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29 Jan 2014
Chia Seed Pudding Recipe
Chia Seeds are well known for their richness and high levels of Omega-3 fatty acids, protein, fiber and antioxidant properties. Not only is this Chia Seed Pudding one of the easiest and quickest desserts you will ever make, it is also one of the most nutritious puddings in existence. The best part is that it takes less than five minutes to prepare and the whole family will love it!
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6 May 2013
Healthy Energy Bars Recipe
Fuel your fitness regime with this delicious healthy energy bar recipe that takes less than 20 minutes to prepare. The recipe is bake-free and can be adjusted to suit your taste-buds simply by adding your favorite dried fruits and nuts. Wrap these great-tasting bars individually and enjoy them as a pre or post-workout snack. Yum!
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14 Apr 2013
Fabulous Flaxseed
By Generation Nourished
Flaxseed, also known as Linseed are a super food packed with fiber, protein and brain, heart and mood boosting omega-3 building fats known as alpha-linolenic acid (ALA.) There are endless ways to incorporate this wonder food into your diet including; adding a teaspoon of milled flax to your smoothie or yogurt, sprinkling the whole seeds on top of your cereal or salads or adding them to your healthy muffin mix. Just consuming as little as one or two teaspoons of this plant-based super seed into your daily diet can prove to be beneficial for your overall health.
27 Mar 2013
Fancy some fish?
Did you know that consuming two decent portions of oily fish per week can give you a clearer, sharper mind amongst many other health benefits? Some of the best types of fish include; salmon, tuna, sardines and herring, as they are high in an omega-3 fatty acid called Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). Diets rich in omega-3 promote proper brain function, lower the risk of heart disease and reduce symptoms associated with rheumatoid arthritis and menstrual cramps. If you don’t like eating fish, then consider supplementing through fish oil capsules which also contain EPA, another beneficial omega-3 fatty acid.
13 Oct 2012
Go nuts…and seeds!
By Generation Nourished
Raw seeds and nuts contain phytochemicals and fats such as omega-3s that help reduce inflammation and bad cholesterol levels, and increase the absorption of other vital micronutrients. Try adding pumpkin and sunflower seeds to your trail mix, sprinkle Chia seeds on your salad, or blend them with some Extra Virgin Olive Oil to make your own salad dressing.

 
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