I’m always interested in easy to prepare, nutritious meals. When it comes to breakfast foods, a lot of what is out there on the market is inflammatory and not necessarily nutritious. Many breakfast foods contain gluten and sugar, which can wreak havoc, creating more inflammation for those with auto-immune diseases.
Here’s a video on how to make chia pudding. It’s simple, anti-inflammatory, and nutritious. Potential benefits of chia pudding may include benefits such as weight reduction, lowering of bad and maximizing good cholesterol, and reducing risks of chronic disease.
Get creative about what you choose to add to your pudding mixture, but make sure you choose healthy options such as nuts, seeds, or fresh fruit to maximize the nutrient impact of this breakfast. Get creative about what you choose to add to your pudding mixture, but make sure you choose healthy options such as nuts, seeds, or fresh fruit to maximize the nutrient impact of this breakfast. Even a little good quality dark chocolate and fresh, unsweetened coconut may be good to try. Adding cinnamon can help balance blood sugar, too.
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