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  1. I think you are still getting used to the routine, Avalonunicorned... hang in there. Make an effort to eat your breakfast, and then if hunger strikes before your planned lunchtime, perhaps have a cup of tea or coffee (or even drink a tall glass of water) to fill some of the void. You'll get used to it and won't feel the need to snack after awhile. Good luck!
  2. Hi Christi and Welcome! Good luck to you on your journey through the Whole30. My biggest piece of advice for you... be prepared! Make sure you have the right foods in the house to allow you to put together delicious healthy compliant meals. They don't have to be fancy, just tasty! Try drinking some of the compliant fizzy waters (Pellegrino, LaCroix, etc) when you get a craving for soda. You CAN do this!
  3. Honestly YvyRianna, just skip the fancy recipes and stick to the basics... eggs and veggies for breakfast, salad with lean protein for lunch, lean protein and veggies for dinner. Throw in some healthy fats (avocado, nuts, oils) and you're set. Doesn't have to look pretty to be compliant and satisfying! If you start to get bored or feel you're eating the same thing too much, then take a stab at a simple recipe to mix it up. Good luck!
  4. Good luck Sylvie! You'll be fine... just be sure to prepare, and then take it one day at a time!
  5. Congrats on your commitment to start January 1! I've done three Whole30s, and my best advice is to PREPARE. Make sure you have the right foods in the house and a menu plan for the day (if not the week) of meals. Toss out all the crap so you won't be tempted. If you go out to eat, check out the restaurant menu ahead of time and plan your meal, and don't be shy about asking the waitstaff to customize things for you (no butter on that fish). So, with all that unsolicited advice, good luck to you!!!!!