Eat whatever the fudge you want (Year 2023?)

December 12, 2017 by  
Filed under The Fitness Bug


Year 2017 – Week 49 – Day 2 – Let’s get into it


Important note: @ Come back to this at the end of the newsletter: The magic exists in the ingredients. It’s not always possible to verify what is exactly inside any one food product (Which is why we focus on higher end supps and why we only introduce them a couple of times a year when we find them).

This WILL change in 2018 and beyond, in a big way. So stay tuned to learn why!


It’s common knowledge on here. That you can still do exactly what you currently enjoy doing in your life @ food and activities, when you become an official member @ any of the 4 stages.

Because we’ve figured out ways to structure ‘whatever it is you currently do’ into a long term plan. Which you now know is more officially flexible, as we head into 2018.

But… I can almost guarantee that you are screwing up the nutrition side of things.

A) Probably trying many random different approaches for too short of a time period.

B) Are very busy and starting to fail, the more you try to do things on your own (I am of course, a part of the S-curve formula’s creation. So I personally don’t need help in that area. But I’m busy too. So I get someone else to prepare my own meals).

So today…

I’m going to give you a pre-stage 3 blueprint to-do-list, to put you on the right path.

Remember… This is just protocol stuff. It will be different for everyone. As no one lives the same life or eats the exact same things. Which is why we tailor, do 121 coaching chats and LIVE update member page shenanigans.

#1 > This page … Straight from More buzz.

#2 > This food list.

All ‘food’ S-curve blueprint tips

– Protein is higher than other similar food variations?
– Carbs are higher than other similar food variations?
– Saturated fat (Or fat overall) is zero?
– Fat is high in mono/poly, yet zero in saturated?
– Certain vitamins and minerals are present in high numbers?
– Fiber is higher than usual? (Like purple/black rice)

If any of the above are true… Then you buy and try. There’ll be a place for it to go within the
S-curve meal structure.

But don’t keep on munching on the food if you don’t like the taste.

For example
Muesli is a great cereal to try with new S-curve members who previously didn’t vary their meals. But it isn’t the most fun to eat. Granola would be the better option.

We do the same thing with supplements (See > Instant Knockouts ingredients section).
We like to test things out in general. Because that’s what has helped us improve the S-curve formula
over the past few years.

However… When it comes to supplements, the only ones that truly help long term, are whey and casein. That’s it. Everything else is extra (This will change ‘for sure’ soon though @ today’s important note).

You don’t need to taste them either, because they’re usually added to the S-curve meals. But they really do

#4 Good fats… The easiest way to keep the daily intake below 100 or 50 grams… Is to simply eat smaller portions of fat. Which basically means to eat seeds and nuts instead of egg yolk. Or just ‘less of’ the larger portion ‘good fat’ foods.

The usual daily fat intake is approx 40 grams, for all body types. As I re-highlighted last week.

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