Bihisa

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  1. Also, should I restart my Whole 30 since I haven’t really been eating on schedule or sleeping well?
  2. Hi everyone! I’m on day 8 of my 3rd W30 - it’s been a good 5 years since my last one and I’ve been through every manner of anxiety, depression, and health problems in the meantime and decided the commitment and routine of W30 would be a good way to begin to get my life back on track. That said, my schedule is proving to be a little difficult and I’m trying to figure out how to plan/schedule my meals. I’m a full time student with 2 jobs, so my schedule is super packed and I tend to only sleep 5 hours a night and usually take a day nap in the late afternoon but I’m not sure if that’s helping or
  3. Thanks for your reply! I’ve been using a mix of oils too - sesame, avocado, evoo, and ghee. I always take W30 as a chance to try to mix it up and experiment with different cooking. And I was trying to cast a wide net once the headaches started to see if it would change. Even the Apple I had as a snack today gave me the 10 min headache. I’ll contact my doctor on Monday
  4. Hi All! I have already read all the previous posts about headaches and know that headaches are normal, but I didn’t quite find the answer I was looking for. I’ve been getting pounding headaches exactly 10 minutes after eating for the last 3 days. I’m on day 7 of my W30, zero cheating, not many craving. This is my third W30 and it’s been a breeze so far compared to the other two but the headaches are coming in like clockwork no matter what I eat. I drink 3 gallons of water a day, have been salting my food more since I don’t usually like salty things, haven't has caffeine in years, and am g
  5. Hi all. I’ve been having skin issues - hives, itching, rashes, etc. from head to toe for nearly 3 month now. Never had a history of eczema or any issues before. Been to the dermatologist 8 times and seeing an allergist but we still can’t figure it out. I turned to Whole 30 hoping it would help me figure out if something in my diet is causing the skin issues but nothing is jumping out at me yet. I’ve been using a TON of colloidal oatmeal products - baths, lotions, soaps - since it’s in practically every sensitive skin and anti-itch product. Is that much oatmeal going against my Whole 30 if I’m