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Some foods are best eaten at certain times of day, and avoided at others. Lemon water is great first thing in the morning, but coffee is a terrible idea before bed. Do chia seeds work better at any certain time of the day? What time should you eat chia seeds? The answer is: It depends on what you’re looking to achieve.

What Time of Day Should You Eat Chia Seeds?

For example: If you’re not trying to lose weight, and you’re looking forward to a nice meal, it’s not a good idea to have a chia snack close to the meal. Chia’s fiber & protein are big hunger-reducers. If you eat it too close to meal time, your appetite will be diminished. But what if you wanted the hunger-fighting effect? You can have that too! There are lots of ways you can use chia to lose weight, feel better, and stop snack- attacks or hunger. It’s certainly easy to use it to avoid over-eating at meal time, when you take the specific & timely steps outlined at:  MySeeds Chia Weight Loss Methods.
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For people who only want a breakfast drink, or something really light, it’s also perfect because you can stir it into drinks as well as juice and smoothies. Chia also adds fiber to typical fiber-free breakfast foods like eggs, when you sprinkle it on. Fiber in the morning is important as well, as it stars your digestion off right after sleeping.
Chia at breakfast: Chia is excellent at breakfast time. Protein in the morning gets the day started off right with this building block of energy. The protein in chia is complete too, like that found in meat.
Chia Dressing Examples Lunch Salads
Chia in the middle of the day: Too hungry before lunch? Try a Chia Seed Drink instead of reaching for a soda. Worried about the “afternoon slump”? Protein in chia can help you out here too. A chia-based snack like some no-bake oat- chia granola that’s big on taste but low on sugar can beat the afternoon blues. It’s also good at lunch, sprinkled into sandwiches (choose your favorite bread, when chia has your fiber angle covered) in salad dressings, and much more…even pizza. Yes, you can sprinkle your slice with chia for the added fiber, and not have to worry about altering the flavor of pizza.
Chia Savory Examples Burgers
Chia at dinner: There are so many ways to add healthy nutrients to your menu with chia seeds, but dinner time is really the time to shine. It can be used as a burger-binder, helping mingle flavors in the meat while adding fiber. It’s super for salad dressings, an excellent thickener for soups, chili and stews, as well as being your “secret health-helper” as an easy add-in that can be smuggled past picky kids & picky eaters alike, thanks to the lack of flavor.
There are so many great dinner options with MySeeds that we’ve got whole cook books to prove it. Want to check ‘em out? MySeeds Chia Cook Books are available…maybe even for free if you’ve got Amazon Prime.
Chia in the evening & dessert: A treat every now and then can help keep people from feeling deprived…and when you’re looking for dessert, why not make it, or bake it a little better with chia? MySeeds chia replaces butter or oil: You can replace up to half of the butter or oil in most baked recipes with chia seed gel. This doesn’t change the look, taste, or texture of the food, but it results in half the fat. There’s visual cookie-proof too at Baking With Half The Fat, chia seed style. Lots of desserts are also white-flour-reliant, so some added chia fiber is a welcome thing for your digestion. When chia adds protein and more calcium by weight than milk, there’s no reason your dessert can’t taste good and be better for you too. Chia’s dessert uses are as varied as they are fun, with cool treats like fruity fresh pops & nICE-cream, to great pies and cookies. There’s so much chia can do, that it simply can’t be contained in just one list or article. Explore much more with a recipe every month (for as long as you like! They never repeat & there’s always something fun to try) when you’re a part of the MySeeds Recipe of the Month Club mailer. Photos & descriptions let you know just what each one will do. Keep in mind that chia is an energy-helping food, and you shouldn’t eat it (or, really anything) very close to bed time. Dessert is best eaten about 2 or 3 hours before it’s time for bed.
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Some foods are best eaten at certain times of day, and avoided at others. Lemon water is great first thing in the morning, but coffee is a terrible idea before bed. Do chia seeds work better at any certain time of the day? What time should you eat chia seeds? The answer is: It depends on what you’re looking to achieve.
For example: If you’re not trying to lose weight, and you’re looking forward to a nice meal, it’s not a good idea to have a chia snack close to the meal. Chia’s fiber & protein are big hunger-reducers. If you eat it too close to meal time, your appetite will be diminished. But what if you wanted the hunger-fighting effect? You can have that too! There are lots of ways you can use chia to lose weight, feel better, and stop snack-attacks or hunger. It’s certainly easy to use it to avoid over-eating at meal time, when you take the specific & timely steps outlined at:  MySeeds Chia Weight Loss Methods.
Chia Omlette
Chia at breakfast: Chia is excellent at breakfast time. Protein in the morning gets the day started off right with this building block of energy. The protein in chia is complete too, like that found in meat.
For people who only want a breakfast drink, or something really light, it’s also perfect because you can stir it into drinks as well as juice and smoothies. Chia also adds fiber to typical fiber-free breakfast foods like eggs, when you sprinkle it on. Fiber in the morning is important as well, as it stars your digestion off right after sleeping.
Chia Breakfast Bowls
Chia in the middle of the day: Too hungry before lunch? Try a Chia Seed Drink instead of reaching for a soda. Worried about the “afternoon slump”? Protein in chia can help you out here too. A chia-based snack like some no-bake oat- chia granola that’s big on taste but low on sugar can beat the afternoon blues. It’s also good at lunch, sprinkled into sandwiches (choose your favorite bread, when chia has your fiber angle covered) in salad dressings, and much more…even pizza. Yes, you can sprinkle your slice with chia for the added fiber, and not have to worry about altering the flavor of pizza.
Chia Dressing Examples Lunch Salads
Chia at dinner: There are so many ways to add healthy nutrients to your menu with chia seeds, but dinner time is really the time to shine. It can be used as a burger-binder, helping mingle flavors in the meat while adding fiber. It’s super for salad dressings, an excellent thickener for soups, chili and stews, as well as being your “secret health-helper” as an easy add-in that can be smuggled past picky kids & picky eaters alike, thanks to the lack of flavor.
Chia Savory Examples Burgers
There are so many great dinner options with MySeeds that we’ve got whole cook books to prove it. Want to check ‘em out? MySeeds Chia Cook Books are available…maybe even for free if you’ve got Amazon Prime.
Chia in the evening & dessert: A treat every now and then can help keep people from feeling deprived…and when you’re looking for dessert, why not make it, or bake it a little better with chia? MySeeds chia replaces butter or oil: You can replace up to half of the butter or oil in most baked recipes with chia seed gel. This doesn’t change the look, taste, or texture of the food, but it results in half the fat. There’s visual cookie- proof too at Baking With Half The Fat,  chia seed style. Lots of desserts are also white-flour- reliant, so some added chia fiber is a welcome thing for your digestion. When chia adds protein and more calcium by weight than milk, there’s no reason your dessert can’t taste good and be better for you too. Chia’s dessert uses are as varied as they are fun, with cool treats like fruity fresh pops & nICE-cream, to great pies and cookies. There’s so much chia can do, that it simply can’t be contained in just one list or article. Explore much more with a recipe every month (for as long as you like! They never repeat & there’s always something fun to try) when you’re a part of the MySeeds Recipe of the Month Club mailer. Photos & descriptions let you know just what each one will do. Keep in mind that chia is an energy- helping food, and you shouldn’t eat it (or, really anything) very close to bed time. Dessert is best eaten about 2 or 3 hours before it’s time for bed.
Brownie & Cookie Chia Dessert Examples Cake & Muffin Chia Dessert Examples Cocoa Crackle Chia Cookies Time For Chia Clock Graphic