This post came about because I just returned from an event at Active Hive and was treated to a wonderful sight of Chia Seed Pudding.
I know each jar of these Chia Seed pudding contains a lot of goodness in them and I was thinking, “Perhaps I should consider having them as my breakfast? Or make overnight oats so that the hubs could bring it to his office instead of always having sandwich as his meal?”
You see, I’m a bit concerned for him because his metabolic age was 57 at a recent body composition analysis at Active Hive and his Visceral Fat Percentage is 14 which is alarming. Thankfully, he was willing to start working out together with his wife using the Minus Calories workout. #sorrynotsponsored. And I thought it was a good start as we take baby steps to gain back our stamina and health.
To take a step further, perhaps we could have alternatives to our breakfast?
There are really a lot of resources available on the internet with regard to overnight oats so I’m going to be lazy and just post the pictures and links to the ones that I would be trying out because they are so easy to prepare!
This one promises to fight the bloat! Must try!
This will be made when I need some chai to spice up my life.
Because I’m a fan of pecan nuts, so this will be in my menu.
I need my daily caffeine fix, so this is welcome.
Because blueberries are on offer now, so this makes it to the list as well.
I think I shall do the grocery tomorrow and start my overnight oats adventure! School reopens tomorrow. All the best!