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If those are all the ingredients, then yes, technically it is allowed. That said, I wouldn't recommend them as an everyday food, more of an emergency ration if you are stuck somewhere and can't get a compliant meal. Here is the whole9 take on chia:


Chia: Yes

These “seeds†aren't the same botanical family of seeds that we eliminate with grains and legumes, so that makes them fine to eat during your Whole30.

Tip: Chia isn't likely to cause you any serious trouble, but it's not the omega-3 super-food it's made out to be, either. We explain why in It Starts With Food, but in summary, chia should be treated like any other nut and consumed in limited quantities.

- See more at: http://whole30.com/2013/06/the-official-can-i-have-guide-to-the-whole30/#sthash.uRLPcTbg.dpuf

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