and insoluble dietary fiber were 6.84 and 34.9g/100g for Jalisco seeds whereas it was 6.16 and 32.87 g/100 g for Sinaloa seeds. IDF to SDF ratio gives insights to the nutritional and physiological effects of it on the people consuming it. The American Dietetic Association have suggested fiber consumption level around 25-30 g/day for the adults, which accounts for Insoluble dietary fibre to the Soluble dietary fibre ratio of 3 to 1 (Sánchez-Alonso et al, 2000). IDF/SDF ratio was found to be dominant for chia from Jalisco as well as for chia obtained from Sinaloa, and Insoluble dietary fibre was higher for each of the seeds. Klason lignin is the essential component of IDF which accounts for 39-41% of the total dietary fiber. KL has shown to have protective effects towards the unsaturated fatty acids existing in chia seeds as it helps in building a strong and resistant structure. The IDF fraction showed to have cellulose, hemicellulose and neutral sugar cellulose. The hypo-cholestremic effect is depicted by the lignin present in the chia seeds that is related with fiber intake. The presence of IDF/SDF ratio indicates that the seeds can also be beneficial from a nutritional and fitness viewpoint.