Chia seeds are packed with nutrition and are a rich source of Omega 3’s, protein and minerals. The gelatinous quality of the seeds help create bulk in your stool. Dr. Ben Lynch suggests that these little seeds also bind to very unhealthy bile salts and help detox the body. They really don’t have much flavor so they can be used in a variety of recipes to thicken and add nutrition. This recipe can be enjoyed as a breakfast treat or dessert. Either way, there are no added sugars.
Pour ½ cup Chia Seeds into 2 cups of unsweetened almond milk. Stir and let sit for about 30 minutes.
Use a whisk to mix again and let it sit overnight in the fridge or for another 30 minutes.
Chop up a green apple into small bite size pieces. (You can basically add whatever fruit you want.) Sprinkle with lemon and cinnamon. Add ¼ cup raisins.
Pour the chia mixture into a small dessert bowl or parfait dish. Add the apple mixture.
Sprinkle the top with your favorite nuts. Enjoy!!
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Congratulations on being proactive with your health. Take a look at The 7 Essentials and make sure you are following all the basics.
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