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Cheat Meals and Weight Loss - How to Cheat and Still Lose Weight

If a person can eat healthfully for the majority of the week, he or she should certainly be able to enjoy a cheat meal at the end of the week. The problem is that sometimes, a person does not want to start back up on his or her diet again once his or her cheat meal is over with.


Cheat meals are meals that are eaten when a person wants to break free from his or her diet for a temporary period. Cheat meals often involve binging out on some form of fast food, chips, or candy.


Sometimes, a person may give themselves an entire day of cheat meals. For instance, a person might follow his or her diet from Sunday through Friday, and designate Saturday as a cheat meal day. If a person can eat healthfully for the majority of the week, he or she should certainly be able to enjoy a cheat meal at the end of the week.


The problem is that sometimes, a person does not want to start back up on his or her diet again once the cheat meal is over with. After a cheat meal, people have a tendency to crave their favorite foods all the more, and it is likely that they will try to justify not going back on their diet right away. The solution to this problem is very simple. Instead of having a cheat meal day, just eat whatever foods you want to eat. Do not give up croissants or pizza or cookies or fried chicken. Eat what you like at all times.


The secret to weight loss is calorie count, not eating rabbit food all the time. If you don't like lettuce and carrots, then don't eat lettuce and carrots. The key is for you to know your personal calorie requirements. You must always keep in mind how many calories you can eat before gaining weight.


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