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Jenna Hope (ANutr)

MSc, BSc(Hons) ANutr #Nutritionist & Consultant to brands & restaurants. 📺ITV & Sky Co-founder of @yoghurtandjuice_network Enquiries:

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Looking for a mid week chocolate hit? These chocolate orange truffles are the perfect afternoon pick-me-up 🍫🍫. Don’t forget to save! Happy hump day 😘 1/2 cup pecans 1/2 cup medjool dates zest of 1 orange 3 tsp cacao powder 🍫🍊 Method: Add the pecans to a food processor and blitz until they're broken into small chunks. Add the dates, orange zest and cacao powder and blend well. Roll into balls and then toss into cacao powder - place in the fridge to harden.


Christmas is coming and @marksandspencer have you covered. I’ve taken over the @womenshealthuk insta stories to share my top Christmas foodie picks from M&S. Head over to their stories or read the full article for my verdicts!


Good morning! Thank you so much for all your lovely messages on @yoghurtandjuice_network ... We really appreciate your support 😘. I’m kicking off a busy week with my Christmas spiced quinoa porridge topped with apple sauce and peanut butter... the recipe is on my story! Wishing you all a fab Monday 😘💗


@nutritionbyyasmin and I are super excited to announce the launch of our new company The Yoghurt & Juice Network @yoghurtandjuice_network yoghurtandjuice_network. This is something we’ve been working on for a while now. As nutritionists we’re committed to helping improve the health of the children in the UK and we feel that education is a key player in encouraging children to make healthier choices and improve their overall wellbeing. As a result we’ve created The Yoghurt & Juice Network that will provide nutrition education in schools and colleges aimed at children, parents and teachers across the UK. If you feel you know anyone who could benefit from us please get in touch. We’d love to chat! To stay up to date please follow our Instagram account @yoghurtandjuice_network


Fuelling up for the second day of the cardiovascular health conference. I learnt so much yesterday and can't wait for the latest today. I'll be sure to do a round up post on this for you if you're interested. It's time we started to realise fats are essential for our overall health and their role in cardiovascular health! Happy hump day 😘


Good morning! I can't believe we've hit the first week of December... 🙈. I'm loving the festive vibes though. Starting the week with a warm bowl of quinoa porridge topped with pb and frozen berries 😍


Good morning! There's more time for breakfast on a Sunday so this morning I decided to whip up some carrot fritters, 🥑 and a poachie 🍳😍. I've shared the fritter recipe on my stories so follow along to make it! You can screenshot where necessary 😘


Let's talk about skin health... what you eat has a large impact on your skin. This morning I took over the @emmahardieskincare Instagram stories to share my top tips on how to eat well to look after your skin. Head over to their account to get the full scoop! 💗


Because it's #nationalcakeday so it would be rude not to! 🍰 Thank you @nutritionbyyasmin for alerting me about this! I have no idea how I missed it 😂


As it's the weekend I couldn't resist my current 💗... almond butter sweet hummus. As an AVID hummus lover I had to experiment and oh myyyy it didn't disappoint! Let me know if you fancy the recipe 🥜


WINTER CARB CRAVINGS. As the weather has got colder you might find that you've been craving more carb heavy comfort food. One reason for this is as our Vitamin D levels drop (vitamin D is produced by the sun) so do our serotonin levels (this is our happy hormone). Carbohydrates help the production of serotonin which in turn helps us to feel happier. So in short carbs = happiness. 🤗 Ensure you're consuming complex carbohydrates such as starchy vegetables, whole grains, brown rice, quinoa and oats etc as these are higher in fibre and nutrients than the more refined varieties. What are your carb go tos?😘


Happy Monday! This week is #alcoholawarenessweek (don’t worry I’m not here to put you off drinking for life). I’m often talking about how to drink in a responsible way whilst enjoying life yet not overdoing it. So let’s talk about supporting your health as best you can alongside a few drinks every so often. Alcohol metabolism depletes a few key nutrients so it’s essential that we replace them following an alcoholic tipple. 🍹 B-vitamins - these help to metabolise alcohol meaning there’s less of them to carry out their key roles in the body (e.g. food metabolism, red cell production and the maintenance of the central nervous system). Foods rich in B-vitamins include wholegrains, meat, fish, eggs, beans, leafy vegetables and some fruits. 🍐🥒🥜 Magnesium, zinc and vitamin C are also lost through alcohol metabolism. Dark chocolate, beans, green leafy vegetables, nuts and citrus fruits are all sources. So make sure to pack in a range of whole nutrient rich foods following a few drinks. Don’t forget to save this post as a reminder for the more hungover mornings! 😘


Tonight's plan: mung bean fettuccini with a cheesy plant based béchamel sauce, peas and spinach and a date with my 💻. Wild Saturday night. What's your evening looking like?😘


Hello! I'm really excited to share with you that I'm looking for someone to join my team! After putting this on my story last night I got lots of enquiries about whether you have to be london based and how long you have to apply. 1. You don't have to be London based. 2. Applications close on Sunday evening. In terms of the role: it will be a paid internship. You must have experience in marketing, research and be interested in health and well being. A nutrition background is not necessary. In the first instance please send a cover letter and your CV to: 💗 Tag anyone you think might fit the bill!


Hump day breakfast calls for quinoa porridge made with @plenishdrinks hazelnut milk and @linknutrition protein powder topped with raspberries and @pipandnut almond butter 😍. Happy hump day!