StacyLynn

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    Queasy and Sick During Entire Whole30

    Thank you for commenting! I'm definitely eating better fats now than I was before. I cooked with lots of ghee and coconut oil, possibly not enough? I definitely didn't have pre or post workout snacks. Carlaccini: From reading about your experience, it can definitely be the cruciferous veggies. All of them are my favorite, haha! I'll just have to branch out! Starting November 3rd I'm doing the Whole7, so let's see how it goes with these changes! If I feel better, I'll extend the time. I'm really weary of doing it again, understandably I'm sure; but I'm trying! Thanks y'all!
  2. Hi! I finished my Whole 30 earlier this month. I'm concerned and frustrated because I was sick from week 2 - week 4. Not "I have a cold" sort of sick (nor am I pregnant). I had no appetite, was queasy and had headache's all the time. I believe I ate a lot, so I am really confused as to what happened. Also good to note I am extremely active and worked out 4-5 days a week for at least one hour. A couple days worth of meals: *Whenever I had eggs, I ate 3. Meal 1: Scrambled eggs with bell peppers, onions and sometimes avocado Meal 2: 4-5oz steak with 1-2 cups Brussels sprouts or asparagus and 1/2 cup potatoes Meal 3: 4-5 oz pork with 1-2 cups cauliflower or broccoli or 4 cups kale/spinach salad with a tessamae dressing Snack: (had to or I was ravenous) cashews and almonds (only 1/4 cup) --- Meal 1: yam hash with onion, bell peppers, poached eggs (totaled about 1.5 cups) Meal 2: 4-5 oz chicken with 1 cup mashed cauliflower Meal 3:4-5oz pork or steak with 1-2 cups mixed veggies (broccoli, Brussels sprouts, sweet potato) Snack: cashews and almonds (1/4 cup) --- I'm thinking I'm sensitive to avocado, because I was especially queasy after that... Anyone have an idea? It makes me really sad I felt terrible most of the time (only the first week was ok, it went down hill after that).