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What Are The Effects Of Eating Cookies?

Contrary to popular belief, you’re allowed to eat whatever the hell you want.

The “healthy” community of social media can get really tiring. Everywhere you turn, somebody is telling you what you should or shouldn’t eat. And it happens in the real world, too.

Somebody brings cookies into your office, and when you go to grab one, Patrice scolds you for eating sugar. You know, because sugar is so awful for you.

Nobody asked you, Patrice!

It’s smart to be informed. I like to share nutritional information and give you the tools to make your own decisions on what you would like to eat.

I would never advise someone to eat cookies every single day. But if you want a cookie, eat a damn cookie. If calories are a concern for you, know how many calories you’re consuming, and move on with your life.

There’s always going to be people telling you what you should or shouldn’t eat. Ignore them. Seriously.

It’s one thing to educate someone, but it’s another thing to totally berate them. Everyone knows that a cookie isn’t a health food- let them enjoy their 100 calories of happiness and move on with their lives.

Damnit Patrice.

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About Matt Rosenman

With over 15 years of experience in health and fitness, Matt Rosenman is the expert voice behind Matt’s philosophy is simple: no foods are off-limits, and a healthy lifestyle shouldn't be complicated or restrictive. As a certified personal trainer with a bachelor’s degree in Health Behavioral Sciences, Matt brings well-rounded expertise to his blog. From revamping classic recipes with a nutritious twist to debunking health myths, he guides his readers through the maze of fitness fads with science-backed advice. Featured in major publications and with a strong following on social media, Matt is committed to making “healthy” uncomplicated—proving there's no need for a cheat day when you’re enjoying delicious, better-for-you meals every day. Join Matt on his mission to simplify health without sacrificing flavor. Learn More