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Blogmas #18: Memories over Macros

This has been on my mind for the past couple of days if not the whole month of December. As time moves on, tracking macros is getting harder and harder. Not because I would be trying to lose weight but because I’m bulking, and I think there really is no reason to keep it all on point. I don’t feel frustrated, just lazy.

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Blogmas #13: Let’s Bake a Cake!

Sometimes I get this kind of unavoidable desire to bake a cake. I just feel like I really have to bake something, otherwise I will be restless for the entire day. Yesterday was one of such days. On top of that I had a raging headache that just wouldn’t go away, no matter how much paracetamol I consumed. Luckily I saw a photo of a beautiful, gorgeous cake on Facebook (and later on Instagram) and contacted the owner, Eva. She very kindly sent me the recipe for it so if you want to know how I baked my version of it, click on the “Continue reading” link. 😉

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Blogmas #9: Taste Test – Activlab Breakfast Protein

Today’s post (okay I was supposed to post it yesterday but life got in the way :P) is going to be a little different this time round. I want this blog to be also a place where gym-going people find information on protein-rich food.

Are you interested in an oatmeal breakfast with a twist? Read on.

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Going strong or how to eat loads and stay slim

Here is an update on my progress in reverse dieting. I must say that it feels mostly good and that I’m glad I went on this journey without knowing where exactly it will take me.

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Reverse Diet

There’s a new chapter in my so-called book of dieting. In the past few months, I ate relatively little (about 1600 kcal, sometimes a bit more and sometimes a bit less due to carb cycling) and my body adapted to the lower intake of food after a while. As a consequence, there was no improvement or it was so minuscule that I decided for a change. I had a few options.

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