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Isto é o que acontece ao corpo se passar um dia a comer tudo o que quiser

Parar de treinar, ir a restaurantes de fast food, não beber água suficiente ou devorar um pacote de bolachas à noite. Receita para o desastre? Talvez não.

Vá, é só um dia.

Nem sempre é fácil dizer adeus aos chocolates, gelados e até mesmo ao pão. É nestes momentos, em que a vontade de quebrar a rotina saudável é mais forte, que as contas de Instagram fit são uma verdadeira fonte de inspiração. E se lhe disséssemos que não é assim tão difícil enganar a dieta durante um dia? Foi isso que uma das PT e instagrammers mais famosas do mundo fit, Anna Victoria — que tem mais de um milhão se seguidores — revelou na sua conta.

A treinadora americana, que criou a app de fitness Body Love, partilhou três fotografias onde mostra o seu corpo um dia antes de ter comido apenas o que quis durante 24 horas, outra com os resultados nesse mesmo dia e a terceira tirada na manhã seguinte. Os efeitos foram praticamente nulos.

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ONE MEAL/DAY WILL NOT RUIN YOUR PROGRESS ‼️ I took the first photo before our day at Disneyland. As I mentioned in my prior post, we thoroughly enjoyed ourself and had all sorts of goodies like churros, caramel apples, ice cream, bread bowls and more. I was super bloated when I got home, but I just drank a ton of water and got some protein in before I went to bed. And guess what? I woke up this morning looking the EXACT same pre-cheat meal/cheat day. One unhealthy meal or day will not ruin your progress just like one good meal won't make you lose weight. 🙅 In the moment of a cheat meal or shortly after when the bloat struggle is all too real, we let our minds go into a downward spiral and think we've just ruined weeks of hard work. No, you haven't ‼️ In fact, that one cheat meal likely helped decrease cortisol (the stress hormone that causes your body to hold onto fat/prevents you from losing it) and can even help your body more effectively burn fat once you're back on track the next day 🤗So let yourself LIVE! You can go out and enjoy a meal with friends and family without letting it ruin you emotionally. We have to understand that food serves a purpose: to fuel and nourish our bodies. And in order to feel our best, utilizing food for this purpose about 80% of the time is what will help us feel great, inside and out. That leaves the other 20% for you to indulge and remember that life is also about kicking back and enjoying yourself! The 80% is about long-term enjoyment and satisfaction while the 20% is short term. We need a bit of both. Too much of a good thing can be bad, in both cases 😉 I know this balance is hard to strike. It takes time, trial and error. For me, I can't do little cheats through the week for my 20% because when my sweet tooth gets a little taste, it wants more and more. So I save my 20% for one big ol' cheat meal on the weekend and I know I have to commit to getting right back on track the next day (usually Sunday). That means self control the rest of the weekend. When you are struggling, remind yourself why you're here and that you're doing this for you, and your future self will thank you for it. 💗 #fbggirls

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