeds Recipe

When shopping for Chia Seeds, make sure to look for “raw chia seeds” or “whole chia seeds” on the label. The cost is around $6 per bag, and you can get two 2-tablespoon servings of Chia Seeds daily, after breakfast and lunch.

Just be sure to follow the easy recipe: combine two tablespoons of Chia Seeds in a glass of water and drink it. I wonder how it tastes. If you’ve tried it, let us know what you think.

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6 Comments

  • Diane Feagler

    Can you just put 2tbls of chia seeds to yogurt instead of water. Will it have the same effect?

     
  • I tried them in water – I only got about half of it down because the seeds floated on top and my gag reflex kicked in :) I think I will either add them to yogurt or just make a gel and eat that.

     
    • Thanks for sharing that, Anna. I was curious but not brave enough yet to try it myself. Please report whether yogurt works any better for you.

       
  • Yogurt is SO much better! I drink a protein shake every morning so I put some in there, and then I mix some in yogurt at lunch. I read something that said chia seeds intensify the flavor of whatever you mix them with. Imagine the taste of water intensified – it was a bit overwhelming. I highly recommend the yogurt (or pudding) route.

     
 

 

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