Greek to me Posted February 9, 2014 Share Posted February 9, 2014 Not sure where to have posted this so forgive me if this isn't the correct place. So...I just completed my second whole 30. I chose not to weigh myself before or after my first whole 30. I wanted to focus on satiety and eating good food. But, at the end I was disappointed because I couldn't tell if I had made any progress. So this time, I decided to weigh myself before and after. And I'm so disappointed and stunned that I lost zippo. How is this possible? I know, I know, Whole 30 isn't about weight loss. BUT, I know for a fact that I wasn't eating the amount of calories I was before. I stuck to the plan. I increased my exercise. AND NADDA! And yes, I have weight to lose. About 30 pounds. I'm stumped and would love to hear from the experts on their insights. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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