CarolinaVol Posted February 4, 2014 Share Posted February 4, 2014 I started my first Whole30 yesterday, and I am really excited. But I am worried I might be eating TOO much. I've always depended on the scale to help me regulate my eating, but with the Whole30 rules, I can't do that anymore. After my first day yesterday, I was feeling stuffed and like I ate A LOT. I know that may just because I'm not used to eating lots of veggies, which can give you the feeling of being full, but I'd just like a little help/guidance to make sure I'm doing this right (also for reference, I am a 5' 8 female, 137lbs, workout pretty regularly with crossfit and other cardio). This is what I ate yesterday: Handful of cashews before crossfit 2 eggs, splash of almond milk scrambled with spinach, red pepper and onion (used coconut oil to sautee veggies). Hand full of blueberries and raspberries Baked chicken breast, onions, red peppers, small handful of cashews, half an avocado over a bed of spinach with homemade balsamic vinaigrette. Half an apple. Salmon filet rubbed with olive oil and spices, mashed cauliflower (about 1-2tbs of coconut oil in the whole batch, but I have leftovers), a lot of roasted brussel sprouts (4tbs of olive oil for 1lb of Brussels, I probably ate half of them) Am I doing this right??? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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