TYSON FURY’S phenomenal body transformation is down to a diet of six meals a day – including a wholesome CURRY.
The WBC champ, 33, lost an incredible 10st before his fights with Deontay Wilder.
Fury got in shape with his diet after snapping up UFC chef and Conor McGregor nutritionist George Lockhart.
And Lockhart even took to Instagram to reveal he was flying back to the UK to help Fury back in 2020.
Along with a picture of his British Airways ticket, he wrote: “Here we go again!!!! #tysonfury #lockhartandleith #cookingforthechamp #ufc #weightcut #takingover”
Naturally-gifted 6ft 9in Fury has always used to appear as though he played fast and loose with the science of the sport.
Friend and camp manager Timothy Allcock was also his personal cook ahead of his first fight against Wilder in December 2018 and peanut butter chicken was on the menu almost every night.
Fighting man Fury showed little interest in the diet fads and micro meals that come in and out of fashion among fighters and celebrities.
But he has handed over the pots and pans to former US marine and MMA fighter Lockhart to get in shape – and stay there.
Lockhart makes salmon cakes with spicy jalapenos, coriander and Greek yogurt dressing for Fury.
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The expert cook even managed to make brussel sprouts look appetising in one social media post.
Fury’s tastebuds would have been left tingling by Sriracha honey salmon laid out on a bed of quinoa and Greek rice and skewered chicken with tzatziki sauce was probably a big hit for the fighter.
Team Fury were purring over a dish of strawberry and mango salsa with tomato and cilantro rice and chilli bean shrimp patty.
And the once 28st food lover was allowed to pig out on a stunning pork dish of apple and cranberry stuffed loin with butternut squash, quinoa, walnuts, and spinach and topped with a citrus avocado vinaigrette.
With Fury’s intense training leading to a calorie deficit, he would have been boosted by a meaty serving of dijon maple syrup seared wild salmon with rosemary, garlic, roasted sweet potatoes, and tomato, spinach and bean chilli.
Lockhart even manages to make cauliflower appetising by jazzing it up with hummus patties with cilantro lime shrimp and rice, with macadamia nut, avocado, cilantro, lime sauce.
And Fury might be able to deal with his next opponent a little easier after scoffing a healthy version of sausages.
The Morecambe man had apple and chicken sausage with sweet potatoes, spinach quinoa, cooked in chicken broth with a side of baked kale chips and avocado.
Even Fury’s favourite, a curry, makes the list, with Lockhart keen to make sure the boxer gets his red meat intake just right.