The reason I’m not talking that much about cheat meals is because, for me personally and for most of my clients, they tend to have an effect on how you perceive ‘good’ and ‘bad’ foods.
That’s the opposite of what we want to achieve here with our flexible approach. Try not thinking about food in terms of ‘cheat meals or healthy meals’, but instead focus on eating foods that make you feel good most of the time while indulging a bit in worthwhile treats.
The less you restrict yourself, the more balanced you will feel.
Or as my good friend Sarah Campbell from @findfoodjoy says:
If you want to know my opinion on intermittent fasting, you can click here to read my article.