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  1. Come along for the Lent whole 30 reintroduction starting this Easter 2019. I am determined to have a very pure reintroduction to learn what my body can really handle to strive towards BFF! I am not reintroducing alcohol this time to keep my Sugar Dragon calm.
  2. Savanna Jaynie

    Slow Roll Clarification

    HI! I am finishing my second Whole 30. Technically, my fiancé and I are on day 32. I want to do a Slow Roll reintroduction, and do it correctly. The Day by Day book talks about reintroducing maple bacon, noticing no negative side effects, then adding it back into normal rotation. However, I would love some clarification on a few things: 1. During a Slow Roll, do I need to cut out the one item I add back in (bacon or coffee creamer, for example) for 2 days like you do with food groups in the Fast Track version, or can I just add it back into my normal life (That is, assuming there are no undesirable effects.)? 2. If I am comfortable adding one of those items back into my normal routine after I evaluate it's side effects, do I need to take it back out when I evaluate the other? If I add my coffee creamer back and have no issues, can I have it at the same time I'm evaluating the bacon, since I already know how I feel about the creamer? I would think that it would be fine, but I'm not the professional! Thank you very much, in advance!