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  1. OMG, that is so funny. But it does feel accurate--a little!! Thanks for sharing!
  2. Ask your doctor about the Cleveland Lab studies. Some insurance won't cover it, I think I had to pay about $70.
  3. I started my first Whole 30 on New Year's Eve. The first 30 days were a real eye-opener. Lots of cravings, etc. But, I realized that 30 days was not enough to change my habits, so I did 60 (today is day 59!) It gave me an opportunity to really have some deeper emotional experiences, I think. Journaling a lot. I haven't experienced the Re-into yet..will in a couple days. My plan is to do it for 10 days, then back for another W30. You are so right, the sleep is incredible! No food is worth losing that! Good luck!
  4. Today is day 59!! Yep, loved the way I felt so much on my first W30, I just kept going. So, I've enjoyed this question and all of the answers. I'm kind of freaking out..want to do the Re-intro, just not really sure what I've actually missed that much. (Spaghetti does sound good!) But, I feel so good without the grains, the sugar (yes, drinking coffee with "Nut Pods"- YUM!) I was a Starbucks latte addict before!! That was usually my breakfast, so it's nice to see how many of you have said that breakfast was the game-changer. I totally agree! I also cannot imagine not reading labels, just to see what crap I'm thinking about putting into my magnificent body!! I've "missed" a few things, but usually when I'm just having a pity-party for myself. Usually, when it's right there in front of me (like chocolate on Valentine's day--I just wanted ONE piece, but didn't do it!--wanted to cry though!) This program is literally a life-changer. I'm grateful to be a part of this!! Thanks for all of the shares!
  5. My eating habits were atrocious. Before the Holidays, I'd decided that I'd start the New Year off by at least cooking a slow-cooker meal a few times a week. Went to Target, saw the Whole 30 Slow Cooker Cookbook. When I got home-excited about my cookbook- I saw the Whole 30 Book on my shelf. Apparently, I'd plan to make changes around this time LAST YEAR! Decided to do it..my Mantra for 2019 is FULLY COMMITTED! Started New Year's Eve (Monday). By day 3, I didn't have to take my nightly Pepcid/Tums! By day 5, I woke up HUNGRY (hadn't done that in decades). By day 6-7, sleeping so good! Not to mention, feeling my body change. More energy. No midday slump. More focused. Clear thinking. Truly, the list goes on and on!! Can't say it's all been easy, but I'm enjoying NUTPODS in my coffee. Love new recipes. Sometimes overwhelmed by the cooking and dishes. But, it's 30 days...or 60. To change habits for LIFE. It gets easier. I'm learning that the occasional "craving" if more of a pity-party. I just do something I love. Read. Write. Cook. Go to be early. My body is Healing. This is a Life-Changer...that is no exaggeration. And not just for me, but my family (and friends are INSPIRED!) Love the food. My husband (a "never eats veggies" guy) told my daughter (16) that I'm "ruining them", cuz they can't go out to eat! Food HERE is too good!! (He modifies it, but still..healthier than before!!) Last year at my last check up, my NP ran the "inflammatory" tests...all of mine were HIGH! My next appointment is March 1. I will complete Day 30 (Round 2) on Feb. 28!! I'm actually excited to see the look on her face when she seems my results. I love the empowerment--knowing that I am dong something about my risks for so many disease processes. OH, and by the way...stupid "little" change for me...I have not bitten my nails in 37 days!! I'm 49 and have bitten my nails ALL MY LIFE! I'm getting manicures!! (nice non-food treat!). I'm down about 10 pounds, finally at 199.4..under 200. Haven't been there in years. But, like so many, the weight loss is not the goal--the feeling of health is! I'm telling everyone about this program and will continue to do this--to inspire others to take control of their health. This. is. not. hard.! LovingMyWhole30Life!