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Clean Lean Protein

Recipe by Charissa & Co.

Breakfast/Brunch is a great way to start your day. Some of us prefer mornings early and some of us prefer brunch.

But some of us prefer to skip breakfast/brunch, where most of us need a source of energy to get going.

If you enjoy breakfast, choosing the right nutritious foods may provide long-lasting energy and keep you full for hours.

These foods are typically high in fiber, protein, healthy fats, and micronutrients.

It will also keep you fuller for longer therefore resulting into a positive outcome of avoiding unhealthy options that are high in sugar, refined carbs, and additives.

Start simple, make it easy. It is a lifestyle habit, it should not be a complicated task.

So, with this breakfast tip. I would like to emphasise of Chia seeds.

Chia seeds are extremely nutritious and a great source of fiber.

In fact, just 1 ounce (28 grams) provides an impressive 10 grams of fiber per serving.

What’s more, a portion of this fiber is soluble, meaning that it absorbs water and increases the volume of food moving through your digestive tract. In turn, this process helps you feel full.

These seeds’ high soluble fiber may likewise help stabilize blood sugar levels and support heart health.

Though chia seeds aren’t high in protein, you can enjoy them with high protein foods, therefore the below recipe is a great way for you to get your protein, fiber, antioxidants and more.

This chia pudding recipe packs 25 grams of protein.