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    cheat meal instead of cheat day

    I hear about cheat days a lot, but does anyone have a cheat meal every day rather than a whole day dedicated to cheating?

    I know that would be more convenient for me. Think it would hurt? Well, would it hurt moreso than a full day of cheating every week?

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    I usually cheat every day. Today, my diet has consisted of coffee, cigarettes, water, fried chicken, and raw chocolate-chip cookie dough. But then again, I'm a fat bastard.

    Seriously, I don't think you could get the results you are probably seeking if you had a cheat meal everyday.

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    "I usually cheat every day. Today, my diet has consisted of coffee, cigarettes, water, fried chicken, and raw chocolate-chip cookie dough. But then again, I'm a fat bastard."

    lol

    i can maintain cheating somewhat everyday... good look losing fat doing that

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    It depends on a lot of things... Calories primaly and then other things..

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    I have a have a cheat day and I found it helps with my strength . I eat 6000 calories on my cheat day and the next day I feel at least 20% stronger in the gym and bodyfat stayes the same. I think that having a cheat day is good for bulking because your shocking your anabolic hormones an putting yourself into an anabolic state. I don't believe that having a cheat day will ruin your physique if you have a fast to moderate metabolism. If someone ha a slow metabolism with an endomorphic body type I think they should only have a cheat meal sinse their metabolism is extremelly slow and they are prone to gaining fat very easily.
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    The truth is that you primaly need to include cheat days in your nutrition plans.This way you increase your T3 and Leptin levels.So,you can have a cheat day which can raise your metabolism assuming that it would primaly consists of carbs.A lot of fat in a cheat day is what can "harm" you,and not a lot of carbs.

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    Originally posted by johny walker
    If someone ha a slow metabolism with an endomorphic body type I think they should only have a cheat meal sinse their metabolism is extremelly slow and they are prone to gaining fat very easily.
    Wait, i thought endomorphs were exactly the people who typically have high metabolisms?

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    Actually,ectomorphs have the fastest metabolisms...

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    ok i got the two confused. it goes ectomorph, mesomorph THEN endomorph, right?

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    I could live with a "cheat meal" just as long as take it early in the day, like noon or so....the rest of the day I down water to try to flush out the sodium and other stuff....

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    i just had a cheat day,whoop had alot of carbs and maybe about 50-60gram fat,gonna do cardio today
    WHOOP

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