It has been a while since my last update due to being very busy with new clients, moving house and catching up on music projects. That hasn’t stopped me from keeping my eyes on the target; to slowly get rid of body fat while trying to keep as much muscle as possible. I’m eating about 2500kcal more per week than when I usually cut and I’ve even cut out all the HIIT cardio. I’ve tried to fast for at least 20 hours a day, eating just two big meals. I’ve seen my body change slowly and it feels great to have the extra calories every day. Most days, my main meal has been a huge organic chicken salad and a big fluff or bowl of homemade protein ice cream, topped with various combinations of homemade peanut butter chocolate sauce that hardens when I pour it on top and other great clean toppings. My main fat sources have been Fitnessguru’s organic peanut butter and coconut oil, having a total of around 150g of fat every day. I’ve only had one day off (cheat day) since the 9th of October and my goal is to keep it up till my photo shoot that I’m planning to do right before Christmas. I’m looking forward to having some time off around Christmas though, both from training and my strict diet. I’ll be celebrating Christmas in my brother’s new house where he has his own little home gym equipped with all that you need; a squat rack, a bench for bench press, rubber protection flooring for deadlifts and a chin up/dips station! I’m planning on having a heavy pre Christmas lunch/dinner workout and then eat till I have to lie down.


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Most people love chocolate but believe that they have to live without it on a strict diet. I've come up with a way to make it part of my diet and nowadays I eat chocolate almost every day. Since I'm on a macro type diet, I can choose where I get my fats from so I started experimenting with three of my favorite products from Fitnessguru, coconut oil, peanut butter and almond butter. I use either peanut butter or almond butter and mix it 75/25 with coconut oil. I then add between 6-12g of Green & Black's Organic Cocoa Powder, some raw organic vanilla seeds or vanilla extract and finally some sort of sweetener (Stevia, Xylitol or Sucralos). The chocolate taste absolutely amazing (it feels like cheating) and I've played around with other extracts such as peppermint, rum, custard, caramel, coconut, coffee, maple, hazelnut, banana, strawberry and orange/lemon. I've added various sorts of chopped nuts and even some raisins, even though I usually stay away from products that contain a lot of fructose.

A typical recipe would look like this:
50g of peanut butter

25g of coconut oil

8g of Green & Black’s organic cocoa powder

4th of a stalk of vanilla seeds/2g vanilla extract

10g Stevia/15g Xylitol/5g Sucralose


Most of the times I pour the chocolate on top of my fluff and put it in the freezer for 5 minutes, but I’ve also bought moulds to make my own pralines. When you put it in the fridge or the freezer, the coconut oil acts as the cocoa solid and making the chocolate go from saucy to solid. I got to add that if you leave them out in room temperature the chocolate will start to melt quite quickly.

Here are some examples...



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Made my very special Thai red curry today and as always it's all about quality ingredients. I start out by frying my organic chicken pieces in 10g of Fitnessguru's organic coconut oil together with my Mae Ploy curry paste. When the chicken is ready, I add my choice of vegetables, lemon grass and frozen lime leaves. After about five minutes I add my Chaokoh coconut milk and let it simmer for about 10 minutes. I finalize this authentic and amazing dish by adding soy sauce instead of salt and balance it out with either Stevia or Splenda to get that semi sweet taste and to tone down the chili slightly. I serve it on a bed of Fitnessguru's fitness noodles in a deep plate/bowl. Who said a diet has to be boring?

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