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Professional Opinion: Are diet "cheat days" ever OK?


It's common for people to give themselves "cheat days" when they are dieting. But is this really OK? Is it better to cheat in a small way regularly rather than blow the whole diet once a week? How can you stick to a diet when you really feel like cheating?

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