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Here are a few ways you can incorporate a cheat meal in your diet, and at the same time minimizing the damage to your body.
You work six or seven days a week and you don’t have time to make the healthy meals you used to, so now you’ve stopped putting on muscle. You hit the gym when you can, making sure you get a quick sweat before hitting the office, doing cardio and occasionally hitting the weights and yet you still aren’t making progress. Is it impossible to be a workaholic and still get in shape?
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