Is it bad to have a food “cheat” day?


Nishta Saxena, Registered Dietitian and Nutrition, discusses the dangers of having a “cheat day” mindset. Watch the video to learn more about how to have a healthier relationship with your food.

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Meet our experts: Nishta Saxena

Nishta Saxena is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, founder of Vibrant Nutrition, and busy mother of two kids. Her expertise is focused on pediatric and family nutrition and chronic disease prevention including heart disease and Type 2 Diabetes, as well as weight and cholesterol management. Nishta has helped thousands of families throughout the life cycle experience the powerful health effects of optimal nutrition. She is also a well-known “nutrition myth buster”, promoting evidence-based nutrition. Her favorite food is chickpeas.

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