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💥FLEXIBLE DIETING FACT💥
@syattfitness 🎃If you ever get nervous or anxious or beat yourself up for eating something "bad" or going over your calories, pay attention because this is important.
🐸First, there is no such thing as a "good" food or "bad" food. "Right" food or "wrong" food. "Healthy" or "unhealthy." There is only food. And, yes, you can sometimes eat too much (or even too little). But there isn't a single food on this whole earth that is inherently good or bad. Hell, water is arguably the healthiest thing of all the things and even too much (or too little) of that will kill you.
🎳Second, progress comes from consistency NOT rigidity. Often times we'll eat one "bad" thing and immediately go into self loathing mode. We'll think we failed and ruined all of our progress and have to start all over again. But, obviously, that's not true. In the same way no one has ever gotten skinny from eating a salad, no one ever got fat from eating a doughnut (or cake or pizza or oreos or whatever).
🦄Progress takes time. And patience. Lots of both. And the sooner you realize the key to successful dieting lies in the sooner you will remove all nutrition-related stress and can focus on the things that matter most to you (family, friends, deadlifts, etc).
🙏❤I hope this helps and, as always, any questions leave em below 💪
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