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Chia seed pudding is probably one of the fun food creations I recommend most often to my clients because it’s not only easy to make and enjoyable to eat, but also incredibly impactful from the nutrient perspective.
Chia seeds are a rich plant-based source of the omega-3 fatty acid ALA, which is quite important especially for vegans/vegetarians.
On top of that, they are also high in soluble fiber and represent a potentially important food to support good digestive health.
Oh, and green tea also packs a serious dose of polyphenols, which may offer additional gut and overall health benefits!
So what are you waiting for?
Give this recipe a try, I know you will be glad you did!
PS: Use almond or soy milk and maple syrup ( rather than honey) to keep this recipe fully vegan friendly.