Sunday, September 4, 2016

How I Get Away With Eating Bad Food

How I get away with Eating Bad Food

1) I Rarely Eat it

If I eat a pizza it's once every week or 2. A pancake maybe once a month. Cake maybe twice a year. I post the photos of me eating bad because it's a rare occasion.

Plus it get's the most likes, nobody ever likes my photos of grilled chicken or oatmeal. So blame yourself for me showing off my bad food.

2) I Eat Healthy Almost all the Time

Almost everything I eat is healthy. Oatmeal, Ezekiel Bread. Fruit, Vegetables, All Natural Peanut Butter, Grilled Chicken, Brown Rice, Lean Ground Turkey, Almonds, etc. And the only thing I drink is water and black coffee.

That's almost all I eat. Don't feel sorry for me, I enjoy it.

I know, I'm not human.

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3) I Work Out Every Day

I lift 4 days a week, and do cardio 3 days a week. When you increase the amount of calories you're burning, you're able to get away with eating more calories. Just ask Michael Phelps.

Also, when you have a larger amount of muscle your metabolism increases and allows you to eat more calories as well. Again, ask Micheal Phelps. Go on, ask him.

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4) I Only Allow 10-20% of My Calories to Come From Junk

I typically have a bowl of cereal a day. It's my one cheat meal. If you look at my overall calories it's only about 10% of what my total intake. I could probably get away with more but I play it conservative with dat der junk food.

I like to use Alan Aragon’s percentages to guide decisions
70% intake = whole foods you love
10% intake = whole foods you don’t mind
10% intake = questionable food you love
10% intake = blatant junk you love

5) I'm Just Trying to Maintain

If I was trying to cut, I would probably skimp on most of my cheat meals. I'm trying to make every calorie count towards keeping me full, and junk food is terrible at that. But since I'm not trying to lose weight, I don't have to worry about that.