I ran 3.5 miles last night when it was 28 degrees out. I woke up at 4:45 this morning to workout for an hour. 90 percent of the time my diet is healthy.
And yet, for no obvious reason, this just sounded like the perfect thing to have for breakfast.
Seared in: bacon & onion. Piled on: fried egg, crispy hashbrowns, American cheese, ketchup.
A heavenly delight if there ever was one, too bad I have to wait until lunchtime.
So, is this wrong? No, not exactly as many nutrition experts agree that diets should adhere to the 90/10 rule, meaning 90 percent of the diet should be focused solely on healthy food, while the remaining 10 percent can be devoted to cheat meals.