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50 Best Healthy Chia Seed Recipes | Eat This Not That

50 Best Chia Seed Recipes for Weight Loss Get inspired with these creative ways to add one of the most super of superfoods to your diet. By Eat This, Not That! Editors February 1, 2016 Acclaimed but mysterious, chia seeds are the Tesla of superfoods: Youve probably heard a lot about them in passing but dont fully understand what theyre all about. Well, in short, theyre something you should run-dont-walk to the store to get. One ounce of chia seeds provides 11 grams of fiber and 4 grams of protein, with only 129 calories and 9 grams of fat. Theyre one of the best plant-based sources of omega-3 fatty acids, which quell inflammation through the body and can help you lose inches of belly fat. The seeds rich fiber content can suppress appetite and prevent afternoon hangries and midnight snacking. Their unique balance of protein, fats and fiber give you long-lasting energy. Coolest of all: They absorb water, expanding to up to 10 times their weight in liquid, helping you feel full and fueled. (Theyre a great pre-workout food.) As chia seeds are digested, they actually release water, keeping you hydrated! Pretty sci-fi, huh? Now it should be clear why we call chia seeds a superfood. The Continue reading >>

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  1. Operator23

    A friend of mine has been trying to convince me to start doing HCG, to accelerate my weightloss. I've been doing keto for a few months now, and have lost about 50lbs. But I wouldn't mind speeding the process up. I've got around 140 more lbs to go before I'm at goal. Thoughts?

  2. mrcaucasian

    You didn't put the weight on overnight, you can't take it off overnight.

  3. ilovemyhusband

    Isn't it starvation? 500 calories and the shots are meant to suppress appetite

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This week in Raquels kitchen, Wifey for Lifey aims to satisfy Dames sweet tooth with a Chia Seed Chocolate Pudding. If you didnt know, cooking with superfoods like chia seeds is very beneficial for diabetics as they help naturally lower blood sugar. Be sure to add in a little cacao for that chocolaty taste, coconut milk for smoothness, and agave for that sweet kick. And voila! Now you have a great dessert or late night snack. For the Full 20-Min Episodes head to DameDashStudios.com Recipe and more info can be found at DashDiabetesNetwork.com

Blended Chocolate Chia Seed Pudding

Kickstart your health journey with my FREE ebook The Art of the Family Dinner You are here: Home / Recipes / Blended Chocolate Chia Seed Pudding Sometimes, you just want to enjoy a treat that doesnt make you feel guilty. Or yucky. Or fat. Or in a diabetic coma from pounding your system with truckloads of sugar. I know, I know Im so high-maintenance. Were in a season of needing to take the path of least resistance with our diet, so Im not personally eating dairy-free at the moment. I do know that my body doesnt tolerate dairy amazingly well, however, so I tend to limit my intake to cheese, yogurt, and butter. I like to use non-dairy milks (except for soy, which is on my avoid-like-the-plague list, like margarine, trans-fat, and MSG) whenever I am making something that calls for milk. Ive tried many non-dairy milks on the market today, and Ive even made my own almond milk and coconut milk from scratch, however in busy seasons I tend to buy it from the store instead. Silk is one of my favorite brands to buy because it doesnt contain carageenan a controversial additive linked with intestinal and gut damage. I also love that its non-GMO. When those treat cravings hit and I need somethi Continue reading >>

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    I was sort of in the same boat. I started Metformin 3 months ago and stuck with it for those three months but I was MISERABLE! (Mind you this is just MY personal experience and this does NOT happen to everyone who uses Metformin.) But I had terrible side effects from Met. And I used opks through both cycles (I only had two while on it, one cycle 48 days long, the other 51). For both cycles the opks would be clearly positive during two points in my cycle. Once during the beginning of the cycle and once during the end of the cycle. I'm guessing it was picking up my LH surges but I have no confirmation whether I actually ovulated or not (I don't temp). But I'm betting I didn't ovulate at all, no O signs whatsoever. So I stopped taking the Met & started taking Vitex (a natural herb). I have 'atypical' PCOS, meaning I'm not overweight, my testosterone level isn't out of control but it is kind of high, I don't have any rapid or significant amount of facial hair growth, and only received this diagnosis in about 3.5 months ago with a transvaginal ultrasound and after doing blood work. I had a DD who I conceived naturally within 3 months (I was NTNP at that time but I was a newlywed and we were only married for three months when I found out I was expecting). I know I wrote you a novel but I searched so long for people with similar experiences and the more they shared the more I felt I wasn't alone in this. Hope this helps! Good luck!

  2. CandAsmith

    I'm a pcos lady with metformin use. I did 1 month with just metformin... no ovulation and no folicule growth. Next month metformin and clomid (250mg)... no ovulation and no folicule growth. This month metformin and letrozole (7.5mg) I had 2 eggs and ovulated on cd12. I've also been taking coq10. It will happen. Just have to find the right combination of drugs that work for you. Friday I will have my answer if this round ended with a bfp

  3. Midasachilles

    I have PCOS. Was not able to conceive with metformin alone (although it works for many) I conceived my son with metformin, follistem, and IUI. My RE recommended clear blue non digital OPKs. I got a lot of false positives with other types.

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Learn how to make Fresh Strawberry Syrup and Strawberry Soda! Visit http://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2012/0... for the ingredients! Plus, more info and over 700 additional original video recipes. I hope you enjoy this Fresh Strawberry Syrup and Strawberry Soda Recipe!

Lemon-strawberry Chia Seed Muffins

Lemon-Strawberry Chia Seed Muffins are egg-free and flavored with Lemon and Strawberries with the added benefit of white whole wheat flour and Chia Seeds!It is alsolow-carb, low sugar, and absolutely delicious! Did you know that Chia Seeds were good for diabetics? I knew they were good for you in general, full of omega 3 fatty acids, antioxidants, and vitamins, but I did not realize that they also help the body to regulate carbohydrates. Once the seeds are ingested, they form a barrier in the stomach which in turn slows the ingestion of sugar in the bloodstream. Another benefit is continued energy, not just a burst! This is great news for me to have come across for Grumpys sake! I look so forward to the Diabetic Living magazine showing up on my nook and the most recent issue had this recipe in it. Usually, when I get my magazine, the first thing I do is go through it and bookmark recipes I find interesting and that I want to try. It had only been a couple of days since the magazine showed up on my bookshelf and I couldnt wait any longer, I had to make these delicious muffins! This recipe calls for ground Chia seeds. Grumpy is always telling me that he thinks my Chia seeds are disg Continue reading >>

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    The A1C is a blood test that shows how well your diabetes management plan is working. Here's how to reach a healthy A1C number and avoid diabetes complications.
    Taking the A1C Test
    If your diabetes is well controlled and your blood sugar levels have remained stable, the American Diabetes Association recommends that you have the A1C test two times each year. A1C test results provide insight into how your treatment plan is working or might be modified to better control the condition. Your doctor may want to run the test as often as every three months if your A1C is not within your target range.

  2. MrsCDogg

    Try some nuts for your protein too. If you are having tofu as your main source of protein then you are having some carbs. All vegetables have carbs. It's just a matter of choosing the right ones that won't raise your blood sugars. Nuts are a great source of protein, fiber and some of them are loaded with the good omega oils too. Good luck with your battle to lower your A1c.

  3. cottoncandybaby

    Veggies that have carbs would be the starchy kind like peas, corn, of course potatoes. I eat a lot of broccoli, green beans, zucchini, even half of a sweet potato, to add variety. I think the diabetic diet is a lot like the old Adkins diet, which I used to do to lose weight. High protien, low carb. For a treat, I have sugar free jello with whipped cream on top, almost no carbs at all and satisfies my sweet cravings. I have eggs for breakfast, several mornings a week, but don't want to overdo them, so I do have cereal once or twice a week, usually Special K with strawberries or plain cheerios, with low fat milk.

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