Chia Banana Pudding

July 22, 2020
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Timing:
10 MINS
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EASY
SERVES:
2
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Ingredients

- Chia seeds                       1 tbsp

- Bananas                           2 frozen

- Melon seeds                     1 tsp

- Cinnamon powder           ¼ tsp

- Nutmeg powder               a pinch

Directions

Step 1

Grind the frozen bananas in a high speed blender till smooth. Add the chia seeds and let it soak for a few minutes. Garnish with cinnamon and nutmeg powder and enjoy!

Health Benefits

Bananas and chia seeds offer immense health benefits. Chia seeds are a great source of vitamins E and B complex, they also provide a lot of minerals such as calcium, magnesium, zinc, boron and iron. They are rich in omega 3 fatty acids. They help to prevent cancer and heart disease, they are anti inflammatory which help in conditions such as arthritis, they also help to regulate blood sugar. They are a great brain food and help to reduce brain fog and forgetfulness.bananas too are loaded with minerals and vitamins. They are good to combat Candida overgrowth, diabetes, diarrhea, headaches, bloating, food sensitivities,back pain tingles and numbness.

Recipe Created By
Team iThrive

Shriranjani came to iThrive for help with her Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Within days of starting the protocol, her overall body inflammation started coming down and her body began to lose its stiffness and felt more soft and pliable. Due to her chronic fatigue she had become more dependent on coffee to get her through the day and she slowly detoxed from that in the first month. She lost about 6 Kgs on the protocol and the 3 months with iThrive were just the beginning of her healing journey. She now has more good days than bad and her chronic pain and fatigue is now an exception instead of the norm. She has truly been a health warrior with her discipline and self awareness and has been one of iThrive’s most creative contributors with recipes. Enjoy this creation from her.

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