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I'm starting again January 4, 2020. I successfully completed the 30 days back in April 2013, but gained a few pounds since then. Then I experienced a traumatic event that caused me to gain lots of weight due to medication, anxiety and other scary stuff. Time to get on track. This may not be the right time, but I can't stand being out of breath, and if it means I have to do a bunch of start overs, then so be it. I am a vegetarian, so I'll be looking for help, as last time I did this I was eating the same foods over and over again, making it tedious as well as uninteresting. So if you can d
I am on day 10, and have had a pretty negative experience so far. Last week I was bloated, gassy and had diarrhea. This week I am constipated. After eating I feel lethargic and bloated, and come 3:00pm everyday I feel I need a nap. Im not eating so far off from my regular diet, as I am plant based, (eating eggs and fish only on occasion) I only eat spelt/sourdough bread and very little to no sugar... I havent had any sugar cravings or any cravings for that matter. I joined whole30 to deal with my relationship with food, less with the detoxing aspect, but I feel as though my relation
Hi, So I will start off by saying totally failed reintroduction. I completed a whole45, and I was contemplating making it to 60 days, but at the last minute thought, "let me try this and see how I feel." I didn't think too much about reintroduction because I planned, and have, basically maintained the whole30 diet. I feel so much better this way, and I love the meals I make! I just want the occasional ice cream once in awhile. And of course, when my face broke out I thought well is it from _____ or ______ or ________? So my question is this, I am contemplating following the Ketotari
I just wanted to share my success story, in case there are vegetarians or vegans out there who need a little encouragement to give this a try. A little background: I am a long-time vegetarian with thyroid and autoimmune issues, 42 years old and with some weight I'd like to lose. When I did a Whole 30 last year, I dropped 8 pounds and experienced other great NSV's, so I thought I'd go back to what I know works. This time, I lost 9.4 pounds, and my BMI went from "overweight" to "normal!" Woohoo! Other equally-important victories: Stable/improved energy levels, better mental clarity, less b