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These tropical chia popsicles actually battle bloat


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Ice cream is basically the official snack of summer—but the resulting bloat is your number-one beach-day buzzkill.

What if you could get your sweet fix from something that actually improved your gut health situation? Four words: Tropical Raw Beauty Popsicles.

With digestion-friendly enzymes and probiotics from HUM Nutrition’s Raw Beauty Coconut & Pineapple Tropical Infusion (a superfood powder that’s also packed with antioxidants and energizing adaptogens), it’s a nutrient-dense take on your fave old-school treat.

Along with juicy fruit (mango and pineapple), healthy fats (chia seeds), and non-dairy milk (coconut or almond milk), the icy pops are a hot-weather must-have.

Click here to snag the full recipe, and score a free sample of Raw Beauty (plus 20 percent off your order!) with code WGSUMMER.

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