Interesting Facts About Chia Seeds

Interesting Facts About Chia Seeds

Did you know all these interesting facts about Chia seeds? Chia (Salvia hispanica L.) originated from Mexico and Guatemala. The word “chia” is derived from the Nahuatl word chian, meaning oily. What an appropriate name, since chia seeds are very high in polyunsaturated fatty acids and omega 3 fatty acids. The seeds can yield between 25–30% extractable oil. These… 

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Why you should eat Montagu’s Immune Support Mix this winter

Montagu Immune Mix

Winter is upon us and with that, a lowered immunity as a result of the drop in temperature. If you have simply resigned to the fact that you will get the flu this winter, there could be one thing you are forgetting – your diet. The first thing you should start looking at when your… 

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Power Up this Winter with Natural Cold and Flu-Fighters

health benefits of ginger

Winter has arrived. And she usually brings with her a lovely truckload of sneezes, sniffles, and something else that rhymes with ‘swat’. Here at Montagu we believe that the road to a healthy lifestyle is paved by good food choices. It’s possible to avoid germs and viruses in advance by powering up with natural cold… 

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Health Benefits of Ginger

health benefits of ginger

The health benefits of ginger are too numerous to name! But for the sake of this little blog, we’ll break a few down for you. What is ginger? Ginger: a humble root, famous for its medicinal properties and health benefits. Ginger refers to the underground bulb belonging to the plant with a firm, striated texture…. 

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Fuss-Free Road Trip Nibbles for Kids

road trip nibbles for kids

“Are we THERE yet?” Every parent’s worst nightmare on a long drive, right? You’re no sooner out of the driveway before the incessant nagging begins. Enjoy a lot less “are-we-there-yets” with the help of Montagu’s super, fuss-free road trip snacking ideas below. You’re welcome! Firstly, remember the 3 P’s of Healthy Road Trip Snacking Plan… 

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