10 ways to reap the benefits of sabja seeds

You can have sabja seeds in plain water, tea or even fresh fruit juices like mango or watermelon!

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Sabja Seeds

Instead of drinking a glass of water when thirsty, add few sabja seeds to make it a healthier and tastier drink. If you are wondering how to include sabja in your diet, here are few ideas to get you started!

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Lemon Water

Add a spoonful of sabja seeds to a glass of lemon water and honey and enjoy it on a sunny day or an empty stomach!

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Ever thought about having sabja seeds parfait? Well, you can make one with pomegranate, oats and almonds.

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Be it tea decoction, black tea or green tea; you can add sabja seeds to a cup of tea (without milk) and have it especially during the evening in summer.

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Instead of having a bowl of curd with meals or after meals, you can add few sabja seeds to curd to get the most of it. It is not only healthy but also keeps you full for a long time.

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Add a twist to pudding this summer with coconut, mango and chia seed pudding. It is not only refreshing but also healthy and fills you up.

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Oats And Sabja

You can even include sabja in your breakfast by adding the seeds to yoghurt, muesli and jam. It is not only delicious but healthy as well. Try it out!

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Feel an urge to have sweets after meals? Well, try sabja pudding dessert! All you need is berries and fruits, sabja and curd to make this yummy recipe.

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Watermelon Sabja

Add sabja to fresh fruit juices to make the most of it. You can add a spoonful of sabja seed to watermelon juice, mango juice, orange juice or other fruit juices to reap its benefits.

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Sabja Plain

Lastly, if you do not like to add sabja seeds to fruits, milk or curd, you can add it to a glass of cold water with a pinch of salt and some sugar and drink it plain to quench your thirst.