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Old 09-30-2011, 04:57 PM   #11 (permalink)
mecompco
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Some great advice! Personally, back along, I planned one "day off" per month and it worked very well. I didn't "go crazy" and didn't (and still don't) eat any junk like desserts and/or bakery items (a major problem for me). But other than that, no limits and no regrets. I did (and do) log EVERYTHING, though.

I don't like to call this a "cheat", because it's not. The whole "cheating" thing can turn into "all or nothing thinking" and that is a slippery slope to head down. If it's a part of your plan, it's not a "cheat".

If you have particular trigger foods (like sweets for me) you might still want to avoid them, even on your day off.

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Michael
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