Aug 28, 2017 | Uncategorized

A friendly face and wellness concierge at Angea Acupuncture and Yoga. Jade is studying Nutritional and Dietetic Medicine at Endeavour College and hopes to work alongside Amanda and many other leading ladies with a mission of supporting women’s health and sharing her ever expanding knowledge on using foods as medicine. When she’s not at the clinic or studying you’ll spy her at a local yoga studio or working front of house at our favourite Happy Melon.

You can follow Jade on Instagram: @jadegolding_ 

Favourite go to recipe:

A nutritious filling breakfast is a must for me. If I don’t have time to cook caramelised banana and peanut butter or turmeric and poached pear oats, I’ll whip up a delicious Chia Pudding:
1/4 cup of Chia seeds
1 cup Cocoquench
1/2tsp Cinnamon
Jalna Greek Yoghurt
1 Banana
1tbsp Peanut Butter
Some nuts/seeds/coconut – favourite at the moment are Walnuts for brain power and Linseed conveniently full of good fats and great to support womens health.
Place chia seeds, Cocoquench (available from the longlife milk section of the supermarket) and cinnamon in a mason jar. Give it a good whisk with a fork for a few minutes. Pop in the fridge overnight.
In the morning cut up your banana, I like to layer half the banana on top of the prepared Chia then a big dollop of greek yogurt and layer the remaining banana. Top with nut, seeds and coconut (or anything with a bit of crunch- if you have granola go for it!). Then my favourite part add peanut butter to the top, as much as required! My favourite is Mayvers Smooth (I’m a recent convert from crunchy). Pop the lid on and you’re ready to go!
Note: If you’re using linseed, grind or blitz them just before you sprinkle them on top to ensure your digestive system can utilise their magical powers. Try not to grind linseed in bulk or purchase ground as they lose their nutritional benefit when stored in the ground form.
P.s. Track Jade down in reception and she’ll give you the recipe for the oats 😉