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Rachael's Whole30 Log


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I started my Whole30 on 7Jan! I'm very nervous about this all, but I REALLY want to do it, and "reset" my body. I am too young to feel this old! :)

 

Day 1, 7Jan

 

Breakfast: (Not the best breakfast for starting out my Whole30, but I woke up late!)

1/2 Grapefruit

Almonds

 

Lunch:

Grass fed beef with spices

Cauliflower "rice"

Bell peppers

 

Dinner:

Chicken with spices

Lettuce with bell peppers and olive oil

Applesauce

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Hi Rachael!  I am new to this too but love it so far!  Am on Day 7.

 

I have always been a breakfast eater but in the past I would eat toast/cereal/egg etc and wonder why I was starving by 10:00.  Now I have been having a big breakfast with eggs, veges, sometimes a sausage, avocado and sometimes a fruit and I am amazed that I am good until noon.  About 4.5 hours and even at noon I can't say I am starving!

 

If you aren't a morning person, you could make up a frittata at night and have it ready to heat in the morning, add a bit of fat and maybe some fruit and you will be good to go

 

Joni

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Thanks for that tip Joni! This morning I did much better and made some eggs with kale, onions, and tomatoes. So delicious, but I'm a newbie at cooking, so it takes me forever to prepare it! Prepping breakfast at night sounds like a great idea!

 

Rach

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Welcome Rachael!

 

Nervousness is to be expected. It'll pass.

 

Breakfast is always kind of a beast. I think the best way to look at it as Meal 1, Meal 2 and Meal 3. Sometimes we can't get our brains to wrap around what to have for breakfast since our society is all about grains for breakfast. I personally make breakfast sausages from this recipe (I just omit the brown sugar). I prepare them in advance, freeze them, and take out tomorrow's sausage when I cook today so it can thaw in the fridge. I cook it in coconut oil and serve it was some kind of veggie. But, I've also had chicken, soup, and steak for breakfast.

 

Good luck!

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Day 2:

 

Breakfast

Organic egg scramble with tomatoes, onions and kale

 

Lunch:

1/2 grapefruit

Almonds

 

Dinner:

Baked chicken breast with spices

Salad

 

Day 3:

 

Breakfast

Beef with spices and guacamole

 

Lunch

Beef with spices and quacamole

 

Dinner

Buffalo sausage with mustard

Bell peppers

Cauliflower "rice"

Tomatoes

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