Line seed with Greek yoghurt, for improved digestion…or supported peristaltic movements.

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4 raspberries

2 tbsp water

2 dropps of stevia

2 tbsp whole flax seeds (I add up to 1 dl flax seeds actually, and more water – just be sure to drink enough with them)

– blend together and let sit for a minute to thicken some (not necessary, but nice)

Then add 1-2 tbsp greek yoghurt

1 tbsp coconut flakes

Optional: add in a tbsp of MCT oil (or melted coconut oil) for brain support – for degenerative disease prevention

Add more water if it gets too thick.

– this gets the stomach in shape!

Suggestion: I keep my raspberries in the freezer. In the mornings I add about 4 or 5 raspberries in a little tea cup and pour over just a dash of boiling water to have them de-frosted. About 1-2 tbsp of water and i mash the raspberries to pieces with the teaspoon.  Then I add in 1-2 tbsp of greek yoghurt, 2 drops of liquid stevia (not too much, stevia is terrible if you add too much and it is so high concentration in many products!). Then I add in maybe 2-3 tbsp of whole flax seeds and 1 tbsp of shredded dry coconut and blend. My objective is to make it into almost a porridge like consistency. If I put the blend a side for a few minutes it thickens moderately which I like.  Again this really keeps the stomach in shape (helps peristaltic of the intestines).

I choose raspberries as they are delicious and so very low in carbohydrates. It is also  nice doing this on a little grated apple with a pinch of cinnamon. Btw. Remember to drink plenty (1-2 glasses of water) in combination with this little meal, especially if you go for adding the larger amount of flax seeds. The flax seeds helps the stomach by forming a gel in the gut which protects the intestinal lining and creates “bulk”. 

Regular bowel movements are good to reduce the risk of toxins reabsorbed in the lower intestines, which is typically the case in constipation. 

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