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Omega whipped milk - Recipe

Omega whipped milk



  • 1 1/2 cups vanilla almond milk

  • 3 tbsp chia seeds

  • 1 tbsp honey or maple syrup

  • 1/2 cup mango

  • 1/2 cup strawberries



  1. Inflate the chia seeds in a little milk for about 3 minutes.

  2. Place all ingredients in a blender until smooth.


Good to know

The chia seed, comes from the Plant Salvia Hispanica, and is native to Peru in Central America. It is a small seed with more or less dark colors that brings a real energy source Additional. Colour only influences taste: dark seeds have a more pronounced taste and pale ones have a neutral taste. Chia seed is rich in essential fatty acids omega 3, this is why it is widely used in the composition of dishes: for health, it has the advantage of being as rich in soluble fibre, which is ideal for control blood cholesterol and blood sugar and also, to make people feel full. Its omega 3s give it a anti-inflammatory virtue. It is the seed that contains the most antioxidants that help fight against premature aging. It contains 14% amino or protein base acids and 39% fiber.


Alternative for people in a hurry: Lin

This seed contains an oil very rich in omega 3 and in Lignans. Lignans have virtues against certain cancers while omega 3s are anti-inflammatory. Lignans are phenolic compounds that have common characteristics with sex hormones, allowing them to bind to estrogen receptors. They are also called phytoestrogens. They can also be called antioxidants. Lignans are powerful antioxidants that help fight free radicals. They mitigate previously occurring cancer changes and make them less likely to proliferate uncontrolled and cause cancer. They are composed of 18% amino acids (protein base) and 27% fiber but also lignans, not present in chia.


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