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FOR YOUR GUT - CHIA PORRIDGE SQUARES

Posted By

Karim Youssef

Diet & Nutrition recipe

Chia seeds for fiber, protein and healthy fats. As we know that antioxidant rich foods neutralise free radicals, therefore adding both raw dark cacao and chia seeds to this mix you get an abundance of antioxidants.

Ingredients

4 Tbs gelatine 

1 Cup warm water (not boiling)

2/3 Cup chia seeds

2 Cups coconut water or coconut milk

4 Blocks of ice

3 Blocks of sugar free dark chocolate squares

2 Scoops Nuzest Rich Chocolate Clean Lean Protein

1/3 Cup dark cacao powder

1/3 Cup monk fruit syrup **Optional 

Add Cacao nibs and hempseeds as an option.

Recipe by Charissa & Co.

Bored of chia porridge, try these chia porridge on the go chewy bites. Simple, yet full of protein, fiber and of course antioxidants.

Chia seeds for fiber, protein and healthy fats. As we know that antioxidant rich foods neutralise free radicals, therefore adding both raw dark cacao and chia seeds to this mix you get an abundance of antioxidants.

Fuel your bones, Chia seeds are high in calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, and ALA. All of these nutrients have been linked to improved bone mineral density.

Gelatin not only helps restore our gut lining, but gelatin is beneficial for preventing intestinal damage of the digestive tract, thereby preventing permeability and leaky gut syndrome.


Method

Start by adding the gelatine mixture to the warm water mixture, mix well and set aside . Add all the other ingredients to your high speed blender, blend until smooth, add the gelatine mixture to the blended mixture. Pour into your desired mould shapes. Sprinkle with cinnamon. Pop the mixture in the fridge and allow to set for 3 hours before serving.

You can keep these in the fridge for 2 weeks. Healthy easy to make keto, paleo and bone building super bites.


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