pennylane14 Posted November 8, 2013 Share Posted November 8, 2013 Hi all, I wanted to see if anyone else had this problem or advice. I did the whole30 in September. Didn't lose weight (which is fine, weight loss wasn't my main goal or expectation) but I did lose inches around my waist. Went out of town right after Whole30 and ate fairly unhealthy for a few days, but got back on track with my pre-Whole30 diet (which wasn't junk food by any means) and eliminated dairy and most gluten. I pretty much ate my Whole30 diet (because I really liked the recipes) and had the occassional glass of wine or beer. Now, a month later, I've gained six pounds (after staying at the same weight or lower for about four years). My activity level is the same (I run at least once a week, and do spin/bootcamp class/weights class three times a week). Clothes are tighter and I can notice the weight gain in photos. So my question is, did the Whole30 "reset" make my body more sensitive to the things I've added back in (like sugar, alcohol, the occasional dairy or gluten item) to the point that it's caused me to gain weight. I'm feeling fairly discouraged and negative about my Whole30 experience now, but don't want to blame it unnecessarily). Thanks for any advice. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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