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Chia Pudding

Chia seeds are an amazing source of essential fatty acids, making them a natural anti-inflammatory. Talk about using food as medicine! Therapeutic doses of Omega 3 fatty acids have been shown to reduce inflammation in numerous diseases including cardiovascular disease & gastrointestinal conditions, but also improve cognitive function, mood & behavioural disorders. These little guys have 1.9g of omega 3 fatty acids and 3.6g of fibre in every 2 teaspoon serving. So imagine how many nutrients you're getting when you eat half a cup of chia pudding! The fibre in chia seeds is mostly soluble fibre, meaning that it helps to slow down digestion by slowing down the emptying process of the stomach, ke

Almond Milk

Many people ask me which almond milk I use, so I decided to write a post about it! Almond milk is a great substitution for those who can't have dairy or soy. Many people have different preferences and checklists for almond milk, but for me its simple: I choose mine based on how natural it is & what percentage of almonds they contain. Here are the 2 brands that I prefer: Pure Harvest & Nutty Bruce Here are the reasons why: 1. They both contain 10% almonds. Many other brands on the market have as little as 2% almonds in their so called 'almond' milk (Does it even count as almond milk if there's only 2% almonds?? More like almond flavoured water 😂) 2. They don't add any artificial ingredients!

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