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Berry chia seed pudding

Brought to you by Bare Health Studio

Brought to you by the team at Bare Health Studio you’ll enjoy this healthy breakfast treat. Chia seeds are a wonderful base for a nutritious breakfast because they are bursting with soluble fibre, complete protein and essential fatty acids. Served in repurposed jars, these are a great to make in batches ahead of time for an easy low-fuss, nourishing brekky.

Serves 1


3 tbsp chia seeds

1 cup preferred milk

1-2 tsp honey or maple syrup (or preferred sweetener)

1 pinch of cinnamon

½ cup frozen berries

Topping: A sprinkle of granola, seeds, nuts, shredded coconut, nut butter, cacao nibs or whatever you have on hand


In a bowl or jar combine chia seeds, milk, sweetener, frozen berries and cinnamon allow to sit for thirty minutes or overnight in the fridge. Garnish however you’d like.

About the Author

Bare Health Studio was founder by clinical nutritionist, Anushka Malcolm and clinical naturopath, Lily Zurlino.
Bare Health Studio offers 1:1 nutrition and naturopathy services. Their 100% online platform takes the inconvenience out of attending appointments.

Bare Health Studio practitioners understand modern day needs, their aim is to make natural health accessible, easy to understand, and easy to integrate into daily life.
Bare health Studio is are currently running a seasonal special, the Bare Immune Bundle to support your immune health and ramp up your body’s defence.

This recipe comes from the Bare Immune Bundle Ebook created by Bare Health Studio as part of the Bare Immune Bundle, the current seasonal special.

Rather than waiting until you’re hit with cold and flu symptoms, support your immune function now to ramp up it’s defence and have you more resilient on a continual basis. Modern living can lead us to low immune health. Stress, lack of sleep and exercise, and more time spent in doors can negatively affect our immune health. Similarly, inadequate nutrition and a high sugar intake contribute to decreased immune function. Thankfully, there are lots of healthy habits that you can adopt to support your immune health and help you stay well over the Autumn and Winter months.