Optimum Nutrition

We all know how important a good diet is in life, and when coupled with correct and intelligent training, can help lead to massive gains in all kinds of training goals such as weight loss, strength building etc.
With this in mind, it is important to keep a check on what we put in ourselves and to research optimum ways to fuel our bodies in order to promote longevity and health.
In the constant, relentless pursuit of optimum nutrition, I believe I have come up with a way of covering all bases in terms of what the body requires to be lean, resilient, strong and able.
Supplying an impressive 1900 calories, this is a great post-training meal or just daily way to keep the excess weight off. Our body is like a car, we need to give it the best fuel possible if we aim to perform well.
Bear in mind, this is one portion for one person. It is important to eat the whole thing otherwise you don't get the right mix of vegetable oils and saturated fats, and...stuff.
Behold, the cake-ennetta...
I'm sure Bruce Lee missed something here...


  1. Haha! Awesome! I'll have to try this. It looks like it'll make a nice change from lean meat and vegetables after training.

  2. Anonymous3:49 AM

    i don't get it =( what is it? how do i make one?? XD

  3. Mmm...just my kind of training diet. Not sure I could manage all in one go though! What's the recipe...? :-)

  4. haha, it is just a big cake and vienetta ice cream...its not a serious post, but it was a challenge to eat all of it! Felt pretty destroyed afterward!

  5. What happened to the book of the face? want to come down and train? are you free any time soon? we need to do stuff man!

  6. Bet u felt destroyed after that! Carb-overload always makes me sleepy!!! ...might give a mini-version a try though:-) Hope alls well dear bro' - look forward to more posts!