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  1. Hi! So before Whole30 I would cook meat at home 1-2x a month. I'd usually order it when I went out. But my diet was largely vegetables and carbs. Now I eat it everyday multiple times a day. I'm on Day10 and I'm so so so sick of eating meat! I have nothing against it I'm just tired of it. Did anyone else have this problem? How did you deal with it? I've eaten: -steak -pecan crusted pork chops -turkey burgers -roasted chicken
  2. Susan June


    Hi Everyone Hope you all are doing well on your Whole 30. I am on day 9 (today is January 28, 2014). So far for me it has been going very well. Results are positive (more energy, better workouts, level emotions, steady energy, some pleasing changes in body composition, enjoying my food and food choices, better flexibility...I am a yoga teacher, and deeper sleep.) Last night I had such a bad nightmare, though. First a bit of background. One main, stubborn psychological problem I have in my life is sabotage. Each thing I go to do in life, I tend to sabotage (school, relationships, successes, etc.) Doing the whole 30 is a way to prove to myself for myself that I can stick with something and complete it. I set myself up for success by taking 3 weeks to prepare. Such as reading, cleaning, prepping the kitchen, and goal setting. I have had no slip ups or temptations to do so, as my motivation is high. Feels pretty darn good! So last night I have this dream that the person that loves me the most is also trying to kill me. The person is literally divided in half. One half is being very loving to me. The other is has a hand ready to strangle me to death. I spent half the night wrestling with this force, beating it back, stabbing it. I woke terrified! I did manage to go back to sleep and had a restful time of it. Now that I am up and about, it seems clear to me that this force loves me when I am not achieving or doing things that would be good for me and wants to kill me when I am about to become successful. This is more than about food and a lifestyle change! Some psychological healing is taking place.
  3. On day 6 of my Whole30 and I woke up this morning remembering how I dreamt of eating a giant chocolate chip cookie sandwich with buttercream frosting in the middle. I was being ridiculed by strangers for doing so. Somewhere in the middle of devouring this thing I stopped and threw it across what looked like a football field in absolute disgust of myself. Hello bizzaro world! Didn't think it would happen to me, but it most definitely did. Anyone else surprised by their food dreams??
  4. Yesterday was my prep day and today was my official Day one. I've done one successful Whole30 in the past as well as a few Whole7s, but for some reason I must be really stressed about this one - last night I had two different dreams about how I was going to sabotage my Whole30! In the first I dreamt that I woke and ate grilled cheese sandwiches because I had forgotten that today was Day one (as if I wake up and eat grilled cheese in real life anyway...?) The second dream was that I went to a relative's house and all she was serving was spaghetti. Maybe it's just because I was reading ISWF right before bed, but geez.
  5. Having dreams about off-plan foods is all too common during your Whole30. In fact, we've experienced it ourselves - I personally had a dream about an Arby's cheeseburger during my last Whole30 (and I've never eaten at Arby's in my life!). Have you had dreams about off-plan foods during your Whole30? Share them with us here... and know that it's totally normal for your subconscious brain to go a little haywire when you tell it that it can't have something! Melissa & the Whole9 team