Sofija Dunjic

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  1. Hello everyone! I know that the Whole30 isn't a weight loss program, however I am slightly overweight and have problems with insulin resistance, so I have to lose some. I have completed two rounds, felt amazing, and I don't want to go back to the insane dieting mentality. Do you have any tips how to get fitter during Whole30 and Food Freedom? Thank you so much, love you all!!
  2. I guess that egg white makes it fluffier, so I prefer using whole egg. It's always really fluffy and rich, but I only use lemon juice and seasoning.
  3. Starting day 20! Omg, can't believe we're here! 10 days left. Apart from some serious pms cravings, I didn't have any issues so far. Also, have noticed some major NSV! I have knee problems for as long as I can remember, and not one doctor could determine what was the problem. It hurts occasionally, sometime more sometimes less, but I always feel it. I could never run, but one morning while I was running for my bus, I noticed that there was no pain, no nothing. It felt normal! I was amazed. Hope it stays that way. Before the Whole30, I had some issues with my stomach, it was either
  4. Day 14 Finally feeling much better and sooo full of energy! We had some nice fritatta for breakfast and salmon for lunch. For dinner we had a little bit late Valentine's day special dinner with shrimps and it was awesome! I am happy that we've come almost half way there and we feel amazing. Hope we accomplish some important NSVs till the end. Being from Serbia, doing the perfect Whole30 can be pretty challenging. On one hand, we have access to great unprocessed and locally grown meat on our farmer's market (be it regular beef, pork etc or sausages and bacon) which is usually cheaper
  5. Ok, so..Days 12&13..Flu was really bad, could not get out of bed at all.. Luckily, hubby did all the cooking, so we stayed fully compliant.. I just could not eat dinner at all. However, the fact that we could stay compliant and not even mess that much around the kitchen while sick made me feel so proud! We are both insulin resistant and pretty much addicted to sugar and snacking, so this program has been really important. I do miss some regular foods (like cheese and yogurt and some Serbian traditional breakfasts which are made with corn flour), but I will deal with that in the reintr
  6. Ok, so I have started my first Whole 30 with my future husband ten days ago (February 3rd). I haven't logged any previous days, because I have just realised you can do that on this forum Anyway, I am actually surprised how good this is going so far. We haven't had any serious cravings (although, my PMS is killing me right now and I dream of pizza), only suffered through some digestive issues and minor headaches. We feel so good and full of energy, however not completely tiger blood yet. Considering what I read in the books, I am worried if we are doing something wrong, 'cause we didn't ha
  7. Hey all! I am from Serbia and here we don't have light olive oil. What else could I use to make Basic Mayo recipe, because I really don't like the taste of olive oil in it (I have tried and it just tastes bad ). Thank you for the help!!