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Hello, all. My name is Jennifer and I am starting the Whole30 tomorrow, October 1st. I have Hashimoto's thyroiditis (autoimmune thyroid disease) but no thyroid and digestive issues that I really hope will be helped by Whole30. I also need to lose weight and have done Keto on and off for some time now so I just have to make a few more changes. I started experimenting with Whole30 about a week ago because I would hate to start over because I made a mistake. I love hiking, cycling, kayaking, and swimming. I am furloughed right now and anxiously awaiting a call back. While furloughed I have del
I did not do enough research before starting Whole30. I relied on this website to tell me about what I was getting into, and am very frustrated now to realize that they do not explain the risks associated with this extreme elimination diet. I am finishing my MSN degree and am embarrassed that I got sucked into this fad without requiring solid evidence to back it up. I was looking for a “reset”. I did not have food sensitivities that I knew of, but I wanted to be able to kickstart healthy habits by eating Whole Foods for a month. I saw healthy changes in my skin and my ability to focus, and I
Well, here I am at the end of my 2nd Whole30 and just waiting another day to be able to do weigh-in and measurements. I am wondering about what to do next. I was thinking since one of my goals is weight loss and I haven't seem much (loss of about 2 lbs total) of it during my 60 days on the Whole30, that maybe I should try to introduce an Intermittent Fasting regime to meet my weight loss goals - 3- 4 days per week on an 18:6 window. I did Intermittent Fasting (IF) for a couple of months at the end of 2019 and found great results - I lost about 15 lbs. But now, with a base of Whole30 food