Vegetarian, rich in protein and delicious.
What an incredible combination of ingredients. Originally, watermelon and feta (or similar salty, firm cheese) are popular in the Mediterranean area but I wanted to do something slightly different. Also, to be honest, I just felt to change things up and I had an open bottle of chili sauce, fresh coriander and juicy ginger at home. This is how this Asian variation was born and I am really happy with it. Give it a try!
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Creamy, refreshing and macro friendly.
Summer is my least favourite season, yet it still has it’s perks, one of them being perfectly ripe and sweet tomatoes. They are so delicious that I somehow got the urge to turn them to an ice cream. Yet another experiment that worked out way better than I thought! Oh, and the macros are insane. Thank me later.
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The no-fuss guide on how to shred fat.
Ahhh, weight loss … the fitness industry evergreen. I’ve written a lot on this topic over the last years as I feel there is still a lot of confusion about it. This article helps you cut through the non-sense frequently found in mainstream media and focus on what really works. The basics. Enjoy!
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Giving a realistic view on what’s ahead.
Everybody thinks they know what to expect when starting a diet, yet people still are relatively unaware what truly is ahead of them. To prepare you a little better, I’ve compiled a few points that I deem important to keep in mind. Not to scare you off, but to prepare you for the bumpy road ahead. Because in preparation lies the key to success!
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An innocuous habit with big consequences.
Snacking. It’s just what we do, right? Well, at least that’s what the food industry wants us to believe. And while it is true that at the end of the day energy balance is pretty much the only thing that matters for fat loss and yes, you can fit in those junky snacks and still lose weight, doing so comes with a boatload of problems. So let me explain why snacking is probably the number one habit that is holding you back from attaining your body composition goals.
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True superfood made easy.
Liver is a true superfood, but sadly most of us don’t like to eat it. I’ve made it my mission to change it! With a bold combination of flavours and easy-peasy preparation. Weightloss friendly, high in protein, satiating and at the same time comforting. This recipe will make you a believer, so dig in!
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Comforting and diet friendly.
I’m not sure why stuffing minced meat into a bell pepper completely transforms both ingredients, but it does. A delicious smell wafting through your home will be a welcome byproduct of this comfort food classic. And it is even super diet friendly! So what are you waiting for, give it a try!
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A celebration of a humble vegetable.
As much as I like cauliflower rice, making it is a chore. Shredding the cauliflower into rice results in tiny white pieces jumping around in my kitchen. I simply hate it. Therefore I am really glad that I found this recipe. It celebrates the cauliflower. We don’t turn it into faux-something. We honor it by treating it just like a sunday roast. And we get a lot in return: tender white flesh and a spicy bark. Try this one and thank me later, it will change your relationship to cauliflower forever.
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Alcohol throws an additional challenge to people aiming for fat loss or even “just” transitioning to a healthier lifestyle, because – as usual- there are lots of myths surrounding it. From “it completely impairs fat loss” to “you should drink red wine every day to live longer” you will find everything. Let’s have a closer look to it.
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How to make the best of the greatest season of the year.
Autumn is my favorite season: the days are getting cooler, the sun is gently spending warmth and good mood. The food is changing too, some of my most beloved foods are now in season. Quince, duck, pumpkin, game, chestnuts and grapes make autumn an especially tasty time. It is also the season where the big holidays all around the world are starting, making it hard to progress the weight loss journey. But it’s not impossible, let’s have a closer look.
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