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  1. Day 3: Breakfast: chia "pudding" with blueberries, bananas, and almond butter Lunch: arugula salad with roast beef and turkey; lime juice and homemade guacamole Dinner: cauliflower rice, roasted squash, turkey burger with guacamole Dessert: bowl of fruit (pineapple, banana, frozen peaches) Snacks: chia "pudding" with cocoa powder and cinnamon chia "pudding" with pineapple slices zucchini noodles with cashews and whole30 spicy asian dressing Thoughts: I was feeling very well rested yesterday and surprisingly clear
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  2. Hi Everyone! I'm Patrick and I'm starting the Whole30 tomorrow (Monday, June 1st 2020) with my mom. I have been back and forth with my health for a few years now. While I have been relatively health-conscious, I haven't achieved a sustainably healthy lifestyle that allows me to maintain my goals long-term. This is definitely a time of transition in my life: I am currently living at home due to the coronavirus pandemic, after which I will be relocating to LA for work. I was also recently in an accident that broke my collarbone that I am still recovering from. Since there's a lot of
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  3. kirbz

    Round 4 - FIGHT!

    Oh my goodness, I can totally relate to your recent post expressing concerns about life after Whole30. It reads as something I could have written myself. I'm also on my fifth Whole30 and I have fallen into fourth-grade-boy-left-alone-at-home bad eating habits in between each one. When will I learn? I've had Food Freedom Forever and also haven't read it. What could it possibly teach me that I don't already know?! LOL. Maybe it's time for me to read it too. I need this one to stick. I need this round to be the driver for a permanent lifestyle change. I feel so much better, so much more aligned,
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  4. Sorry, I neglected to say it's an internet-based company-they source wines rather than produce them, but you can often find the ones they are selling at the original vintner or through wine.com, etc. I never thought to ask my local store to order for me! If you check them out and decide to order, it does take about 5 days to get to you and you pay the shipping. And they are a little pricier than what you might typically be able to get in store, but I've been happy with all my bottles so far.
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  5. I've also done 5 rounds, currently working on preparing myself for round 6. While I was frustrated with myself that I didn't hold fast, looking back, they were good resets for me. There wasn't a lot of time that passed between the first four. I had a period of about 8 years where I maintained a healthy, whole-30 influenced lifestyle. It was almost 5 years between round 4 and 5 (this past September), and boy did I fall off the wagon in that time. Here I am again, trying to get back to it, 90 pounds over where I was at my best weight about a decade ago. I think there is value in becoming a
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  6. I love reading all your NSVs! And your hacks are awesome and easy to do. Re: the wine. I also enjoy having a glass a wine with dinner or sharing a bottle with friends. I don't know if you are aware of DryFarm Wines? They source organic, no sugar-added wines from around the world. The wines are considered paleo- and keto-friendly.
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  7. Dinner is meatball stew - meatballs in a tomato sauce (with some of my red pepper sauce chucked in) with potato, carrot, celery and beans.
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  8. Huh. I just went back to look at my previous logs for previous rounds to get some ideas and I found my Round 1 log, my Round 2 log, my Round 3, log, my other Round 3 log, and this one... This is actually round 5! One of the round 3's I didn't make it all the way through (22 days then had to go interstate with no hope of staying compliant), and second Round 3 was also cut slightly short (intentionally, I had booked a holiday to a cheese festival 6 months beforehand so it was a W25) but I did not realise that I've actually done 5 rounds (albeit 2 incomplete) in 18 months. There you go.
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  9. Y’all got me all teary eyed. Thank you for the words of encouragement. Water! Water! Water! I realized I’ve hardly been drinking anything at all. A sip of water or Gatorade here a chug of chocolate milk there. So I’m working on drinking all my water today. I’ve had 51 Oz so far today and it has helped. Not only was I exhausted I had also been dealing with dehydration. We declared today a TV free day which has also helped us all be more productive. Im going to steal a nap while baby naps before my skate son gets here to help me mount skate boots to fill some more orders.
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  10. Ghee was a massive success! I'm never buying it again. So was lunch, everything was so delicious! I admit I ate way more than I am accustomed to at the moment, and dinner will be a very light affair. It was so great to catch up with my friend, and just hang out.
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  11. I'm the same with the working from home. I love it. I hate what it's doing to the world, but for me personally, if I could stay working from home forever, I'd be happy. I am exercising more, my house is clean, my yard's in order, I've got stuff done that I've been putting off for literally years. And the cooking is fantastic!
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