Chia Seeds for Babies & Big Kids: 5 Health Benefits & How to Introduce Them to Little Ones

by: Tiny Sprouts Foods 
Medically Reviewed by: Kerry Jones, MPH, RDN, LDN

Can babies have chia seeds? Absolutely! Introducing chia seeds from as early as 6 months of age offers children many benefits as chia seeds are so nutritionally rich. Gram for gram, chia seeds contain more calcium than milk, more iron than spinach, more omega 3s than salmon, and the list continues! Packed full of fiber and antioxidants, chia is a true superfood for everyone. 

Milled Chia Seeds + Vitamin D & Probiotics - Tiny Sprouts Foods
Milled Chia Seeds + Vitamin D & Probiotics - Tiny Sprouts Foods
Milled Chia Seeds + Vitamin D & Probiotics - Tiny Sprouts Foods
Organic Milled Chia Seeds + Vitamin D & Probiotics
Organic Milled Chia Seeds + Vitamin D & Probiotics
Milled Chia Seeds + Vitamin D & Probiotics - Tiny Sprouts Foods

Organic Milled Chia Seeds + Vitamin D & Probiotics

DESCRIPTION

Tiny but mighty, our Milled Chia Seeds + Vitamin D & Probiotics are the perfect addition to your little one’s diet. These supersprinkles help relieve constipation, build strong teeth & bones and support daily growth of little ones growing at lightning speed. Just one serving will boost your little’s one nutrition by providing the iron, fiber, calcium and omega 3s needed to help tiny brains and bodies grow big & strong.

The addition of vitamin D & probiotics makes things easier on tiny tummies, helps build strong teeth & bones and strengthens immune health.

Cold milled for maximum nutrient absorption & easy digestion. Suitable for ages 6M+. Comes in a convenient, resealable bag.

HOW TO USE

Sprinkle, mix or bake into your little one's favorite foods. The options are endless!

For high fiber foods, always start gradually and increase water intake.

Refrigerate after opening and consume within 45 days for optimal freshness.

INGREDIENTS & ALLERGENS

Organic chia seeds, Bacillus Coagulans GBI-30 6086, organic plant-based cholecalciferol (vitamin D3). May contain traces of coconut.

View Details

Sources:

Medically Reviewed By:

Kerry Jones, MPH, RDN, LDN is a pediatric & maternal registered dietitian, nutrition consultant for Tiny Sprouts Foods, and owner of Milestones Pediatric & Maternal Nutrition. Her goal is to help transition women into motherhood and then continue to support them and their children as they grow. Learn more about nutrition for your family at www.milestonesnutrition.com

Disclaimer: The information contained in this blog is based on the experience of the author and science-based research. It is not intended to replace medical advice or diagnosis from a physician or other medical provider. This blog is not intended as a substitute for a consultation with a physician or other healthcare provider. The author is not responsible for any adverse effects or consequences resulting from the use of any suggestions discussed in this blog. It is important to talk to your doctor or your child’s pediatrician prior to starting any new medications or supplements.