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BodyBanner Hey you. You’re a big kid now. This doesn’t pass for breakfast anymore. chocolate_covered_sugar_bombs_largeReplace that cereal & milk with oatmeal. If you really want to see some tangible improvements in your health, eat like me every morning, and knock out all the chia seeds, flax seed, nuts, and raw honey that you’re supposed to eat in one bowl of UMazingness.

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Every ingredient is good for you. It’ll boost your energy, help your body heal, and make you feel great.

It might just be the healthiest, most energizing way to start your day. One day you’ll be so proud of yourself like this big guy.

Everyone knows that oatmeal is good for you, but most only know about how it lowers cholesterol.

Let’s review the facts. Let’s get edu-macated!

Health Benefits

BodyBannerYour life just got easier. I put together a Costco shopping list for you.

Buy everything on this list and join me in eating your way to your healthiest self.

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Costco now bundles all of their dry organic goods in one area. Look for the green price tag.

Here’s what everything looks like.

50% cheaper than buying direct at Nutiva.com!

50% cheaper than buying direct at Nutiva.com!

Also cheaper than buying direct from Nutiva.com

Also cheaper than buying direct from Nutiva.com

This isn't the same bottle, but it is the same 24oz. $9.99 Costco. $19.99 Nutiva.com

This isn’t the same bottle, but it is the same 24oz. $9.99 Costco. $19.99 Nutiva.com

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This is my favorite oatmeal. I eat it every morning, but it still takes me a few months to tackle this 7lb monster.

$5.29 for 4LBS. It's $3 for 1 LB anywhere else.

$5.29 for 4LBS. It’s $3 for 1 LB anywhere else.

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$12.99

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The daily recommended amount is 1 TBSP.

F$#% that.

You’re better than that. Let’s do 4, and if you’re really overweight, 8 TBSP a day.

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You really can’t go wrong loading up on chia seeds. Even if you don’t have the best diet right now, simply by adding chia seeds you’ll start slimming down and feeling better. Eating chia seeds is like collecting $200 for passing GO–it’s an easy freebie to get you back on track to your optimal body. So go pick some up ASAP and don’t be lazy. There are no excuses with this one.

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This is going on my future driveway.

Health Benefits:

In addition to being packed with Omega-3s, fiber, and being the highest source of protein of any seed or grain, it also has

  • anti-inflammatory properties
  • 18% daily recommended amount of calcium
  • 27% daily recommended amount of phosphorus
  • 30% daily recommended amount of manganese
  • copper, iron, molybdenum, niacin, zinc

“But Matthew, how do you expect me to eat 4 TBSP a day?!” 

Easy.

  • Toss a couple spoonfuls into your oatmeal.
Mix it all up. It tastes amazing!

This is the delicious way I start my mornings. It only has the best of the best in it—every ingredient tastes great and makes me healthier. The chia seeds are buried in there somewhere…

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