Jennifer Hanway

Enliven Your Lightest, Brightest You.

Jennifer Hanway is a Holistic Nutritionist, Bio Signature Modulation Practitioner and Certified Personal Trainer, originally from London but now living in Newton Centre and working in Back Bay, Boston.

Filtering by Category: Blog

Gut Healing: Veggie Packed Chicken Noodle Soup

It’s National Chicken Noodle Soup Day, and I’ve created a veggie packed, gut healing version for you that is perfect for lunch or a light evening meal. This recipe is perfect for those following my 28 Day Guided Gut Healing Program, as I’ve used my favorite Bare Bones Broth and replaced the arb heavy noodles with spaghetti squash to keep it low carb and packed full of fibre, vitamins and minerals. 

 

Gut Healing Chicken Noodle Soup

 makes 4 servings 

·     2 tablespoons coconut oil 

·     1 onion, finely chopped, 

·     4 carrots, diced

·     4 stalks celery, diced

·     ¼ teaspoon Himalayan salt

·     ¼ teaspoon black pepper 

·     32oz Bare Bones Broth Chicken Bone Broth  (use code JHANWAY15 for a 15% discount)

·     2 cups cooked spaghetti squash

·     4 cups cooked shredded chicken 

·     2 bay leaves

·     2 tablespoons chopped parsley

·     1 tablespoon dried rosemary

·     1 tablespoon thyme

Heat the coconut oil in a deep skillet or Dutch oven and sautéed the onion, carrots and celery for about 3-4 minutes, or until soft. Add in the chicken, bone broth, herbs and salt and pepper and simmer for 5 minutes, or until the vegetables are soft. 

This recipe is 100% compliant with my 28 Day Guided Gut Healing Program - find out more here!

28 Day Guided Gut Healing Program

Eat Beautiful: Brains and Beauty Superfood Smoothie

I'm naming today's breakfast my 'Brains and Beauty Superfood Smoothie' as it is packed full of polyphenols, the anti-antioxidants that help minimize free radical damage to your cells. 

These free radicals are one of the major causes of skin aging, and cause systemic inflammation, which as we know can effect everything from gut health, hormone balance and cognitive function. Polyphenols are also a great source of BDNF - Brain Derived Neurotrophic Factor, a protein that helps you grow new brain cells. 

Polyphenols are mostly found in dark red, purple and brown foods, and blueberries and cacao have some of the highest amounts. Pair this smoothie with a cup of organic, low acid coffee for even more anti-oxidant action! 

Brains and Beauty Superfood Smoothie

* 2 tablespoons hemp seeds 
*1/2 cup blueberries (fresh or frozen)
*1 cup spinach (fresh or frozen)
*1 cup cauliflower rice (frozen)
*1 tablespoon cacao powder (I love @terrasoul) 
*1 tablespoon ground flaxseed
*1 tablespoon coconut cream
*1/4 tablespoon cinnamon
*1.5 cups coconut milk 

Place all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth. Top with cacao nibs for some extra crunch!

Get Your Great Fats With New Chapter’s Wholemega Whole Fish Oil

This post is written in partnership with New Chapter, however all opinions are my own. I only work with and recommend companies whose products I love, and I’m so excited to share these with you!

 Good fats? Consider these great fats! 

We need omega fatty acids on a cellular level for optimal health and wellbeing. Every cell in our body has a lipid bilayer, which is a cellular membrane containing everything the cell needs for nutrient and energy transfer and for communication. To keep the integrity of the structure of the cell wall we need a balance of fats in our body, including Omega’s 3, 6, 7 and 9. 

These great fats are also needed for brain health, nerve health, joint health, eye health, mood and cognitive function, and cardiovascular health. High levels of omega 3 fats in tissue has even been shown to help against environmental free radical exposure. Omegas are also a huge part of the body’s inflammatory response and work as signalling molecules to ensure a balanced inflammatory response. Inflammation is the root cause of most chronic disease, and we should all be prioritizing inflammation modulating foods, supplements and lifestyle behaviours as one of the keys to optimum health. 

 Omega’s 3 and 6 are what we all know as Essential Fatty Acids, or EFA’s, meaning that they are not made directly by the body. We need to be consuming them in our diet to ensure adequate amounts for all the numerous metabolic processes they are needed for. Great food sources of essential fatty acids include oily fish, chia seeds, flax seeds, avocados and leafy greens. 

IMG_6511.JPG


When we eat plant based foods with Omega 6 and Omega 3 fatty acids by consuming them in the forms of Linoleic Acid and Alpha Linolenic acid. To convert these into EPA and DHA, which are the most beneficial forms of Omegas for health, our body has to go through a complicated and rather inefficient enzymatic process which can use up valuable micronutrients. 

Further down this enzymatic chain, EFA’s can be converted to eicosanoids, which are a vital part of our immune and inflammation response.

 Even when we consume Omega 6 and Omega 3 rich foods (such as oily fish like salmon and mackerel) we would need to be eating them at least 3 times a week for levels beneficial for health, which is something I know neither my clients nor I do on a regular basis! 

 I recommend that all my clients take a daily fish oil supplement such as New Chapter’s Wholemega Whole Fish Oil as I know it will support their health goals. When we supplement with a good quality fish oil, such as Wholemega Whole Fish Oil, we are getting the EPA, DHA and other Omega 3’s, 5’s, 7’s and 9’s in their fully converted state, meaning we do not need to use precious enzymes and other co-factors such as vitamins and minerals (which may be needed elsewhere in the body) to convert them to their most effective form. When taken daily, a week of Wholemega actually provides Omegas equivalent to 3 servings of wild salmon, which is right on target with recommendations. 

IMG_6527.JPG

New Chapter’s Wholemega Whole Fish Oil comes from 100% wild caught Alaskan Salmon and includes 17 omega fatty acids (including Omega-3s EPA and DHA, and Omega 9s which most people do not consume enough of in their diets), Vitamin D3, and Astaxanthin, an antioxidant. What I particularly love about Wholemega is that it’s 100% sustainably caught Wild Alaskan Salmon oil, so I know that it’s an ocean-friendly choice as well as a healthy one. 

And whilst I highly recommend supplementing with New Chapter’s Wholemega Whole Fish Oil to ensure optimum levels of essential fatty acids, we can still benefit our health and vitality by doing double duty and adding great fat boosting and inflammation modulation foods to our diet! And even better, they can taste delicious too! 

Wild Alaskan Salmon Salad with New Chapter Fermented Turmeric Tahini Probiotic Dressing 

For the salad:

·      1 fillet wild Alaskan salmon, grilled

·      2 cups leafy greens 

·      1 cup finely sliced beets

·      1 cup pickled carrots

·      ½ cup toasted pumpkin seeds 

 

For the dressing:

 ·      1 serving New Chapter Fermented Turmeric Booster Powder

·      2 tablespoons unsweetened coconut yoghurt

·      Juice of half a lemon

·      Pinch Himalayan salt

·      Pinch black pepper 

Place all dressing ingredients in a mason jar and shake well. Place all salad ingredients in a large bowl and dress, ensuring all ingredients are coated thoroughly. 

 

References:  

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0889159118302204

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0952327816302137

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S221295881730157X

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0165032717320141




Valentine’s Day Tahini and Goji Berry Bites with New Chapter’s Fermented Maca Booster Powder

Not just for Valentine’s Day, these delicious Tahini and Goji Berry Bites with New Chapter’s Fermented Maca Booster Powder are packed full of great fats, plant based protein and gut health boosting fibre, combined with the energy and vitality boosting benefits of my favorite New Chapter Fermented Maca Booster Powder.

IMG_6329.JPG


 They are so easy to make with no cooking required, and can be stored in the refrigerator for up to a week, and the freezer for up to a month, although they get eaten within days (sometimes hours) in my house! This recipe is super flexible too and you can add chopped nuts, coconut butter and even cacao nibs depending on what you have in the pantry at home.

I love to use tahini as a great alternative to regular nut butter - in my opinion it is such an unsung superfood hero! It’s packed full of Omega 6 fatty acids, a group of essential fats that you can only get from dietary sources, that help ensure a healthy inflammatory response and keep your cell walls permeable for energy transfer and cellular communication. It is also an amazing source of some of the much-needed minerals that our western day diets are woefully lacking in, including zinc, magnesium, copper, phosphorus, manganese and iron.

 Hemp seeds provide plant based protein and help to balance the higher fat content of this nutrient dense snack. Hemp seeds are an great source of Gamma Linoleic Acid or GLA, one of the active forms of Omega 6 fatty acids that is rarely found in other food sources. GLA is used by the body to produce prostaglandins that help regulate immune function, manage inflammation, and it can help to alleviate PMS and menopause symptoms.

 Ground flaxseed gives this superfood snack some crunch and texture, whilst helping boost digestion and detoxification thanks in part to its high concentration of lignans, compounds that act like a sponge whilst moving through the GI tract.

 Antioxidant and phytochemical rich goji berries add a pop of colour and sweetness whilst still keeping this recipe low in fructose and carbohydrates, and coconut oil adds satiating, energy rich medium chain triglycerides that help ensure a heathy cellular membrane.

 Rounding off this superstar line up of health boosting whole foods is New Chapter’s Fermented Maca Booster Powder, which I keep on my countertop at all times to add to lattes, smoothies and healthy snacks such as this one.

 New Chapter’s patented fermentation process uses clinically studied probiotics that ensures my body can use and assimilate all of the energy, endurance and vitality boosting benefits of maca powder at a cellular level, whilst making this booster powder easily digestible and absorbable (remember, you are not what you eat, but what you absorb). *

 And as Maca was traditionally used as an aphrodisiac, it’s the perfect addition to any Valentine’s Day recipe!

 Tahini and Goji Berry Bites with New Chapter’s Fermented Maca Booster Powder

·       ½ cup coconut oil

·       ½ cup tahini

·       ¼ cup hemp seeds

·       ¼ cup ground flaxseed

·       10 drops stevia or 1 teaspoon raw honey

·       ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon

·       ½ teaspoon vanilla extract

·       ¼ teaspoon Himalayan salt

·       ¼ cup goji berries

·       1 serving New Chapter Fermented Maca Booster Powder

Boil 1 cup of water, and soak goji berries whilst preparing the rest of the ingredients.

Melt together the coconut oil and tahini in a pan on the stove top, and stir until fully combined. Stir in the hemp seeds, ground flaxseed, sweetener of choice, vanilla, cinnamon, Himalayan salt and New Chapter Fermented Maca Booster Powder, then drain the goji berries and stir these into the mixture too.


Line a freezer safe dish (I used an 8.1 x 5.9 x 11.9 inches) with parchment paper, or use an ice cube tray (like the cute heart shaped one I used in honour of Valentine’s Day), then pour in the mixture. Freeze for a minimum of 4 hours (if you can wait that long), then remove from the freezer and slice if needed.

 

 *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

References:

 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12472620

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16201847

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3033240/

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30728882

 

 

 

 

 

Gut Healing: Morocan Baked Turkey Meatballs with Lemon and Dill Yoghurt Sauce

Moroccan Baked Turkey Meatballs with Lemon and Dill Sauce

This is one of my absolute favourite recipes to make at the moment - its light and bright but super filling, and I love to serve it over zucchini noodles (zoodles), or cauliflower rice.

I highly recommend making a double batch of meatballs as they are a great ‘grab and go’ option for when time is tight and can be served with a salad, soup or in a veggie wrap, and I love the sauce as a sneaky way to get the microbiome boosting probiotics in without even thinking about it!

Moroccan Baked Turkey Meatballs with Lemon and Dill Yoghurt Sauce

Makes 8-10 meatballs

  • 2 flaxseed ‘eggs’ (mix 2 tablespoons ground flaxseed with 6 tablespoons warm water and leave to thicken)

  • 1 lb turkey mince

  • 2 cloves garlic, diced

  • 1 teaspoon cumin

  • 1 teaspoon allspice

  • ¼ cup cilantro, finely chopped

  • ¼ teaspoon Himalayan salt

  • ¼ teaspoon black pepper

Preheat oven to 400 degrees.

Mix all ingredients well in a large bowl or food processor. Shape into 8-10 meatballs.

Lightly spray a baking sheet with avocado oil, place meatballs on the sheet and bake meatballs for 20 minutes.

Lemon and Dill Yoghurt Sauce

  • 1 cup non dairy yoghurt

  • ¼ cup dill, finely chopped

  • Juice and zest of 1 lemon

  • Pinch Himalayan salt and black pepper

Mix all ingredients well and drizzle over the meatballs.  

This is one of the bonus recipes from my 28 Day Guided Gut Healing Program, which contains over 50 delicious and easy to make recipes that have been specially designed to heal your gut and rebalance your microbiome. For more information head to:

https://www.jenniferhanway.com/28-day-gut-healing-plan/




Gut Healing Smoothie: Chocolate Chocolate Chip

I'm obsessed with the health benefits of cacao, and let's be real, who doesn't want to have chocolate for breakfast? 

Raw, organic cacao is packed full of antioxidants and polyphenols that can protect us from environmental toxins, contains flavonoids that reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease, is rich in calming magnesium and mood-boosting theobromine, and can even raise levels of our feel-good neurotransmitters serotonin and dopamine. And as for gut health? Well, a recent study showed that eating cacao can even increase the number of good bacteria in our microbiome! 

I've paired organic cacao with blood sugar stabilizing cinnamon and a pinch of adrenal boosting Himalayan salt, which not only ramps up the health benefits of this smoothie but makes it taste incredible too...

Chocolate Chocolate Chip Gut Healing Smoothie 

  • 20g collagen powder

  • 1 tablespoon cacao powder

  • 1 tablespoon cacao nibs

  • 1 tablespoon crunchy almond butter

  • 2 tablespoons flaxseed

  • 1 cup spinach

  • ½ zucchini

  • ½ teaspoon vanilla extract

  • ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon

  • 1.5 cups almond milk

Place all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth.

This smoothie, and over 50 more specifically designed gut healing recipes is from my 28 Day Guided Gut Healing Program - to find out more about this life changing program head to:

https://www.jenniferhanway.com/28-day-gut-healing-plan/









Ensuring Restful and Restorative Sleep Tonight and Every Night With New Chapter’s Turmeric Force Nighttime

This post is written in partnership with New Chapter, however all opinions are my own. I only work with and recommend companies whose products I love, and I’m so excited to share these with you!

 I love to sleep. Sleep is sacred to me, I protect my 8 hours a night fiercely, and I ask my clients to do the same.

And for good reason. Sleep is one of my key tenets of optimum health, and without consistent, restful, restorative sleep we can suffer from reduced cognitive function, an impaired immune system (studies show you are nine times more likely to fall ill at cold and flu season), an increased risk of inflammation, and even reduced longevity. But in our modern day, 24/7, hyper connected lives sleep is becoming harder and harder to prioritize, and our health is suffering from it.

One of the main reasons for this is that we are neglecting to manage our cortisol levels (our stress and energy hormone) throughout the day, leaving us super switched on but exhausted by the time we think about ‘winding down’ before bed. A healthy cortisol curve is one that is high in the morning (giving us a boost of energy), stable during the day, and lowers in the late afternoon and evening, preparing you for a night of restful and restorative sleep. Our cortisol curve is governed by our circadian rhythm, which is in turn is governed by zeitgeibers (think of these such as regulators) such as light, heat, food, exercise and social interaction. When these regulators are out of sync with our natural rhythms (i.e. those bright lights and loud music at your 8.30pm spinning class), or the blue light that stimulates your pineal gland as you scroll through social media just before you go to bed, we upset the natural balance of our regulatory endocrine system.

 However, ensuring great sleep every night is not impossible, in fact just by implementing some of tips I share below you can establish a healthy sleep routine that will boost your energy, brain power, and all-round health and vitality!

JH Bed Jump.jpg


Keep It Consistent

Even more important than getting your six to eight hours a night is to go to bed at the same time and wake up at the same time, seven days a week (yes, even at the weekends). You may have a little flexibility (30 minutes at the most), but consistency is key to quality sleep. If getting to sleep in the evenings is a challenge try moving your bedtime forward 15 minutes every week for a month to help you adjust gradually to the change.


Know Your Chronotype

We used to identify with 2 sleep/wake personalities, the early bird or the night owl, but the fascinating research from Michael J Breus, Ph.D. has identified 4 personalities, or chronotypes. Your chronotype affects everything from the best time to go to sleep and wake up, to workout, eat, drink coffee, and even sit for a test or interview for a job! I am a Lion chronotype which means that I am at my best early in the morning (I’m usually up by 5.30 at the latest without an alarm), but also means I am in bed by 8pm every night!

 You can find your chronotype at: https://thepowerofwhenquiz.com/


Manage Stress Throughout The Day

 I know this is easier said than done, but getting a great night of sleep starts from the minute we open our eyes that morning. Managing our stress levels throughout the day ensures lower cortisol levels by the late afternoon and evening, which is key to regulate all of the bodily processes we need to fall asleep (melatonin production, lowering of body temperature, slowing of metabolism) at night.

I ask my clients to create a ‘toolbox’ of simple de-stressing solutions that they can use throughout the day and these can include breathing exercises than calm the central nervous system such as Box Breathing (inhale for 4 counts, hold for 4 counts, exhale for 4 counts, hold for 4 counts), inhaling the scent of lavender essential oil (lavender has been clinically proven to reduce stress levels), eating a couple of squares of magnesium-rich dark chocolate (this is my favourite), or lying with your legs up against the wall for a few minutes.

JH Pink Legs Up Wall.jpg

Reduce Blue Light Exposure

 Blue light, the type emitted by our laptops, tablets, phones and TV screens stimulates our pineal gland, a tiny endocrine organ nestled deep in the brain that regulates the production of melatonin. When it is stimulated by blue light coming in through the retina via the hypothalamus and the central nervous system it reduces production of melatonin, one of the major hormones that helps us get to sleep.

 

I ask my clients to limit blue light exposure in the 2 hours before bedtime, and many of our devices now have daytime/nighttime settings that help us do this, reducing the blue light emission and having the screens take on a warmer color. I also love to wear blue blocking glasses after sunset as I am especially sensitive to blue light, and will also wear these whilst travelling and changing time zones to help regulate melatonin production.

Take Targeted Sleep Supplements

 With a heavy travel schedule and frequent trips to and from London, even this sleep loving Lion sometimes needs a little help maximising sleep quality. New Chapter’s Turmeric Force™ Nighttime is a targeted blend of herbs including Chamomile, Valerian Root, Hops and Lemon Balm, that supports the type of deep restful sleep* that is imperative for optimum health.

 I also love that it does double duty by managing my body’s healthy inflammatory response whilst I sleep with whole food Ginger and Turmeric to support healthy aging*. Simply take two capsules an hour before bed (I keep mine on my bedside table and take before I read in the evening – whilst blocking blue light, of course) for a health boosting night of restful and restorative sleep.

 Sweet dreams!

JH Pillow Supp.jpg

Ask Jenny: What's The Deal With Celery Juice?

I’m not using celery juice as a meal replacement or a cleanse but just to start my mornings and then continue normal eating throughout the day. Is this an okay thing to consume on an empty stomach? And do you think that drinking juices (opposed to blended and keeping the fiber) is beneficial? I do make smoothies most days to get closer to my 7-9 servings and the juicing would just be on top of that. Would love to hear your thoughts!
— Rachel, Boston

Celery juice - the wellness trend that just won’t quit! Just like its predecessors coconut oil and apple cider vinegar, celery juice is the wellness trend du jour, and just like these former wellness heavyweights its benefits are being touted as boosting detoxification, lowering inflammation, increasing weight loss, benefiting gut health, and even curing disease.

And just like most fads on the health and wellness scene, there is no scientific evidence for these claims. But, this doesn’t mean it does not have benefits for health, and the thousands of fans professing their love for the green stuff via the medium of social media certainly think it has its merits.

As a nutritionist the first question I ask when weighing up the validity of a wellness trend is ‘what do we know’? As I mentioned, there have been no clinical studies on the benefits of celery juice, but we do know that celery is rich in Vitamins A, C and K and minerals such as potassium, calcium and magnesium, it can have alkalising properties for the body. and it has a high water content. This combination of natural electrolytes plus hydration is probably why people feel so great after drinking it!

But I know the question you really want answered is ‘should I drink it?’, and my answer is ‘why not!’ In this case there are no know negative effects of starting your day with celery juice, there is an abundance of anecdotal evidence for its benefits, and as we know, if we start our day with a healthy habit, we are more likely to make positive choices for the rest of the day.

The two challenges I do have with this trend are as follows:

1) the unproven claims from its champion Anthony Williams (aka The Medical Medium) who does not have any nutrition or medical training, but instead receives spiritual visions that he translates into health recommendations that he says can cure anything from IBS to cancer.

2) the lack of fiber - a study  by the Institute of Medicine reports that the average American eats only 15 grams of fiber a day, which is ridiculously low and can lead to unstable blood sugar, weight gain and digestive issues. My first PRIME Principle is to eat 7-9 servings of vegetables and low GI fruit a day, so I would rather see people getting all the benefits of celery by eating it whole, or by adding it to a green smoothie.

To answer Rachel’s specific question, if she is getting her 7-9 servings a day, then is no reason why she shouldn’t see if the celery juice trend works for her. My personal recommendation is that the first thing that you should consume in the morning is a large glass of water (room temperature or warmer - I keep a mason jar on my bedside table and drink it before I even get out of bed), so start with that, then drink your celery juice should you wish!







Live Well: What Your Calcium Supplement Should Contain - And What It Shouldn’t!

What Your Calcium Supplement Should Contain - And What It Shouldn’t!

This post is written in partnership with New Chapter, however all opinions are my own. I only work with and recommend companies whose products I love, and I’m so excited to share these with you!

The majority of my clients are women in their mid-twenties through to their early fifties, and I often hear that they have been recommended by their doctor to take a calcium supplement, though they are unsure how to choose one that is beneficial for their health needs.

Until the age of around thirty women are still able to develop new bone mass, however after the age of thirty bone density breakdown overtakes bone build up, which can cause a gradual loss of bone mass, with women over the age of fifty being at most risk for osteoporosis.

IMG_4266.JPG

Taking the right calcium supplement is a great way of increasing bone density and reducing bone breakdown, and in addition to this there are some other simple and easy healthy habits that I recommend you add into your wellness routine (at thirty eight I do these on a daily basis) for strong bones and healthy joint function:

●       Perform weight bearing exercises - this can be anything that makes your muscles work against the force of gravity, and includes using barbells, dumbbells or your body weight whilst performing movements such as squats, lunges, push-ups and planks, or simply, walking, jogging, hiking and running.

●       Consume foods that are naturally high in calcium - plant based options include almonds, walnuts and brazil nuts, beans and lentils, dark green vegetables such as kale, cabbage, spinach and fruits such as figs and rhubarb.

It is imperative to understand that no vitamin or mineral works alone in the body, they have a synergistic effect that must be taken into consideration when choosing your daily supplements. Just as we need fat to absorb certain vitamins, we need a smart combination of vitamins and minerals to ensure they are effective in the body.

 When a client asks me to suggest a calcium supplement I always recommend New Chapter’s Bone Strength Take Care (I also take this supplement everyday as part of my morning wellness routine). I recommend this supplement as it is carefully formulated by New Chapter to include Vitamins K2 and D3, which are essential when ensuring that the calcium is absorbed efficiently and directed to the bones.* It also helps to support joint flexibility and maintain heart health, which are all essential components of optimum health and wellbeing.*

IMG_5992_Facetune_21-01-2019-07-07-37.jpg

The calcium complex in New Chapter’s Bone Strength Take Care is derived from a natural plant form of Red Marine Algae (all of New Chapter’s products are whole foods based), and does not contain any limestone, chalk, synthetic fillers or binders or animal byproducts, making it suitable for vegetarian diets (it is also Non-GMO project verified, Kosher and Gluten Free). I recommend a whole foods based, minimally processed diet to all of my clients, and I love that New Chapter offers targeted supplement solutions that emulate that high standard.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

References:

National Institute on Aging. Health Information. Publications. Age Page. Osteoporosis: The Bone Thief

 

Gut Healing: Bone Broth Matcha Latte

Matcha Latte with Bone Broth?

Trust me on this one - its delicious. It's perfect for these chilly winter days here on the East Coast, and couldn't be more packed with antioxidant and gut healing benefits.

Bone Broth Matcha Latte

Whisk the matcha green tea powder with the hot water, then gently warm the nut milk and bone broth in a pan together. Pour into the matcha green tea powder and stir well.

Resist the urge to add any sweetener, the slightly savoury and umami flavour is what makes it taste so good!

My favourite matcha tea powder is from Zen Matcha Tea - you can save 20% on your first order of Zen Matcha Tea with the code: 'welcomejh20'
https://www.zenmatchatea.com/store/

I drink bone broth every day for its gut healing and skin smoothing properties - you can save 15% on Bare Bones Broth and Collagen Powder with the code: 'JENNYH':
https://www.barebonesbroth.com/



Contact: jenny@jenniferhanway.com