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The yogurt craze seems to prevail, and many passionately profess they can’t give it up, even with dairy ranking as one of the top food allergens and linked to inflammation. So I’ve created a fabulous alternative for those choosing to minimize or avoid it completely. This silky and creamy blend is augmented with calcium, iron, and omega 3 and fiber-rich chia seeds. (It’s a hands-down winner over yogurt in my view!) As it’s made from a base of organic silken tofu, I’ve included a link below if you have concerns with using soy products. This too can be a food allergen for some, yet my experience and research has revealed the challenge with soy for most relates to GMO versions as well as the permeation of soy derivatives in many processed foods. Give this a taste test and let me know what you think. Its super easy to make and my sense is you’ll love it, feel refueled, and yes, digestion will actually be augmented rather than impaired.

To your health and fabulous foods consumption and honoring, Teri.

Make this a few hours or the night before you plan to eat it. The recipe can be doubled or cut in half (I did and whipped this up in my small personal Oster blender). It’s fast, easy, yummy, and a perfect alternative to yogurt. Besides being rich in protein and omega 3s, there is the bonus of added iron, fiber, and adaptogenic phytoestrogens that help balance hormone levels.

For more info on soy: http://foodrevolution.org/blog/the-truth-about-soy/


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