Do THIS After A Cheat Day

Everyone’s favorite day is when they can stuff their mouths with their favorite foods without feeling guilty until the next day or so. There are ways to bounce back from indulging at the weekend barbecue. To start, the day following the cheat day it is important to get proteins back into your body. An easy and effective way to achieve this is to make protein shakes throughout the day. Josh advises drinking up to four shakes a day, high volume of protein with minimum preservatives or sweeteners. The reason these shakes work well after a cheat day is because shakes provide a filling substitute to a full meal and keep you from overeating. Bulking up on good proteins is key after a cheat day, it also helps burn fat.

Another important step to eating healthy after a cheat day is to focus on eating good proteins, and plenty of vegetables as well. Chicken, fish, and turkey accompanied with green vegetables to cleanse the body with high fiber and bloating. These healthy foods also provide good fats which help with digestion and are a great natural way to clear the body of any toxins.

The final step of the three day cheat day rotation is to splurge! This is usually everyone’s favorite step since you are allowed to eat anything you desire. But there is a catch which is to not fill up completely. Also, to never have this meal as the last of the day since sleeping on a full stomach and cause issues and store fats in the wrong place.
While on the cycle, taking the right supplements to work with the diet is a great way to get a head start on weight loss. Controlling blood sugar levels is key as well, supplements can help stabilize the levels and create a smooth diet cycle.


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