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  1. Hi Guys, I just started Whole30 for the first time today after finishing a 3-day cleanse and am excited to get a couple of accountability partners - if anyone is interested! I'm committed and looking forward to Day 2. Thanks everyone!
  2. Hello - long time W30 believer, first time posting! I usually do a W30 in January to get back on track after the holidays and reaffirm my food choices. This year, things went off the rails very quickly and very badly due to the COVID lockdown and I feel worse than I have in years. Maybe TMI, but I am also 3 years post-menopausal and it seems my metabolism has come to grinding halt, even with daily sweat sessions and mindful eating. Lockdown has meant daily happy hour, where I lose my willpower and make extremely bad food choices in the evening, including indulging in sweets like I haven't
  3. Almost five years later and I’m back again. Four and a half years ago I successfully completed a Whole100 (read the whole thread here). I was able to off-road successfully for a while afterward, but starting in 2016, habitual eating patterns crept back in. In the three and a half years that followed, I gained 50 lbs, reached the heaviest weight I’ve ever been at, and relapsed HARD i terms of emotional eating and using food as a way to cope with distress. Thinking back, I can identify a number of factors that contributed to this: I stopped journaling about my experience. Quit