Has a cold or flu got you down? Sipping on a warm cup of herbal tea may be just your cup of tea! Herbal teas used for cold and flu not only help to eliminate the chill but help to alleviate post nasal drip, sinus congestion, sore throats, and fevers. There are many herbs that help to ward off cold and flu viruses and can easily be added to this ‘best tea for a cold’ recipe. I’ve listed some of the most popular herbs you can add to this recipe to boost your immune system and ward off colds and flu. Happy tea time!
Cacao contains a rich supply of antioxidants, fiber, and minerals, especially magnesium. Cacao provides two amino acids, called tryptophan and serotonin, which are the feel-good brain transmitters. If eating chocolate, being healthy and indulging in a guiltless treat is a new concept to you, rejoice and share the great news!
Almond flour is a healthy alternative to a gluten-free diet and is low in carbohydrates, high in fiber and provides a high source of protein. Almond flour is not the same as almond meal. Almond meal is made by grinding almonds with their skins, making it much coarser than almond flour.
Cacao has been enjoyed for its health and invigorating properties in South American cultures for thousands of years. The bean of the cacao plant is a nutritional and flavorful source of chocolate without any added sugar. Cacao contains a rich supply of antioxidants, dietary fiber and is one of the highest sources of dietary magnesium.
This quick and easy recipe makes a wonderful tasty breakfast that you can prepare in advance or take on the go. You can also use chia seeds in recipes for your breakfast, snack or even dessert.