bellewannabe17 Posted February 24, 2014 Share Posted February 24, 2014 When I did my last Whole 30 in October, I was on here whining about my supply dip. It came back some, but never all the way. Now, I'm on Day 8 of another Whole 30, and the dip is drastic. Granted, my daughter is over a year, but she doesn't care for cow's milk and human milk is obviously better for her so I want to continue pumping while I am at work. I thought maybe I could post and example of what I eat to see if anyone has any insight. Breakfast -- Spinach with breaded almond meal chicken, sweet potato wedges covered in coconut oil, roasted broccoli made with olive oil, two oranges. Lunch -- Spinach, more sweet potato wedges, two Applegate Farms organic hotdogs, black olives, a handful of macadamia nuts Dinner -- yellow chicken curry in coconut milk with carrots, zukes, onions and bell peppers over spinach with sweet potato wedges covered in coconut oil. If I'm not eating sweet potatoes, I am eating spaghetti squash for a starchy veggie. If I feel like there is not enough fat, I am adding nuts. Also, I lost some weight last time, but not a ton so I don't think I am depriving my body. The milk I pump has a good layer of fat. Any thoughts on milk-making foods to add? I'm not hungry enough to eat steamed fish and broccoli at any point in the day except maybe when I wake up. Thanks again for any insight or at least for listening. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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