Tyson Fury's six meals a day includes a curry and skewered chicken

Tyson Fury consumes around 5,000 calories a day and his six meals a day have now been revealed by his nutritionist.

Tyson Fury's incredible body transformation is down to his current diet of six meals a day, which includes curry and skewered chicken.

The 33-year-old's stock has never been higher following a second successive stoppage of Deontay Wilder in October.

The "Gypsy King" knocked Wilder out in round 11 to make a successful first defence of his WBC title and is could fight Oleksandr Usyk next for the undisputed title, if reports are to be believed.

At one point, it seemed like Fury would never return to boxing let alone return to the top of the mountain.

Fury lost an incredible 140lbs on his way to returning to the ring in 2018 under trainer Ben Davison and now his diet has been revealed by his nutritionist George Lockhart.

Timothy Allcock - Friend and camp manager of Fury - was also his personal chef ahead of his first bout against Wilder in December 2018 and peanut butter chicken was on the menu most evenings.

Lockhart has since taken over in the kitchen and he makes salmon cakes with spicy jalapenos, coriander and Greek yoghurt dressing for Fury.

Fury also enjoys sriracha honey salmon alongside quinoa as well as skewered chicken with tzatziki sauce.

Lockhart - a former MMA fighter who also provides nutrition for Conor McGregor - even manages to make brussel sprouts look appealing.

But it is a red meat curry dish which is a favourite of Fury's when it comes to the menu.

Below is Tyson Fury's typical food intake for the day.

Breakfast: Greek yoghurt with berries

Lunch No.1: Salmon cakes with spicy jalapenos, cilantro and Greek yoghurt.

Lunch No.2: Skewered chicken with tzatziki sauce

Dinner No.1: Red meat curry with turmeric

Dinner No.2: Apple and cranberry stuffed pork loin with butternut squash, quinoa, walnuts and spinach.

Supper: Sriracha honey salmon

Fury admits he trains every day - not only to remain in trim shape but to also look after his mental health.

There is no doubt that nutrition plays a big factor in his conditioning though and it has even inspired him to launch his own range of food.

It is believed Fury has agreed an exclusive deal with supermarket chain Iceland.

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