Hey sexy wildlings!

You’re probably tired of hearing that everything is connected…but it’s so true!

Are you suffering from chronic fatigue?

Chronic fatigue syndrome is a medically recognized disorder affecting millions and millions of people in the western world. If you’ve experienced crushing exhaustion (both mental and physical) for at least six months, you could be one of them. Researchers haven’t even managed to figure out what causes it, and since diagnosis is tricky, we don’t really know how many people suffer from this condition.

But, I believe a dynamic, energising, healthy calorie diet could be the solution. It’s solved every health problems in my life!

So, here’s one of the latest possible treatments to chronic fatigue, according to science: (raw, natural) chocolate!

The Aztecs really knew what they were doing, hey? Apparently indigenous people used to walk for a whole day, running on nothing more than a cup of a raw chocolate drink. Sound too good to be true? Well, modern research seems to support these claims.

A randomized, double-blind, controlled trial took people suffering from chronic fatigue and gave fake chocolate (that tasted real) to some, and real chocolate (containing phytonutrients) to others. And, as you probably guessed, the real chocolate group experienced significantly higher improvements in energy.

Does this mean you should start binging on chocolate every day? Of course not! A couple tablespoons of raw, beautiful, totally pure cacao powder will give you the same results, without all the additives in packaged chocolate. Add it to your smoothies, your oats, or anything else for a sexy, slimming boost of energy.

Or, for a special treat, try this luxurious chocolate pudding recipe, which I’ve created with your beautiful energy and body in mind.


This amazing chocolate dessert isn’t just the sexiest, tastiest, most stimulating thing you’ve put in your mouth this year…it’s also slimming, energising, and so simple to make! You only need 15 minutes in the kitchen to prepare it, then two hours of patience while you wait for it to chill. 😉

Simple, Slimming Ingredients

  • 3/4 cup coconut sugar
  • 1/2 cup raw cacao powder
  • 3 tablespoons cornstarch
  • 3 cups non-dairy mylk (try my simple and tasty mylk recipe here!)
  • 1 1/2 teaspoon pure, natural vanilla extract

Step-by-Step Instructions

  1. Take all your ingredients (except for the vanilla, which doesn’t like heat) and combine them in a saucepan.
  2. Whisk them into submission (until smooth), then bring to a gentle boil over medium heat.
  3. Once bubbling, turn down the heat and simmer for a few minutes, stirring constantly.
  4. When your chocolate mixture begins to thicken (after a few more minutes), remove it from the heat and stir in the vanilla.
  5. Remove from the heat and stir in the vanilla.
  6. Pour into a large bowl, or into five or six individual ones. Cover and leave in the refrigerator for at least two hours (you may have to find a way to distract yourself), then serve.
  7. Enjoy the sexy and slimming benefits of dynamic food combining.

So, what are you waiting for, wildlings? Let’s get cooking, and let’s get nourished!


Want to know more about what a plant-based diet can do for you? Good, because I have so many sexy recipes, facts, and stories to share with you! My new book, Everything You Want To Know About Being HEALTHY, SEXY and VEGAN, is now available for preorder! This book is the product of my years of research, as well as more than a decade of personal and professional experience. In it, I share with you practical, proven guidance to embrace the plant-based lifestyle and finally eat for the body, health, and life you deserve. A sexy body is your birthright, so go get it today!



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