Mango smoothie with coconut milk and chia seeds
Mango smoothie with coconut milk and chia seeds – a delicious drink
4 tbsp of coconut milk
4 tsp of almond flakes
2 tbsp of chia seeds
1 tsp of coconut flakes
optional: a banana.
Delicious and refreshing tropical mango coconut smoothie made with mango, chia seeds, and coconut milk. Perfect treat!
Peel the mango, cut into cubes and place in blender with coconut milk and mix for 1 minute. Add the almond flakes in the blender and mix again another minute. Finally; throw into the composition the chia seeds; mix a little longer and the smoothie is ready. Pour into a glass; sprinkle with coconut flakes and drink a glass of exotic health.
The pulp (fresh and dry); milk, water and oil; all offered by this coconut walnut; have truly incredible curative properties. Officially named Cocos Nucifera, grows abundantly in Malaysia, Polynesia, Southeast Asia, the Caribbean and other tropical areas. Encountered for the first time by Spanish conquerors;they named the wonderful “coconut” because they thought it looked like a smiling face.
The coconut has been appreciated for his properties since ancient times;and his name in Sanskrit is “the one that offers life all is needed.” This is because the coconut has multiple uses: it provides food (pulp, milk used for soups and curry, roasted oil); moisturizing (water and milk); serves to sweeten various preparations; applied topically protects the skin from UV rays, and from its leaves are braided baskets, decorations and accessories. Among its many benefits; we mention: it fights effectively against infections of any nature!
Lauric acid;a unique fatty acid; especially abundant in coconut oil; neutralizes various pathogens: bacteria; viruses and fungi. It is especially effective against Staphylococci and Candida alibicans fungus (responsible for the development of genital, oral, skin, severe tooth problems, disequilibrium between good and bad bacteria in the intestines, and can cause complications for people with a compromised immune system ). Moreover; coconut oil strengthens the immune system and can be a complementary treatment useful for people who are experiencing serious infections such as hepatitis.
About the mango
The mango fruit is a drupe that can be found in various shapes and colors (yellow, red, green, orange). Its size and taste vary according to the variety, and its numerous benefits are due to the multiple vitamins and minerals present in the fruit.
100 grams of mango contains 60 calories; 0.82 grams of protein; 0.38 grams of fat; 14.98 grams of carbohydrates (of which 13.66 grams of sugar) and 1.6 grams of fiber; 36 , 4 mg of vitamin C; 54 micrograms of vitamin A and 43 micrograms of folic acid.
Mango also contains vitamin B-6; vitamin K, potassium, calcium, and iron, as well as antioxidants such as zeaxanthin and betacarotene.
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