There is nothing wrong with taking a "cheat" day, but it must still be done in moderation and not as a reward for what you have done the rest of the week. My Thursdays and Fridays are usually higher calorie days as I don't eat as healthy foods as I usually do the rest of the week. I also take off from exercising either of those two days, but I started that only a couple of weeks ago. Be careful that your cheat days especially with sugar don't keep on rolling on. I know I can't seem to stop eating sugar once I start :( Good luck!
" Do not think how hard is it. Just think that you will do it, no matter how."
Written in 2012 by Peter Diaz --- El Salvador
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