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Holistic Nutrition: Avacado Cacao Pudding Recipe

  
  
  
  
  
  

Brooke Mader CHC

Avocado-Cacao Pudding ...in 1 minute
avacado cacao pudding BAM

This takes healthy pudding to a whole new level.

Ingredients:

1 Ripe avocado

2 tbsp cacao

2 tbsp honey

(stevia optional)

1/2 cup thick coconut milk 

Directions:

Place all ingredients in blender. Amounts are optional. If you need more liquid in the blender, add more coconut milk.

Place in the refrigerator for 5 minutes and enjoy. 

So why is this pudding healthy?

Avocadoes are filled with monounsaturated fats that help aid in brain health, blood pressure and weight management. It is the perfect superfood. And thanks to it's creaminess....it's perfect for pudding.

Raw Cacao: A healthy, non processed chocolate that is as close to natural as possible (coming from the cacao bean). Since cacao is not heavily processed, it retains it's flavonoids, boosts brain health and our mood. I sure do feel a lot happier after this meal!

Coconut milk is a healthy fat which contributes to smoother skin, better heart health, lowered cholesterol levels, and coconuts are also a natural antibacterial.

 

holistic_nutritionBrooke Mader CHHC, is a certified holistic health coach and is currently pursuing a master's degree in Nutrition at Maryland University of Integrative Health. Working at NIHA, Brooke is gaining an understanding of the complex role of food and nutrition on our health. She loves to share holistic health tips and integrative medical news from NIHA and around the country via the NIHA facebook page. Follow us and share your health tips!

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