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For the Broth
1 cup of Chicken Bone Broth
½ a cup of shredded cooked chicken
5 blanched broccoli florets
5 blanched cauli florets (optional)
½ a sweet potato, cut into cubes and pre-cooked (roasted or boiled)


1 spring onion, sliced
1 small carrot, shredded or spiralised (optional)
1 tablespoon of Bestow Beauty Plus Oil
Himalayan salt

1 serving

Suitable for:
Breakfast | Lunch


Place all the broth ingredients into a small saucepan and heat to a simmer. Cook for five minutes. Remove from heat and serve with spring onion and carrot. Season with Himalayan salt to taste and drizzle with Bestow Beauty Plus Oil once cool enough to eat.


This breakfast can be quickly and easily assembled when the ingredients have been pre-prepared and stored in the fridge. Enjoy for breakfast on Days 3 and 4.


Bone broths are a wonderful gut healing food. The amino acids they contain strengthen the gut wall and help to repair any permeability issues. Having bone broth for breakfast might be a new idea, but we encourage you to embrace it. Janine enjoys bone broth every morning and she finds it very grounding. It’s become her favourite way to start the day!


400g of chicken thighs
½ an onion, finely diced
2 cloves of garlic, finely diced
1 tablespoon of olive oil
1 cup of Chicken Bone Broth
1 ½ cups of sauerkraut (homemade or bought)
6 curly kale leaves, chopped
1 large sweet potato, peeled and chopped into chunks
1 handful of fresh spinach
1 handful Italian parsley, roughly chopped
Himalayan salt to season

2 servings


Suitable for:
Lunch | Dinner


In a large lidded frypan, add olive oil and brown chicken on both sides over a medium to high heat. This should take about five minutes each side. Remove chicken and turn heat down to low. Add onion and garlic and cook for five minutes. Add Chicken Bone Broth, sauerkraut, kale and sweet potato and simmer for five minutes. Add chicken back into the pan, place lid on and simmer for a further 20 minutes.

Add in the spinach and parsley, stir, simmer for another two minutes, season and serve.


Have half for dinner tonight and place the remainder in a container for Healing Bowl Day 4 lunch. This is the last time you will need to use kale so feel free to add it as extra greens to any meal.



This feels like the ultimate gut health dish to me as it combines so many key dietary elements needed for gut healing –  bone broth, fermented food (sauerkraut), resistant starch (sweet potato), greens (kale, spinach and parsley) and essential fatty acids (chicken and olive oil). 

  • May 9, 2018