For 20 calories you can have pudding at two meals a day with no guilt!
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Of course it is! I believe firmly in "deny nothing." If I want something, I have it... in reasonable portions, within my calorie range. I don't fall to massive cravings because I don't get in a fight with myself over it. I indulge! I just do so responsibly.
As long as you're not sacrificing your healthy eating habits to allow yourself an occasional treat, it's fine.
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as far as dessert everyday goes, it depends on where you are. if you're in the lowest ranges [1200-1550] and you're eating those first 1200 cals in a balanced manner, you have room for a few hundred discretionary calories. the higher your ranges are, the better the chances that you're fulfilling the rest of your nutritional needs and the more calories you have as discretionary.
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