jenninaustin Posted January 15, 2014 Share Posted January 15, 2014 Looking for a little advice from the experts around here. A tiny bit of background: - official first day of Whole30 for me was Jan. 4th (b/c Jan. 3rd was a date night). Having said that, for almost a week before Jan. 4th I ate VERY CLOSE to Whole30 - some days right on track. However, day one is Jan.4th so as I write this I'm on day 11 and feeling great (loose clothes, some food boredom but working on it, blood sugar levels feel fabulous) - My original plan was to make this longer than Whole30 and stay on until Feb. 13th b/c we have a couple's getaway planned for that day. (Hmmm. Guess I'm bookending my Whole30 with dates with my husband, now that I think about it. ) I'm looking forward to some red wine, good quality cheese and of course chocolate during that bed and breakfast stay. - Now that I've read a little more, I'm wondering if it would be wiser for me to do a 30-day Whole30 and slowly reintroduce things so that by the time I get to Valentine's Day, I'll have a sense of what affects me. My LONG TERM goal (i.e. - right after Valentine's Day) is to truly stick with the food choices that are healthy for me - which will probably be an extreme limit to sugar for sure. But I do want to enjoy my Valentine's Day outing without going overboard. Does that seem to be the more healthy course of action? Really keep it at 30 days and do a gradual reintroduction instead of doing a Whole39 and going off all at once? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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