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Hi - I am on day 32 of my Whole30 and feeling great (decided to hang on through the end of the week!). I'm planning to start the Fast Track Reintroduction but am a bit confused about the appropriate schedule. I have the Whole30 book, which has you starting with legumes, then non-gluten grains, then dairy, then gluten containing grains, however, I also subscribed to the Whole30 Daily newsletter which has the order going first dairy, then gluten grains, non-gluten grains, then legumes. I'm surprised to see two completely opposite schedules and now I'm not sure which is best. My Gut (ha) is telling me to follow the book b/c in it they talk about starting with the group least likely to disrupt the system, working up to the most likely to disrupt. Any thoughts on the best "order of operations?" I want to do the right thing after all the hard work I've put in the past 30+ days. Thanks >Christina
willisal posted a topic in Travel and Dining OutI'm currently on day 22 and will be traveling to Colorado Springs on business for days 27-32, then staying with a friend for days 33-36. I'm a meeting planner so I will be staying onsite at a hotel with several restaurants for the majority of my trip with only a few opportunities to eat off site. Since my hotel room has a fridge, I've located a natural food grocery store (Whole Foods is really far and I won't have a car) and am planning to stock up on fresh fruit, vegetables and ready to eat proteins (basically anything I won't have to cook) to supplement the few compliant offerings the hotel has (thank goodness they do made to order eggs) when I first arrive. I'll also be packing Epic Bars and Lara Bars bars to tide me over in a pinch. I know Lara Bars are no longer an approved vendor, but it is my understanding they are still compliant when used for travel/emergencies. Any big considerations that I'm missing here? I'm also wondering how strict I should be about staying Whole 30 compliant during my reintroduction period while I'm on this trip? My plan is to do a Fast Track reintroduction over 10+ days, but am I still able to relax on some of the rules like the "no added sugar" as described in the slow roll reintroduction outline of the new book? Relaxing a bit would make things slightly easier as I would be able to order more varied proteins and salads with dressing during the last part of my trip. I'd love to hear any advice on how to be a good house guest while on Whole 30. I'm planning on letting my friend know about my current dietary needs, so she doesn't surprise me with pancakes for breakfast one morning. I may offer to go to the grocery store, and prepare a meal together as an activity, as well as suggesting pre-selected restaurants for when we go out.