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Celebrate 'Eat What You Want Day' with your food of choice

(Source: daysoftheyear.com) (Source: daysoftheyear.com)
(WAFF) - No salads or yogurt or all natural juice cleanse - Monday is National Eat What You Want Day, and you can celebrate by eating whatever you want!

Eat What You Want Day was created by Thomas and Ruth Roy of weelcat.com to help people break away from the health and diet trends that stress so many out.

According to daysoftheyear.com, many nutritionists agree that you should give yourself a break as to not deprive yourself, which usually results in gorging. 

To celebrate, don't count your calories, eat some cookies and ice cream, or drop a little extra cash on that gourmet meal you usually avoid.

Send pictures of how you are celebrating to pix@waff.com, upload them to pix.waff.com or tweet them using #WAFFpix.

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