Natureboy’s Superfood Chia Pudding: A Raw Food Recipe by Nick “Natureboy” Stern

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“I love this recipe because it provides me with a good balance of protein, fats, and carbohydrates. Plus it’s loaded with Omega-3s, antioxidants, and fiber. It’s a great post workout recovery meal.”

Natureboy’s Superfood Chia Pudding – A Raw Recipe from Nick Stern, aka Natureboy

Serves: 2

Prep Time: 30 minutes

Step 1:
8 oz. of spring water
Handful of soaked raw organic Goji Berries (soaked overnight)
1 capful of Sunwarrior Liquid Light
2 scoops of Sunwarrior Protein or Warrior Blend (vanilla)
1 tbsp of raw organic Coconut Oil
Dash of raw organic Cinnamon

Blend mixture in a high capacity blender

Step 2:
Stir in 5 tbsp of raw organic Chia Seeds

Let soak for 20 minutes until it thickens

Add fresh organic berries (raspberries, blueberries, and blackberries)
Add fresh green apple (cubed)
Add raw organic walnuts (crushed)

Kev’s Comments:

I’ve spent plenty of time with Nick and I can tell you his enthusiasm is contagious. He’s definitely fun to be around and for his age, he’s in better shape than most 25 years old guys I know.

Nick’s recipe here is simple and easy to make. If you don’t have the protein or the Liquid Light, you don’t have to use it, but it’s great to add them if you are athletic (or need more minerals) or are a protein type like I am — someone who burns through calories super-fast.

Nick Stern

Nick Stern

Nick “Natureboy” Stern is the co-founder of SunWarrior. His strong business background and athletic ability combined with an enthusiastic entrepreneurship spirit have enabled him to establish multiple successful environmentally friendly companies. He is quickly becoming recognized as a leading longevity expert with over 30 years of experience in fitness, raw food and superfood nutrition. To learn more about Nick ‘Natureboy’ Stern, visit his website by clicking here.


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  1. suzanne says:

    I make something similar after drinking my AM green smoothie (w/Sunwarrior Protein, Barley and Ormus Greens). Without rinsing the VitaMix, I grate an apple in there and then add that to my T. of chia seed that has been soaking in a bowl, for 10 min. I then add a handful of coconut, a T. of hemp seed, some nuts/seeds, cinnamon, maybe some buckwheat sprouts. optional: liquid stevia, plain yogurt, coconut milk, raisins, berries. I wait an hr. or 2 to eat this after the smoothie. The next day, I leave out the apple and buckwheat and use oats instead w/all the other goodies. This is so good and filling. I have wondered about mixing the yogurt in as I want to avoid too much dairy, and the food-combining issue. However, my body tells me it is ok.

  2. Jayvanthy says:

    Hi Kevin,
    THis response is regarding the film “Hungry for Change”. It just wouldn’t download (or whatever the technical term is) after 1hr 3mins 21secs.
    Whatever part of the film I could view was great.Could you check with the organisers or guide me yourself how to see the balance film.I waited on net for over 45mins, but it just wouldn’t move. This was about 50 mins to an hour ago.
    I hope you will be able to help me before the offer is over !! Heee…

    Thanks & Regards

  3. Janet Kent says:

    I had simmilar problem so I closed everything and rebooted my pc and that fixed things for me . Iwas then able to watch the film. It has great info but it would have been even better if a list of foods that can be eaten daily had been made available.

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