Can You Have Your Cake and Eat It Too?

Let’s define “Cheat Meals”

Is it possible for you to eat well, be healthy, and still enjoy pizza, ice cream, or a cheeseburger? Of course it is, as long as it is “once in a while” and not once a week. Special occasions are going to happen, you will have birthdays, Holidays, and vacations. To say that you are never going to eat your favorite food again might be a little far-fetched. Next week is little Johnny’s birthday party, Friday night is a work party, and you have a family dinner on Sunday. You need to decide what you want to “indulge” in and just have that one thing that you love. Let’s not call this a “cheat meal”. Cheat meal sounds naughty and forbidden. There is this stigma around the “cheat day, or cheat meal” that makes us want to come back for more the next week, or even the same day. But these special occasions need to be just that, special occasions. Once per month, every 2 months, or once per year.

Enjoy Your Favorite Food, Homemade

Someone recently said they loved pizza and couldn’t live without it. So let’s talk about that. If you love pizza that is fine. Pizza could be made well with wholesome ingredients and taste incredible. Does it have to be Papa Johns? I sure hope not. You should not indulge in garbage food that is full of preservatives, processed oils, meat, and cheese. There is a difference in eating an artisan pizza from a nice restaurant who uses well-sourced ingredients, and eating pizza from a fast food chain like Papa Johns. There is a difference in eating a pre-made, pre-packaged cake from the super market and eating a cake that was homemade or made fresh from a bakery. These are things that are ok every once in a while, but when eaten regularly or in excess they will ruin your health.

Be Mindful and Balanced

If you are choosing to partake in your special occasion food, you should do so mindfully and with a plan in mind. You need to measure out a reasonable portion and add some other healthy choices to go along with it. Have your 2 slices of pizza with a big salad. Have 1 slice of cake or pie at Thanksgiving dinner and a big glass of water. Don’t eat 2 dinner rolls, mashed potatoes, and cake. Choose 1 or 2 smaller portions and enjoy each bite. Chew your food, set your fork down between bites. Listen to your body and pay attention to when you are full.

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