Brandon Antoinette Posted February 9, 2014 Share Posted February 9, 2014 So, today starts my second Whole 30. I participated right after It Starts With Food came out. The first time around was a mixed success. In the plus column, I completed the program almost completely without a slip--my dinner on day 30 was unfortunately less than compliant, so I guess what I did was more of a Whole 29 and 13 hrs. My big problem was that I got so excited about all of the results I was seeing in my body and how I was feeling that I didn't realize that the program hadn't run its course for me yet. Though I made it so far without any slips, 30 days wasn't enough to help me break all of my unhealthy relationships with food. That is what I am committed to doing this time. My goals are to break all of the ties to that unhealthy relationship, which I have primarily identified with the habits of late night snacking and eating past the point that I am satiated, as well as my near pathological need for convenient, ready-made foods like fast food and sandwiches. Since 30 days wasn't really enough last time, I realize that means that I may be on a Whole 45 or a Whole 60 instead. I am totally committed to that idea and I will not wrap up the program until I have succeeded in breaking free from my food obsessions. Deep breath...here goes! --Brandon Antoinette Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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