Yesterday I wondered the same thing. I questioned myself as to whether my Saturday breakfast was too unhealthy to be great. I then decided that pleasure and a feeling of fullness on my busy Saturday, (as I’d barely had time for any breakfast through the week), was a great breakfast indeed.
Yesterday’s Saturday breakfast contained half a grapefruit with a spoonful of Demerara sugar on top followed by a bowl of granola with dark chocolate curls topped with Greek yoghurt and raspberries.
This was not a diet breakfast – this was the mixture of the nourishing and indulgent that I really wanted and I enjoyed every unhurried mouth full;).
of an extent, amount, or intensity considerably is above the normal or average and which of quality, or eminence is considerably above the normal or average. So if the health diminishes is it not great.
"Is it ok to be unhealthy for quarter of the week"?
That's completely up to you but perhaps after 5 days of feeling nice, light and healthy you'll feel a significant difference after eating something rather unhealthy.
5 days isn't really enough to build up habit of eating healthy so you also might find that the 2 treat days turns into a midweek treat too and slowly creeps into everyday.
Perhaps you need to rethink your regular breakfasts to make them exiting enough that you don't feel the need to have cheat days? Every breakfast should feel enjoyable and not a punishment until you get to the weekend.
I'd not like the idea of being in a never ending cycle where the 5 days are just a way to make up for the weekend.
Hope this was of some little help.
On the other hand if it’s a healthy treat and you know it brightens up your day maybe you could incorporate it into your normal breakfast? however it is I guess always good to have something you like as a treat rather than normalising it so that you can boosten up your day if you’ve had a bad start or also further improve your happy staff with a treat from all the hard work during the week.
But I think the overall message is that you should have your ‘great breakfast’ as a treat for yourself rather than normalising it.
Vs. a pancake spurge with added bran, fruit topping,,maple syrup ect..:)
If the rest of the time is on track…would say one ‘splurge ‘a week to treat yourself is not bad, all In all..
Because on the weekends maybe I don't do exercise and ganó peso al comer no saludable, so I should define a great breakfast healthy and así I can to keep my figure
But of course, please ask someone or search it up before you do it…
You got to understand that eating healthy is not a penalty and you can find many healthy foods that you actually enjoy eating. Eating unhealthy food is also okay you treat yourself for your efforts and maybe it helps you maintain balance or encourage you to keep eating healthy.
We are humans and we crave for unhealthy food and that is perfectly ok… We have to maintain a balance between mind and body!
But lets focus on eating a very tasty as well as a healthy breakfast (yes it exists) every morning. Would you still be craving for an unhealthy breakfast? Chances are….no!
Try it…. Breakfast is considered to be the most important meal of the day and it should be enjoyable… There are so many Tasty Healthy choices out there for you… just pick anyone you like!
Yes afcuse , Healthy is when there is balance , the body sometimes need someting that isent really Healthy so go get you a Nice treat 😋 Remember Healthy is balance
I guess it depends on your goals. Are your goals to get fit and healthy, and therefore eat a healthy breakfast each day?
Or do you just want to eat something filling first thing?
Dont make a habbit of unhealthy breakfast.
Make sure you get your nutrients throughout the day and do not forget to drink water!
Maybe you can eat with a tiny spoon or fork. You will more likely eat little bites, so you will be forced to take your time and to enjoy every bite!
(And remember; full is full!)
Enjoy your ‘less healthy’ but great breakfast!
later as a snack but don’t feel bad about eating it either 😉
Also remember that healthy breakfasts can taste just as amazing and pancakes and waffles, you just need to find ways to make healthy breakfasts more interesting. Be creative with it! 🙂