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Food for thought -- Smart eating habits

WNBA player Jayne Appel has made a point of changing her eating and sleeping habits this offseason. It's only healthy eating all week with nine-plus hours of sleep every weeknight. But there is a secret to staying on track with her diet -- a cheat meal once a week topped off with a girl scout cookie sundae.

Updated: April 25, 2011, 4:32 PM ET
By Jayne Appel

During this offseason, I made it a huge focus point to change my eating habits and sleeping habits. With my new eating habits, I have noticed a huge change in not only the way I look, but more importantly the way I feel and perform. Don't get me wrong; I usually eat pretty healthy. I just made it a focus to be really careful about what I am putting into my body. I took to heart the phrase "you are what you eat."

Before this training period, my diet would consist of lots of veggies, ...

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