The chia seed is one of the best-known legumes in India and is one that many people consider one of its best ingredients.
While the seeds have long been considered one of India’s best-selling products, the seeds are now on the verge of becoming an ingredient in some foodstuffs, including food and beverage, in India.
The seeds have been widely used in Indian cooking and the seeds were also used as a cooking spice in Indian cuisine.
Chia seeds have also been used as an ingredient to make yogurt and as a flavoring for tea.
The Chia Seed Safety and Health Report 2016, released by the government, provides a detailed picture of the health risks associated with eating chia.
In it, the report said that “Chia seeds are a food source of concern due to their high nutritional content and potential adverse health effects”.
The report also said that the seeds contain a substance called “epicatechin” which is a substance that is found in many fish.
Epicatechin is thought to be a possible risk factor for some types of cancers, including prostate, breast and colorectal cancer, the government said.
The report said, however, that this was only a theoretical concern.
It added that the data does not prove that consumption of chia or its derivatives increases the risk of developing some cancers.