Chia pudding is SO easy to make, it literally comes together in minutes. I prefer it once it has set overnight in the fridge but you don’t have to wait that long (that’s why i have put 4 – 12 h in the cook time bracket) . Chia seeds are packed with fiber, essential fats, and calcium to boot!
Mango is one of my favorite fruits and absolutely easy to find here in Hong Kong and Macau – in fact – Southeast Asia. It’s high in sugar, like most fruit from the tropics and has many nutritional benefits. Mango is great for the skin as it is loaded with antioxidants. It also fights breast and colon cancers and has vision protecting properties.
- 2 sweet and juicy mangoes
- 1 cup of coconut milk
- 2 pitted dates
- 1/4 cup chia seeds
- 1/4 tsp vanilla extract
- 1/2 cup of raw nuts and seeds
- Start blending the mango until you have a thick sauce.
- Pour the mango sauce evenly into 2 glasses or bowls. Set in the fridge.
- Blend the coconut milk and two dates until smooth.
- Pour the sweetened milk into a small mixing bowl.
- Stir the milk, chia seeds, and vanilla until it becomes a thick pudding. Stir constantly for 3-4 minutes then let stand for about 5 minutes to thicken.
- Pour the chia mixture on top of the mango sauce in even portions.
- Allow to set overnight.
- Be sure to cover if you are storing over 1 day, it lasts 4 days in the fridge, covered.
- Serve with chopped nuts.
- If you have difficulty with tropical fruits like Mango, you can substitute with a fruit of your choice in this recipe. Fresh or frozen will work here. The consistency should be like a thick smoothie.
- If there is too much liquid in the mango portion it will not set up at all. If you are having issues add 1/4 cup of raw coconut meat, that should for sure make it set up and I’ve made it like that many times.
November marks the beginning of the festivities at home and within my Family. There are Birthdays, Family gatherings, Family dinners, lunches, Baby Showers, Births, X’mas tree arrival, family getaways, school breaks, X’mas, New year..uh la la….all the way till January…It is definitely one of the most antecipated time of the year.
A little bit late – but always on time – It’s Nov. 9th in my Calendar – i will post about having a Healthy Holistic Month and help you get prepared to the festivities ahead in case you have a busy agenda like myself.
We want POSITIVE VIBES ONLY!
Instead of ruminating about negative things, try to savour, relive, enjoy and share the positive events of your day!
It is very important to observe our emotions. One common negative emotion is anger. Anger comes in all shapes, sizes and features. When we observe that anger is present and mindfully identify it, it will loose it’s destructive nature.
Only when we are angry and not observing our anger does it become destructive.
Try concentrating on your breathing and follow this:
Breathing in, I know that i am angry. Breathing out, I know i must take care of my anger.
Breathing in, i know that anger is still here. Breathing out, I know that anger is in me and i know that mindfulness is in me also.
Breathing in, I know that i can take care of my anger. Breathing out, i calm my anger.
TRIM YOUR WAIST BABY
We all know that carrying excess weight around the middle is very ageing.
Fat stored deep in the stomach – visceral fat – causes chronic inflammation in the body = contributes to age-related disease, including type 2 diabetes and heart disease.
- Beat belly fat with plenty of cardio exercise
- Get enough restful sleep
- During green tea
- Lower your stress levels
- Cut down on carbs and increase protein
COMBAT WINTER FATIGUE
With this great Austrian natural remedy. Is nothing but a tea with soup ingredients.
The antibacterial and disinfectant properties of garlic combined with the stimulating and antispasmodic properties of parsley work amazingly.
- Chives – high in Vitamin C, blood cleansing and loosen phlegm;
- Cayenne pepper – stimulates circulation and is detoxifying. It also helps fight off infection and inflammation
240ml water, 2 peeled garlic cloves, 3 springs of fresh parsley, 3 fresh chives, 1 pinch of cayenne pepper
Boil the water, remove from heat and add the garlic – allow to infuse for 10 minutes.
Chop the parsley and chives and add to the infusion then add the pepper.
Strain into a cup and drink.