These little seeds, which comes in either white or a dark brown and black color, also have a huge nutritional profile. They contain calcium, manganese, and phosphorus, and is a great source of healthy omega-3 fats. As an added benefit, chia seeds can be eaten whole or milled, while flax seeds have to be ground before consumption in order to access their health benefits for example.
Blueberry Chia Jam Serving Size: 16 servings when spread on toastCalories per serving: 15Fat per serving: 0.2gms I find it really hard to find good fruity jams in stores that are not made from processed sugars or filled with preservatives and GMO ingredients. So I decided to give home made jam a shot. Instead of Continue Reading
Chocolate Almond Granola Serving Size: 8Calories per serving: 140Fat per serving: 11.8gms There is nothing like starting your morning with home-baked granola with all the nutrition of seeds and nuts covered in chocolatey oats. I normally add chopped fresh strawberries or bananas and some almond milk to my bowl to give it a cold smooth Continue Reading