Introducing Jenny

Jenny is a mad sports fan who first discovered a passion for nutrition when she was 14 years old. She was sent to a national hockey camp for future England field hockey players. There she was given a diet sheet outlining what she should and shouldn't be eating. Although this sparked her interest in food and nutrition it took her right up until her mid-20's whilst in a senior role at an IT company and playing hockey at national league level to reignite the sparks. Jenny got injured and rethought her purpose. That's when she decided to study for another degree, this time in nutrition.

Jenny graduated in 2009. It had taken 6 years to complete a 4-year course and that's because she now had 2 children in tow. The food Jenny gave her children was her original inspiration for setting up a business in nutrition education. Added to this are her experiences in the world of business and sport. Now she finds herself focusing on all three areas - corporate wellbeing, sports nutrition and family health.

Jenny has a genuine passion for what she does which shines through whenever she presents, she is now also a published author of four books, including the recently released “Real Lunchtime Food”

Meet Jenny Tschiesche, a passionate Nutrition educator, recipe developer, presenter and founder of Lunchbox Doctor.  Since 2009 when the nutrition business was started, she has run workshops all over the world for thousands of people.  Jenny loves writing and sharing great recipes to help adults, families and elite sports people to achieve a healthy lifestyle.  Jenny has written four recipe books and her fourth book “Real Lunchtime food” was released in December 2019.

Jenny’s reputation over the last 10 years has been built on her ability to simplify nutrition concepts and explain the science behind them, making it relevant and applicable to everyday life.  Through story-telling and practical demonstration Jenny brings nutrition to life to help individuals, families and teams within the workplace make positive changes to reduce stress, improve sleep, decrease the likelihood of depression and improve performance.

As an ex national field hockey player, Jenny is passionate about sport.  Through her work she also regularly consults and educates elite athletes and their families on the right mix of healthy and nutritious meals to achieve peak performance.

You will also regularly find Jenny at food festivals and shows particularly during the summer months.  She also regularly contributes to TV, radio, magazines and national media.  I hope you enjoy the recipes and blog posts on this site. If you do and want more then please do sign up to receive a regular newsletter but also get involved on social media too.