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  1. This is my first Whole30. I have read the book about a month ago and think I am now ready to start. A weeks worth of food for me is around 350.00. Is that normal? Any tips, suggestions, and/or help is GREATLY appreciated!! I am excited, but nervous.
  2. First day down

    Really today is my second day as I could not find where to sign up for commitment each day. I am enjoying cooking new recipes. Have prepared salmon and salad for lunch tomorrow. I did not snack at all so pleased with the start.
  3. Well, here goes.....heard many people and friends who have done it. Like they say: "I can do anything for 30 days." And, then they've gone further or started over because they felt so good and had such success! I hope I have enough will power and self control to do it. My husband was going to do it with me, but he has a fishing trip planned in Sept. and didn't want to bother. I can't wait any longer! Anyone interested in joining me?
  4. Ready to begin!.
  5. Starting today, February 24, 2016

    Good morning everyone. I have decided to start this program today (2/24/16). I have struggled for many years with hives, joint pain, hypothyroidism and other ailments that have really have put a strain on my body and emotions. I am ready to make some drastic changes if I want to make some drastic changes to my body. I pray that God will guide me and others on our journeys through the Whole30 day process. God bless you all.
  6. Hello all! My name is Caitlin and I'm brand new to these forums, and the Whole 30. My "official" Whole 30 actually starts today, but I originally started on Monday (the 18th) and failed miserably. Maybe not miserably but definitely failed. So I'm looking at the last four days as my "test phase" and I'm determined to make it through the next thirty days with no mistakes! What happened during my test phase? Lots of things. Well, to be honest, four things. On day three I went out with some friends to a hibachi steakhouse and to a movie. At the hibachi place, I thought I did well. I ate before going to the restaurant so I wouldn't be so hungry and only ordered a side of steak from the hibachi grill. I watched him make it and when he threw soy sauce on there I knew I had messed up. I'm a server, and I really didn't want to be "that person" so I just ate it and made a mental note to just skip ordering out in order to avoid being "that person" or making mistakes. Honestly, you never know what goes in your food unless you make it, even if someone assures you it's safe. My husband was with me and even though I told him he really doesn't have to do this with me he started with me on the 18th anyways, and on day three he broke a book of rules. He ate fried rice and noodles and drank. So he's out for good! The boy literally had cake for breakfast today. I knew he wouldn't last. Anyways, the next day I had lunch with my friend and ordered some poached salmon from the deli counter only later reading that it contained butter (despite the deli counter lady telling me it only contained olive oil). Mistake numero dos. Then after my workout at the gym I got a smoothie with protein powder in it... I know, what was I thinking? Last night I had my first breakdown (from failing, not from the Whole30 itself) and ate a York peppermint patty (I love those things). Soooooo, here I am, starting over, determined to make it through! I am doing this for many reasons, mostly to get fit and healthy (currently overweight at 136 lbs), but also to see if this helps my sleep issues (I have a hard time sleeping even when I'm tired) and to see if it clears up my skin (which is actually fine, but you know, your skin can never be too clear). I also have committed to running three miles 3x a week, strength training 2x a week, and restorative yoga 1x a week. I originally wanted to strength train more, but I work back-to-back shifts from Friday afternoon to Sunday night so I figured that is enough of a workout in itself. Whew. Sorry for the essay! Excited to be a part of the forum and meet you all! Looking forward to learning a lot here.
  7. Hey all! The steps for whole30 told me to join the forum so here I am. I start tomorrow on my journey. I have many reasons for starting.... weight loss, asthma, arthritis at the age of 32, migraines, tummy troubles... and that's just the beginning. I'm a married mommy of 2, working full time. I live in Brooklyn & work in Manhattan. I am originally from England and have lived here since 2006. I have lost 64lbs to date but have got into a place where I keep losing and gaining the same 6lbs. I am currently in the gaining cycle lol. Anybody else in NY here? Any Brits? Is anyone else starting tomorrow? Thanks for reading!