DIRTY vs. CLEAN vs. BALANCED . If you eat only “dirty” (food with very little nu…


💥DIRTY vs. CLEAN vs. BALANCED💥
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If you eat only “dirty” (food with very little nutritious value and high in calories) then you’ll probably feel good short term but you’ll gain weight, lack energy and basically feel like crap eventually
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On the other hand, if you eat only “clean food” ( food that is super nutritious but a little less enjoyable for most) then you’ll probably feel great and if you keep your calories in check, look great too. The problem that most people have is that it can be tough to sustain this and the risk of binging on “dirty” food is high which leads to guilt and more binging
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If you eat a “balanced” diet (80-90% clean and 10-20% “dirty”) then you’ll feel great and be able to enjoy some foods that you really love without feeling guilty and binging later on 👍🏼 Win Win 😊
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Remember that the quantity of food you eat will dictate your weight. Even if you’re following a balanced approach, if you’re eating more calories than you’re burning you’ll gain weight
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Let me know if you’ve got any questions 🤔
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Written by @roballenfitness
Visual Credit: @apfau
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Bette

My name is Bette. I'm a 34 year old female from Turkey. My occupation is a website designer and I work from a home office. I have struggled with my weight since puberty. Still figuring out.

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