What if I told you that there is an easy way to get nutrition into your family, very easy way? Mila is Chia seed, yes Ch, Ch, Ch, Chia…but not just any chia. Don’t go scraping the chia off your Chia Pet just yet! Chia ia amazing for renewed energy, tummy issues and weight management. IBS symptoms can lessen or disappear, your skin and hair will shine and your kids will not even know it’s in the food!! The massive amounts of Omegas will help brain function and we all need that don’t we?
Mila is gluten-free, trans-fat free, sugar-free, high in fiber and protein, and can be deliciously combined with many foods. Loaded with omega-3s, fiber, antioxidants, protein and phytonutrients, Mila is great for your heart, bone, prostate, breast, and gastro-intestinal support.
I started taking MILA three months ago and I have seen a huge difference in my weight, energy and over all ailments. I add it to smoothies in the morning for my whole family, we add it to baked goods and the dog eats it. Mila acts as a thickener so by adding it to a juice based smoothie, dressing or soup it can replace the fat/oil needed to thicken recipes.
My favorite way to have MILA is in a smoothie/juice, now I know there is spinach in the recipe but it really is tasteless when mixed so I urge you to give it a try. To make this totally easy in the morning I get it all ready the night before. I add everything but the MILA into the blender jar and chill overnight. IN the AM I just blend it and then add the MILA and blend again, easy as pie!
TIP- Peel fresh ginger and freeze, when you need it just use a micro grater and grate the frozen ginger directly into the blender.
Hawaiian Hula Smoothie
Feel free to add some coconut water or berries to this drink, get creative!
1 Cup very high quality pineapple juice not from concentrate
1/4 lemon, juice only
grated fresh ginger, to taste
large handful of baby spinach
1 scoop MILA (about 2 tablespoons)
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Mila has the highest and safest combination of omega-3 fatty acids, proteins, antioxidants, fiber and phytonutrients of any source on the planet. It is non-GMO (Genetically Modified Organism) and pesticide-free. But even beyond these nutritional aspects, Mila can help you and your family in a number of unique ways!
Mila is meticulously cultivated, harvested, cleaned, transported and packaged under the strict quality control and watchful eye of Lifemax at every stage. Strict government inspection and independent laboratory analysis ensure that 100% of what is on the Mila package is also in the Mila package — nothing added, nothing taken away — just 100% of the most nutrient-dense, efficacious, quality-assured Salvia hispanica L. that nature can grow, and Lifemax can perfect.
Chia Seeds are a member of the mint family and grow in southern Mexico, Central America, and certain southern South American countries like Bolivia. Chia seeds have a long history of use as human food. It was domesticated by ancient Mexicans in 2,600 B.C. For centuries this tiny little seed was used as a staple food by the Indians of the Southwest (US) and Mexico. Dr. Andrew Weil read that one tablespoon was believed to sustain an individual for 24 hours and indicated that the Aztecs also used chia medicinally to stimulate saliva flow and to relieve joint pain and sore skin. These seeds were known as the running food. It was said the Aztec warriors insisted on the Chia seed and water during the conquests. Ancient documents show that in Mayan times there were four important crops: corn, beans, chia, and amaranth. These four crops comprised the main components of the Aztec and Mayan diets when Columbus arrived in the New World. After conquering Mexico, Spaniards banned growing Chia plants because they played a role in pagan religious ceremonies. Tribute and taxes to the Aztec priesthood and nobility were often paid in chia seeds.
Did You Know?
If you mix a spoon of Mila Seed in a glass of water and leave it for 30 minutes or so, you will get a glass with almost solid gelatin. This gel-forming process is due to the soluble fiber in the Mila Seed. Researchers believe this same gel-forming phenomenon may take place in the stomach when food containing these fibers, known as mucilages, are eaten. The gel that is formed in the stomach creates a physical barrier between carbohydrates and the digestive enzymes that break them down, thus slowing the conversion of carbohydrates into sugar. This obviously benefits people with diabetes and weight loss.
Is Mila unique or just like any other Chia Seed Product?
To answer that question you have to understand that the nutritional components of Mila come from various altitudes and regions in Mexico. Mila is a blend of Chia Seeds from these altitudes and regions. Some regions produce chia seeds with high Omega 3′s, some high in fiber, some high in antioxidants. Mila is a proprietary blend of chia seeds. These seeds are grown to exact specifications, and are carefully selected for nutritional value. The mixture is mechanically processed using a proprietary system that optimizes bioavailability, enhancing its nutritional efficacy.
Mila is gluten-free, trans-fat free, sugar-free, high in fiber and protein, and can be deliciously combined with many foods. Loaded with omega-3s, fiber, antioxidants, protein and phytonutrients, Mila is great for your heart, bone, prostate, breast, and gastro-intestinal support. With its supreme biological properties, Mila is a plant based Omega 3 product for weight management, but it is also widely consumed for anti-aging, prenatal care, and mental health. Mila is manufactured as a high grade blend of chia seeds and that’s what makes it unique. I put this to the test over a 6 month period with several manufactures of Chia Seeds. The results were astounding! Mila lives up to its name and you most certainly get what you pay for. I got what I payed for with most brands of Chia Seeds having bugs and weeds in each bag. The shelf life was limited.
What this means is it saves you $5 a bag and Lifemax will ship you your Mila once a month on autoship. This will allow you to create an account for yourself and in that account you can change your shipping location, add or remove bags, change the date you want it to ship, or cancel at anytime. You will pay $50 a bag as a preferred customer.
If you want to order as a Retail Customer you will pay $55 a bag
1 16 oz bag will last 1 person 1 month eating 1 scoop a day. You want to eat Mila every day to get the most health benefits that you can. If you are trying to get off medications or just want incredible health benefits I recommend eating 2 scoops a day. If you eat 2 scoops a day you will need 2 bags a month per person.
Mila is most certainly better than a $6.95 bag of Chia Seeds!