AinOaktown Posted January 30, 2014 Share Posted January 30, 2014 I am on Day 28 of my first Whole30. I have not cheated outside of making refinements week one for some items with sneaky sugars, preservatives, etc- and even those are minimal. As a result of a long-time coming Celiac diagnosis, I have eaten a majority clean diet for the past three years but this was a chance to kick it up a notch and remove some of the food on the margins that had become "no brakes." I timed my whole30 to end the day before a significant gathering of my friends in advance of my wedding. I also plan to start another Whole 30 (equally ore more villigant) on the Monday after. This would give me Sat and Sun as days off before I start again. My baseline is from former restricted eating where the goal was ketosis and after a certain point one "cheat/off plan" meal could actually break through a plateau. This type of plan is obviously not for health, but is my only real understanding. I am curious about a few things. First, I am feeling amazing and for me weight loss was a goal, and that seems to be happening. Will one/two days (max) off program be a huge set back to the progress I am making to being my best self? For fat adaptation, does the one/two days off mean the process has to start from scratch? Thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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