Chia seeds contain more Omega-3 than salmon and flaxseed, which are best known as a source of Omega-3. Omega-3, which is known to be very important for brain and heart health, provides significant benefits to metabolism when Chia seeds are consumed regularly. Chia seeds are also a source of protein and do not contain cholesterol. There are 4.4 grams of protein in 28 grams, which is equivalent to almost 10% of the daily requirement. Chia seeds reduce LDL and triglyceride while also increasing good cholesterol. The amino acid tryptophan it contains provides a feeling of satiety, regulates sleep, and also makes you feel better psychologically. Chia seeds are usually consumed raw. You can add it to salads, yogurt, soups and smoothies and leave it for a short time and consume it when it softens. The most important feature of chia seed is that when it is put in a liquid food and left to stand, the drink becomes gelled by absorbing the liquid. Thanks to this, chia pudding can be made with almost all ingredients. Uses: Puddings, pastries, salads.