Back on track

The one good thing (there’s some more, but this one is the most good) by being back in Stockholm is – wait for it – I’m back on track with my workout routine. I can finally spend four or five days a week at the gym and it feels so good. I’m freakishly strong at the moment. Like, I can feel my muscles under my skin, they are waiting, wanting, needing to be used again. My body is at its happiest just after a long killer workout. I usually don’t tell about how often I workout or what I eat and so on, there’s so many other people who do that. But I yesterday I find my new holy grail among post workout meals. Oatmeal porridge, raspberries and natural curd. Love it.

I also read an article about how we have become so accustomed to artificial flavours we can’t stand natural flavours. I try to eat as little sweeteners, e-numbers and whatever as possible. Only whole food, natural flavours and everything not industrialised. Of course I’ve my weak moments, but I’m at least aware of them. And then I can indulge and gorge in them. This is my diet, no bulk protein shakes or eating six times a day with an exact calorie intake, I eat whole food and what I like. If I want a burger for lunch, that’s cool, if I want ice cream, that’s cool. But eat plain good food as far as possible.

Parsley and fennel meatballs accompanied by butter fried chanterelles and softly mashed lemon potatoes in the making.
Like this dinner I had Saturday: Parsley and fennel meatballs accompanied by butter fried chanterelles and softly mashed lemon potatoes. Super tasty!
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