Matcha is grown in the shade rather than the sunlight so it has higher chlorophyll levels which fight the free radicals in the body that cause cancer. Matcha also has a strong caffeine content so is the perfect alternative to your morning coffee.
½ teaspoon matcha green tea
pinch rock salt
1 scoop vanilla whey protein / vegan protein
10ml date nectar / agave
150ml coconut milk
4 cubes ice
Blend all ingredients in a high-powered blender for 20-30 seconds and serve.
A hydrating and yummy smoothie, with the rich sweetness of mango, and the added Vit C from an orange.
1 6oz cup vanilla plant based yogurt
1 cup frozen mango
1 navel orange, diced and peeled
Pinch of turmeric
1 medjool date, pitted
1/2 cup unsweetened almond milk
1/4 cup ice (optional)
Add all ingredients to a high speed blender. Blend until nice and smooth. If smoothie is too thick, feel free to add more almond milk to achieve your desired consistency. For a fun twist, feel free to use blood orange in place of the regular navel orange.
I put my grandfather’s good health down to this juice and his strict eating times. This juice contains fresh turmeric along with ginger, creating the perfect preventative and healing tonic at any time of year.
1 medium or 2 small beetroots (beets) (about 120g/4oz in total)
5 centimetre (2 inch) piece of ginger
2.5 centimetre (1 inch) piece of turmeric root
Chop everything into chunks and place in a juicer. Juice, pour into two glasses and drink straight away. Enjoy first thing in the morning.
This smoothie contains vanilla whey protein which enhances the body’s antioxidant defences. Pineapples are high in potassium, copper, manganese, calcium and vitamin c, and spinach is high in zinc and protein.
2 scoops vanilla whey protein
½ cucumber sliced
½ cup pineapple
fresh mint leavesspinach leaves
1 tbsp lime juice
100ml coconut water
Simply combine all of the ingredients, blend and enjoy!
Turmeric is known as the King of spices due to its anti-inflammatory and healing properties. This drink is warming and nourishing.
½ teaspoon organic turmeric
1 tablespoon hot water
250ml milk of your choice
¼ teaspoon cinnamon powder
Maple syrup or honey, to taste
Make the organic turmeric into a paste using 1 tablespoon of hot water. Heat the milk in a pan and stir in the turmeric. We like almond milk. Add the cinnamon powder and maple syrup or honey if you would like a sweeter drink. Stir in and drink.
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