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Hello, I am on day 1 of Whole30. I know it is still early, but I am concerned with not getting enough fat. I am not a huge fan of coconut or avocado. I don't care for the consistency of avocado or the flavor of coconut. I am looking for meal suggestions or ways to disguise these foods into my meals. I found myself very hungry at about 10am after eating breakfast at 7:15am. I ate a hard boiled egg and a small apple for a snack. Breakfast included: 1- Palm sized mango chicken sausage patty, 1/2 cup diced sweet potato home fries, a handful of blueberries, and one egg.
I will be starting Whole 30 January 8, 2018 and ordered It Starts With You & Whole 30-Day Guide books to begin embracing the process. I have never tried to be on a dedicated plan except 10 years ago when I did Weight Watchers on my own. I did end up losing too much weight in a small amount of time. I am a small framed person, runner and triathlete and constantly have injuries and inflammation issues so after much research, I believe Whole 30 will be the right plan for me. My husband will not join in my Whole 30 journey as he is also a runner and triathlete, and he will never give up some unhealthy food and beverages as I have tried for many years. He is however, supporting me in my quest to get healthy and address my health issues. It will be even an added bonus if I can lose a few pounds in my mid-section. How do I go about doing Whole 30 for just me? I don't see a lot of information regarding how to prep for one person. I don't want to buy so much food and have to waste it. I have been meal prepping for years and I don't believe that will be an issue for me. I really need some recommendations, guidance, resources and tips that will be beneficial for one person to be on the Whole 30 plan. I do extremely well with structure and schedule ( like my training schedule my husband creates and I use daily), and just want to be able to go to one place for meal plans and not have to spend a lot of time thinking about what to shop for, cook etc. Pre-printed plans for one person would be ideal. Is there anything like this? I am excited to commit to Whole 30 as I know I have the drive and dedication when it comes to training and races, so I hope I can be successful with sticking with it. Thanks in advance!