One bad meal won’t torch your efforts, but habitual poor choices will. “The best way to look at food is not by seeing food as 'always' or 'never,' but it’s more about your patterns of eating,” says Lemond. Your patterns of eating are the choices you make day in and day out. Choosing healthy options the majority of the time, with a few cheats here and there, is more sustainable than an “all or nothing” mentality.
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