Are There Benefits to a Cheat Meal?

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Cheat meals are often a dieter’s way to indulge without feeling overall guilt. Hafthor Bjornsson who plays “The Mountain” on “Game of Thrones,” devours 17,000 calories on his cheat day beef, rice, pancakes, chocolate milkshakes, burgers, fries, pizzas and a dozen donuts. ER physician Dr. Travis Stork shares that one of the benefits of a cheat meal or day is the reminder of how terrible you feel after it.

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