These 3 Simple Questions Will Help You Eat Junk Food Without Bingeing or Feeling Guilty

Chocolate Brownie Recipe

“Should I eat it or not?”

If you’ve ever dieted before, you’ve asked yourself that question.

You want to lose fat as quickly as possible, but you don’t want to completely give up higher calorie foods, like dessert.

After a diet, when you can’t take the cravings any more, it’s easy to binge on junk food.

But not if you ask yourself these three questions.

This simple three-step formula will help you indulge in your favorite foods without bingeing, restricting, or feeling guilty. You’ll be able to eat your favorite foods during your diet, without ruining your progress.

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Flexible Dieting: The Simple Path to Losing Fat and Staying Lean while Eating Your Favorite Foods by Armi Legge

BakeWise: The Hows and Whys of Successful Baking with Over 200 Magnificent Recipes by Shirley O. Corriher

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