When in doubt, chia. Like smoothies and oats, chia puddings are easy to make and the possible flavor combinations are endless! This morning, I layered the rest of my blueberry-juice soaked seeds with unsweetened coyo and fresh berries. I'm now ready to power up that two-wheeler of mine. The wild berry patch I found last weekend is calling my name!
Chia seeds 👉🏻 contain large amounts of fiber and omega-3 fatty acids (more than flax seeds), plenty of high quality protein, and several essential minerals and antioxidants (help protect the body from free radicals, aging and cancer). Chia seeds are rich in minerals like Manganese (metabolism), Phosphorus (bone health and tissue maintenance), Copper (heart health), Selenium (reduces free radical damage), Iron (transports oxygen throughout body), Magnesium (metabolism) and Calcium (bones, muscles and nerves). Chia seeds contain no gluten.
Probiotics 👉🏻 are used to increase the number of beneficial bacteria in your digestive tract. Probiotics help to keep the digestive system in balance (proper digestion/absorption of food), restore normal flora (inhibit overpopulation of common harmful microbials, such as Candida) and may support immune system function (especially when using antibiotics).
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