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  3. Honestly, it sounds like you're all set. I ate zucchini as my only vegetable during a Whole30 and it was a-ok. Broccoli is one of my faves too so I could definitely eat that every day.
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  5. Thanks that really helps.
  6. I am starting May 1st as well. Feeling overwhelmed. I have read and reread. Still so much to learn!!!
  7. Thank you for your response. I appreciate it!!
  8. I hope you and your dog are creating more memories every day. (Hugs)
  9. Okay so I"ve reformatted your post to separate your days and meals. Is this really all you're eating? Yesterday it looks like you ate fruit, nuts, nut butter, dates and an omlette with salad and potato? The day before was nuts, dried fruit, fruit and two salads, only one having protien and fat. By 10am (or thereabouts) pacific time, you'd only eaten a banana and almond butter and were going to work out? This is an extremely frighteningly minimal amount of food and the majority of it is made up of fruit, nuts, dried fruit and nut butter. That's 100% where your gastro problems are coming from. Have you seen the meal template? You should be making three meals a day to match the template. Nuts are not your best choice because aside from causing GI distress, they are poorly fat balanced. The template recommends limiting nuts... think a closed handful every other day sort of limit... nut butters would be less. Fruit is recommended to be 0-2 fist sized servings once a day, eaten with meals, not alone or as a snack or even worse, as a meal. One last point, compliant ham is very hard to find so check that package again. They usually have some sort of sugar.
  10. HI Dawn and all I'm a newby and going to read as much as possible for a May 1 start date. Planning on kitchen prep next 2 days after work. Praying for a positive launch and family support. Brenda
  11. No, nuts are notorious for causing bloating and being difficult to digest but they don't have any inflammatory properties that would have reset your reset... steer clear of them tho as obviously you're one of the people that don't do well with nuts... I would recommend staying away from all nuts for the remainder, not just cashews... during your re-intro, you may choose to put different kinds of nuts into rotation and reintroduce them in the same manner you do the other foods and see if there are any that are better for you.
  12. Hi all! I started on April 21 so i am 5 days in, but haven't found a support group. I've had great luck and dont feel much withdrawl symptoms. Could be because I've done the Dukan diet before which is similar but doesn't allow for fruits or starchy veggies like potatoes. Do find that i kind of want to be a recluse. I don't work outside the home and it seems easier to stay in and cook my own food. I wrnt on a 3 mike hike today and afterwards my friends wanted to get ice cream, i watched her eat and drank a water Tomorrow i have dinner plans but dining with a friend who is also doing the challenge so i should have some support. Sleep well tonight all. ❤
  13. Hi guys!!!! I am on day 16 of my first ever Whole 30! I am feeling wonderful! I miss cocktails.......other than that, I find this pretty easy to follow! Oh......I am also really wishing I could weigh myself! So curious about my loss so far! I am being good though!! In January I weighed 238! I joined Ladyboss January 21st and have since gotten down to 217 (as of April 10th when I started Whole 30). I would LOVE to get under 200 before my trip to Jamaica in June! Working hard to make it happen! Happy to join this forum and would gladly accept any suggestions you all might have for conquering the Whole 30 and beyond! Thanks, guys! Pleasure to meetcha!!!
  14. I'm 9 days in to my whole30!! I have not cheated at all and I have noticed a significant change in my body. I have felt so much better and I haven't had any stomach pain or bloating. I was really hungry today and I decided to eat a small handful of cashews (something I have never really snacked on before) and my stomach has completely bloated and I'm feeling very unwell... Does this mean I need to reset my whole 30 because I ate something that I'm claret sensitive to!!??
  15. i am so sorry to hear your dog is sick. Hang in there.
  16. Hi there! I am on day 16 of my first Whole 30! Something that has helped me is cooking Whole 30 approved crock pot meals a couple of times each week! That way I easily pack a healthy lunch and always have something healthy I can quickly heat up and eat. I am okay with eating the same thing a couple of times each week! It has saved me for sure!
  17. Dear Maine Mom, Please accept my most heartfelt sympathy for what you're going through with your beloved dog. They do leave their paw prints on our hearts. Alaska Woman
  18. Have you tried roasting vegetables on a sheet pan in a hot oven? I just drizzle with olive oil and add salt and ground pepper. They carmelize and become so flavorful: broccoli, Brussels sprouts and carrots are some of my favorites as well as sweet potato slices. I also grill veggies often on my George Forman grill, especially onions, mushrooms, bell peppers and zucchini. Again, so flavorful!
  19. Not really necessary... people are already posting here, may as well stay here. If you want me to edit the title, I can.
  20. Found this on the thread about Caramel color in beef broth. So it reinforces all the information I have been given with 'living proof' of why they get really 'sneaky' sometimes. Organic Caramel Color - Beef Broth "According to the Food and Drug Administration's Code of Federal Regulations carbohydrates that may be used to produce caramel color are dextrose, invert sugar, lactose, malt syrup, molasses, starch hydrolysates (such as glucose syrup) and fractions thereof, and sucrose."
  21. Thank you again.
  22. That one isn't on the sneaky sugars list, but it should be IMO. I googled Whole 30 and caramel color and found a bunch of posts where moderators had weighed in.
  23. Thank you. On a senior citizen budget it's not easy, but R1D15, and energy is up and chronic pain down.
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  25. Also, no on the sulphites in the ingredients list. If they were elsewhere on the label (as they are naturally occurring) then that would be OK. Ther are better balsamic vinegars out there and they are not all expensive ones.
  26. Thank you, where is that listed on the sneaky sugars list? Are there others that they sneak in on us?
  27. The caramel color is a version of sugar, so not compliant.
  28. I have Balsamic Vinegar of Modena. Ingredients read: Wine vinegar, concentrated grape must, cooked grape must, caramel color, contains sulfites. I am wondering if it is compliant. Someone advised me that 'caramel color' is not allowed, but I can't find it on the Additives Cheat Sheet under "off limits for the program" . Is it non-compliant?
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