Matcha Rocket Fuel Latte (dairy-free, keto, paleo + low-carb)

Matcha Rocket Fuel Latte #keto #fatfuel #genuinehealth #jointhealth #nutfree #antiinflammatoryA silky smooth, naturally sweetened keto matcha rocket fuel latte with a blend of healthy fats and anti-inflammatory ingredients.

I’m not much of a snacker; it’s the nature of the keto approach. This matcha rocket fuel latte is more of a meal replacement, loaded with medium chain fatty acids, collagen protein, and mighty matcha, it’s as nutritious as it is delicious.

Matcha is a fabulous coffee alternative, rich in antioxidants, naturally sweet, metabolism boosting, inflammation-reducing, can help enhance mood, improve concentration, whilst potentially have a calming effect on the body and mind.

I created this coffee-free, nut-free and dairy-free drink after being inspired by the Genuine Health Pain Relief and Joint Care product line.

Matcha Rocket Fuel Latte #keto #fatfuel #genuinehealth #jointhealth #nutfree #antiinflammatory

I was introduced to the range last month and have tried and tested the products. They are as incredible as they as they sound. I would never succumb to pain relief, but Genuine Health’s products, made from completely natural ingredients, are an excellent solution to pain relief. A niggling headache, joint pain, aching muscles, promptly relieved, and when taken daily their products can even help PREVENT chronic flare ups.

The natural anti-inflammatory, willow bark, has been shown to be more effective than aspirin in the reduction of inflammatory leukotrienes and COX-2. While the Biovaflex®,  feeds your body all the essential nutrients for joint health and flexibility, including nourishing proteins, collagen, and elastin.

Matcha Rocket Fuel Latte #keto #fatfuel #genuinehealth #jointhealth #nutfree #antiinflammatory

So you can see why my Matcha Rocket Fuel Latte goes hand in hand with their range of pain relief products, supporting joint mobility, reducing joint pain, and soothing inflamed tissues.

This matcha rocket fuel latte is a delightful, satisfying, body nourishing and joint loving alternative way to start the day. Not that it needs to be reserved solely as a morning beverage, it’s the perfect coffee-free way to give yourself a boost, avoid the afternoon slump and avoid any potential hunger pangs in one fell swoop.

“You are what you eat” is a statement that resonates with me, but rather than solely relying on “food as thy medicine,” with Genuine Health pain relief solutions you can reap the benefits of a natural product. I eat to create an environment where the likes of such pain relief products can flourish, allowing my body and yours to reap the optimum benefits.

Cheers to that!

Matcha Rocket Fuel Latte #keto #fatfuel #genuinehealth #jointhealth #nutfree #antiinflammatory

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Matcha Rocket Fuel Latte
Recipe type: Paleo, Gluten-free, Dairy-free, Sugar-free, Yeast-free, Corn-free, Grain-free, Nut-free, Egg-free, Low-Carb, Keto
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A silky smooth, naturally sweetened keto matcha rocket fuel latte with a blend of healthy fats and anti-inflammatory ingredients.
  1. Add all ingredients but gelatin to the jug of your high-powered blender. Blend on high for 1 minute. During the last 10 seconds, add gelatin. Transfer to a cup and enjoy.

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Matcha Rocket Fuel Latte #keto #fatfuel #genuinehealth #jointhealth #nutfree #antiinflammatory

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  1. I bought your book the Keto Diet from Amazon – can I still participate in your club??

  2. Do you think this would be okay if I subbed regular collagen for the gelatin (I have it already on hand)and a nut milk for the coconut milk (I HATE coconut milk)? I drink your rocketfuel latte every morning, but I have learned that I’m sensitive to coffee, which I have always suspected. I want my drink to stay mostly the same though,do you have any other suggestions for me (maybe teecino?) :( I do love matcha lattes so I want to give this one a try but I’m worried I will miss my coffee so much, as I always have when I have quit and went right back after a few months even though I felt better off of it. Just got your book, loving it, best guide I have found, thank you!

  3. I love Matcha lattes (especially from DeVille). This is an awesome replacement! Took a bit to get used to the MCT oil (major gastric distress). Highly recommended!

    • Oh yes, if you’re not used to MCT, it’s usually best to start out with just a teaspoon at a time ;) I’m glad you liked it– thanks for sharing!

  4. How do you keep your coconut milk once it is open? I’ve found that it goes bad very fast. Thank you.

  5. Hi Leanne,

    The carb count on this is a little high according to the four rules. Should I treat this as an occasional treat as opposed to a morning, fat-burning go-to?


    • Hey! You can drink this as-is if you’re not planning on intermittent fasting. If you do want to fast, reduce the amount of matcha or use green tea in its place. This will lower the carb count. I hope this helps!

  6. I’m curious as to why you only add the collagen for the last 10 seconds. Thx

    • I have also wondered this. I’ve seen this direction from multiple sources when adding collagen but The Vital Proteins frothy butter coffee recipe does not advise adding it at the end, rather all ingredients are blended for the full time.

      I have a bullet blender which makes it difficult to add something after I’ve started blending. I put the collagen in at the beginning and it works great. Since it’s heat stable I can’t imagine it’s being damaged by blending.

      • It’s not the heat, rather the blending that may compromise the proteins. Feel free to do what works for you, though!

    • From my understanding, the proteins can be compromised if they’re whipped around too much in the blender.