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Has anyone reintroduced legumes and had insomnia as a side effect? Yesterday was my first reintroduction day, and then I woke up at 3:30 with anxiety and a panic attack. That's not atypical for me, but it hasn't happened in a couple months. Yesterday, I ate: Pre/post workout: apple and peanut butter Breakfast: two eggs and sweet potato hash cooked in olive oil Lunch: three hardboiled eggs and sweet potato hash (I ran out of veggies) Snack: apple Dinner: Chipotle bowl: black beans, barbacoa, peppers/onions, tomato and hot salsas, guac, and lettuce. I know not all the chipotle ingredients are not whole30 compliant (e.g., barbacoa and peppers and onions are cooked in rice bran oil), but from what I've read about reintroduction, it seems okay not to adhere to the super-strict rules. I welcome your thoughts!
Hi all! I am brand new to Whole30 (literally on Day 1) and I had a question, I wasn't sure if anyone knew the answer or had tried this before me; I read the thread on Chipotle, I was wondering if anyone had tried out Bubbakoo's Burritos? They have all of their nutritional information listed (attached), but I am having trouble finding ANY actual ingredients or cooking information online for each specific meat (they have a few more options than Chipotle). Any meat not allowed at Chipotle I would assume is also not allowed here, but I don't want to rule anything out without knowing how it's prepared- other than the items that are obviously a no-go! I will be going today to check if any of the meats are compliant (for us NJ residents, as they are only located here as of now), I'll report back what I find out! Note: This obviously wouldn't be for an every day meal, as it's a safer bet (and I would prefer) to eat food I prepare myself, but in case there's an instance when I'm out of options, it's good to have one to fall back on and remain compliant! Thanks! Sean Bubbakoos.pdf