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Hii,

So I’m on a diet (it’s been 5 days now) and it’s going well. I don’t have much cravings and I’ve been burning more than I’m eating. I realised I eat 2 dates and 1 or two apples a day because I love sweet things BUT isn’t this bad? Like don’t they both have quite a lot of sugar?
Oh and I did have a bite or two of a cake because my mums been baking a lot 😤but that’s alright I think..right?
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sounds good to me. fructose is in fruit but all the benefits of fruit outweigh its sugar content., just don't have a whole bowl full if you're on a diet.
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sounds good to me. fructose is in fruit but all the benefits of fruit outweigh its sugar content., just don't have a whole bowl full if you're on a diet.
Another questionnn. Is a cheat day okay for a 1 week diet?
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Another questionnn. Is a cheat day okay for a 1 week diet?
If it helps you get through the week of dieting I'd say go for it, but make it fit inside your calorie limit.
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Fruits contain natural sugars and a good amount of fibre, if you eat them as a fruit rather than juice them then the fibre content helps your body to process the natural sugars better, and they won't have a negative affect on your diet so long as you don't have too many. It's the refined sugars like you find in cakes, sweets/candy etc that will have a negative effect on your body. They are ok in very small quantities ie a chocolate bar or slice of cake once or twice a week won't really make much difference.
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Another questionnn. Is a cheat day okay for a 1 week diet?
if you want to have longterm lifestyle changes incorporate more "cheat" items in your diet for example one every 2 days. check out the 80/20 diet - its more sustainable than eating perfectly for 6 days then a cheat day.
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