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Kim-Foster-MD Kim-Foster-MD 4 years
Yes! I totally believe that indulgences and "cheating" have a place in a healthy lifestyle. I write about this A LOT, and have a whole theory around it (I call it Wicked Healthy). Trying to achieve a "perfectly" healthy lifestyle is not only unattainable, it's no fun. And you won't stick with it. I think building in some wiggle room for indulgences means you're more likely to stay true for the long haul, and be healthier overall. More thoughts on this, if you're interested... http://wp.me/p1q6vt-17
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