Gyah! I fundamentally have a problem. I simply cannot do a regular refeed. No matter how well-planned it is, my body goes into cheat overdrive and common sense goes out the window. I never cheat that badly - it's usually on high fiber cereals and whole grains like 100% whole wheat bagels. But still, I hate myself at the end of every weekend and I seem to be unable to change this behavior, and it's driving me nuts! This is a pain in the ass for me as I'm trying to lean out.
Should I just forsake the "cheat foods" that tend to send me into this pattern? I'm definately leaning that way (pardon the pun) - it seems like I need some fundamental behavior modification before I can approach those foods again with a clear head. It pains me - I'm so consistent and effective during the week. A veritable boyscout of nutrition. And then on the weekends I turn into a ravenous animal, whereupon grains and bread-like substances became my prey.
Anyways, JB and T-Dawg advocate 10% type plans, but I'm beginning to think such a guideline is a bit too lenient for me. Opinions folks?