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  1. My pleasure - you actually beat us to the punch, there is a Dear Melissa article coming out soon about this!
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  2. Settyfitness

    Starting October 1

    Only YOU know how YOU feel ....There aren’t many things in life where everyone has the same reaction. Not everything works for everyone. But a lot of those people it “doesn’t work” for haven’t tried it either. Go with what you know. You put in the work and you are reaping the rewards. We really change up everything in our house based on a recipe we love or want to try. Pork tenderloin is a grilling staple in our house but we cook with many different compliant rubs or sauces. So even if we are eating the same protein it’s never the same. Hope this helps!
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  3. Meliena

    Starting October 1

    I have been there before. My sister is a physiotherapist and when it comes to food, she definitely feels like she knows everything. I was doing my reintroduction and she had a hard time believing that my allergies started back up when I reintroduced rice, because "no diet can eliminate allergies" and how did I know my allergies hadn't just subsided because of the time etc. etc. I just told her that maybe she was right, maybe she was wrong, but I felt better than ever so, for myself, I love the Whole30. Might not be great for everyone, but why does that matter? When it comes to switching
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  4. I LOVE anything taco related. I could eat it every day of the week haha. This is my go-to recipe for taco boats which we cook at least once a week. I like to top them with salsa or avocado. Taco Boats Ingredients: 1 Zucchini, with ends cut off and cut lengthwise. 1/2 pound ground beef 1 tablespoon taco seasoning Olive oil Directions: 1. Preheat oven to 400 F. 2. Scoop out insides of zucchini halves, making boats. 3. Place zucchini boats face down (hole down) on a baking sheet drizzled with olive oil. 4. Cook for 30 minutes.
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  5. Something like kombucha could help - it's really hard to know what will change the situation. The bacteria is great for your gut, no questions asked, but to sharp of a spike in consumption can cause the same problems you're experiencing now. I'd encourage you to give it a try - a couple of ounces per day - along with some foods you know are more calming to the system (sweet potatoes, bananas, unsweetened applesauce).
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