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The Tiny Superfood You Need to Know About

You made it through the festivities, and I just know your digestive system needs a break. That's why
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The Tiny Superfood You Need to Know About
By Biggi Fraley • Issue #36 • View online
You made it through the festivities, and I just know your digestive system needs a break. That’s why I am sharing some interesting facts and a delicious recipe for a tiny superfood called Chia!
I also had some fun with the 🎤 podcast episode this week, sharing the best lessons learned from Holiday Movies that you can apply all year long. So, please, listen in, and enjoy!
And, don’t miss your special discount on my newly released course “Commit to Change” (see more below). Expires 12/31!
This will be the last issue of 2018, which makes me a little sad, but I am excited for 2019! How about you? What gets you excited about 2019? Just hit reply and let me know.
Please, read on, and enjoy! ❤️

Now, doesn't that look delicious? Make sure to check out the recipe below!
Now, doesn't that look delicious? Make sure to check out the recipe below!
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The holidays are nearly over, and it’s time to get serious about your plans and goals for the next year.
I have created this course, Commit to Change, to help you improve your chances for success, and hope you will take me up on this special offer I have reserved for you, if you take action before this year ends!
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New Podcast Episode: Life Lessons from Classic Holiday Movies
What can holiday movies teach us about how to live better and enjoy more happiness year round? In this episode I share 13 of the most important life lessons from a few old favorites and some other works that may be less well-known.
Click image above to listen now or to read the full transcript of this episode!
Click image above to listen now or to read the full transcript of this episode!
Click the image above to start listening right now, or download episode on 📱 iTunes or 🎤 GooglePlay! And remember to subscribe today! 👈
Also, remember that the full transcripts are available on The Arthritis Coach website (the image above will take you there), if you prefer reading over listening! 📋
Chia: The Tiny Superfood You Need to Know About
Chia seeds are tiny yet mighty in their nutritional benefits. They swell to 10 times their original size when placed in liquid, making them ideal for thickening puddings and smoothies.
Just a few of the tricks up the sleeves of chia seeds:
  • High in omega-3 fatty acids
  • Great source of soluble and insoluble fiber
  • More calcium than milk per serving
  • Higher in antioxidants than blueberries
  • High in vitamins A, B, D and E
  • Loaded with magnesium
  • Good source of protein
  • Easy to digest and assimilate (low in phytates)
  • Help balance blood sugar levels and get rid of sugar cravings
Chia is a true superfood. The direct translation of chia means strength in the Mayan language, and was a valuable food of traditional Mayan, Inca and Aztec people. Apparently they used to trade chia seeds for gold as they were such a valuable source of energy.
Some of my favorite ways to eat chia include soaking them for an hour in coconut milk and a bit of maple syrup and eating that for dessert or breakfast with fresh berries, sprinkling them on salads or soups, adding them to homemade crackers, blending them into my smoothies and of course, delectable chia puddings.
Not only are they highly nutritious, chia seeds are filling and tasty.
[ACTION] Try One of My Favorite Chia Seed Recipes
Strawberry Banana Chia Pudding
Ingredients
  • 2 tablespoons ground chia seeds
  • 1 banana
  • 1 cup strawberries
  • 1 cup unsweetened coconut milk
  • 1 tablespoon shredded coconut
  • 1 tablespoon stevia
Directions
Combine all ingredients in a bowl and chill in refrigerator until the chia turns into a pudding consistency, about 20 minutes.
Add all ingredients to your blender and process until super smooth.
Let me know how you like it!  😃
That’s it for this week. Hopefully, you got some great new ideas for improving your health and arthritis symptoms. As always, remember to give me your feedback below, so I can continue bringing you content you enjoy and use! 😘
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