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I am on Day 30. I'm doing fine with the eating and have noticed some positive changes. Good amount of energy, sleeping well, and the migraines I had been having for a couple months have gone away. Score! But, over the last 2 weeks I've developed consistent acid reflux. I have a burning feeling in my upper abdomen the majority of the day....every.day. It's not debilitating, but it is uncomfortable and I've never dealt with acid reflux or this burning sensation before. What gives? Giving my typical meals below: Breakfast - always either 3 eggs and 2 pieces of bacon (sometimes w/ 1/2 avocado) OR a hash with sweet potatoes, veggies, and compliant sausage/chorizo Lunch - Dinner leftovers or a salad with chicken/steak and homemade ranch Dinner - Grilled protein (chicken, steak, fish) with salad and roasted vegetables. Sometimes roasted potatoes thrown in. I mix things up occassionally and will do something like a stir fry or meatballs for dinner. But the pattern of food has been consistent for 30 days now. Any tips?? I'm scared to start reintroducing other foods when some the "good foods" i'm eating now are potentially the cause of this issue.
We started this diet because my youngest son (14) has had stomach pains for about a year and a half now, and the doctors and allergists have not been able to track down a cause or provide a solution. We have been doing the Whole30 (as a family) for 33 days now, and are seeing no results in reduced stomach pains. I understand that some people have to go 45-60 days before they see results. But, I am wondering, at what point do we say, okay, no results are coming from this â€” time to go back to a normal diet. I mean, if we never see results, why keep torturing ourselves? Any suggestions?
Today started day 16 of my whole 30. This is my third time doing whole 30 and I have never experienced the stomach pains I am having before. Sometimes it is followed by gas (which somewhat relieves the pain, but not completely) and sometimes it just persist without any relief. They can get so bad that it makes me just curl up in a ball, not able to do or focus on anything. Here's a rundown of what I've been eating... Proteins- steak, 90/10 hamburger, chicken, pork loin, eggs, almonds as snacks Fruits- clementines, pineapple, cantaloupe, bananas Vegetables- broccoli, cauliflower rice (in small amounts), carrots, sweet potatoes, white potatoes, red potatoes, spinach, romaine lettuce, guacamole, onions (green and yellow), bell peppers As snacks (not every day)- gogo squeeze applesauce, cashews with a small amount of fruit, epic bars