Chia pudding is very popular among Ketonian people. Everybody loves pudding. Well, at least the vast majority of us. On the Keto diet, the classical starchy pudding is out of the question. But luckily, chia helps to create new versatile recipes and there are keto puddings that taste and feel amazing. This extraordinary Chia pudding is easy to make and it will provide you with the most beneficial macro and micronutrients.
Chia seeds are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, protein, α-linolenic acid, amino acids, antioxidants, magnesium and fibre. Also, works as a treatment of constipation and they cause a feeling of satiety by contributing to weight loss.
Chia seeds, the ultimate ancient superfood, were part of the daily diet of the Aztecs, Mayans, and Indians of South America and Mexico. Nowadays, chia seeds belong to the mint family and gain the attention and preference of many of us.
Chia seeds are rich in essential fatty acids which will help to build cell membranes. It has more Omega 3 than salmon, for example. It has 5 times more calcium than milk, Vitamin B2, B1, B3 and Boron which helps calcium to make bones solid. It’s also rich in fibres. This recipe is 100% Keto friendly and it requires no cooking. As easy as Sunday morning… You will, of course, have to be patient and wait at least 3 hours before your pudding sets and becomes creamy.