“Dude, what’s in the jar?”, how the conversation (to someone new to my pre-workout meal routine) usually starts. I’ve had this conversation enough times to get a t-shirt printed (decided to settle for a blog post). The guesses range from fish eggs to exotic indian seeds.


My latest nutrition experiment has been consuming chia seeds as my pre-workout meal of choice. I’ve taken to liking this option so much, that it’s become part of my daily routine.

So, why chia seeds?

2 tablespoons of chia seeds contain:

  • 11 g of fibre
  • 4 g of protein (my base uses whey protein with raw milking, jacking this number up to 15 g)
  • 9 g of Fat
  • 77 mg of Calcium
  • 44 mg of Potassium
  • 1 mg of Zinc

There are plenty of recipes online one can experiment with to find their perfect chia seed pudding.

My variation:

  • 2 tablespoons of chia seeds, soaked overnight in
  • 500-600ml of raw milk (feel free to use coconut milk), 1 scoop of whey protein of choice, 2 tablespoons of raw double cream greek yoghurt.

Use this as your base, you can then top up your jar with literally anything you fancy, fruits, nuts,… go crazy.


find more recipes here

10 Delicious Chia Seed Pudding Recipes



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