Immune Boosting Chia Pudding

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Immune Boosting Chia Pudding

With the stress and hustle of the holidays upon us and for so many of us, this also means traveling, our immune systems are certainly working overtime right now to keep balance within our body and to promote overall wellness and vitality.

It’s inevitable we are exposed to more this time of year and our immune system often struggles in these compromised settings. With or without travel, this busy time puts an extra stress on our bodies, which in turn can stress our immune systems. Besides the usual basics, like staying hydrated, getting lots of sleep, treating your body well with nutrient-rich fresh, whole foods and some much needed movement, I also think any extra boosts you can include, certainly can’t hurt and should be considered whenever possible.

Immune Boosting Chia Pudding

This Immune Boosting Chia Pudding features ALOHA’s Protect Tea, an herbal tea featuring echinacea, elderberry, and elderflower combine their powers with ancient Ayurvedic herbs, perfect for bolstering your defenses. Plus it incorporates the beneficial probiotics, microbes and fermented goodness from the kefir, which is also a rich source of various vitamins, minerals and essential amino acids that promote healing and repair, as well as general health maintenance. This satisfying pudding is sweetened with raw honey and it features cinnamon, both of which contain antibacterial/antiseptic properties. Finally, the chia seeds, which are great for sustained energy, they also boast cell protecting antioxidants, minerals and protein, plus they are an incredible source of fiber and Omega-3 essential fatty acids.

This chia pudding makes the perfect breakfast, a wonderful snack or you can pack it up to-go on the road with you, keeping your immunity in tip top shape as you travel!

Immune Boosting Chia Pudding

Grab the recipe for this Immune Boosting Chia Pudding on the ALOHA website 


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2 Responses

  1. kim says:

    can this be made w/ nut milk instead? thx!

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