mariebolnous

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  1. Thank you very much @ladyshanny for your helpful reply! Do you think it would make sense if I do a very slow introduction, like 10-14 days between introducing new foods? Will that help the body to heal and at the same time learn about the effects of those foods groups on my body, or does it not make a difference? I am really anxious of losing my precious NSVs. Really appreciate your advice!
  2. I did the September Whole30 which was quite an eye opener - so many NSV! Especially my sleep quality has drastically improved, my mood was better, and my energy stayed constant. My psoriasis symptoms slightly improved. I lost 6 lbs which I am happy about. I started reintroduction with a glass red wine and because of that I had a second glass and then I binged chocolate. Quite a learning experience! I went back to Whole30 for three days and then did the reintro with only one glass of wine (I learned something here) which went fine. However, my sleep quality is not as good, my energy fluctuates. I am back to Whole30 since and today is the first day I feel “Whole30-good” again. Now I am wondering if I should extend my Whole30 to 90 days to allow my body more time to heal. I have lost another 3 lbs since and psoriasis symptoms seem to improve gradually. I am ok with cravings; I actually believe I am still in to process of getting used of not having foods that make me binge, like cheese. I am reluctant to introduce other foods because I am afraid to lose all the NSV which are such a tremendous improvement of life quality. On the other side, I worry never to reach “food freedom”. Do you have any advice? Does anyone have a similar experience?
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    Continue after 30 days

    I can totally relate to your statement! I think the program should continue a lifetime, just that we can make exeptions (when they are worth it), that‘s what I understood with „food freedom forever“. However, it seems that for my side, I haven‘t lost weight yet (but of course, I do not really know because the scale is still locked away) but I feel somewhat leaner.