Khhdesign Posted February 25, 2014 Share Posted February 25, 2014 Today was Day 1, it feels good to get started. I've read the book several times, but never did the Whole 30 because I didn't think I could give up the things required. Scratch that, I wasn't willing to give up the things required. But I've made great strides in improving my diet and health over the last several years, so now it doesn't feel like such a dramatic leap. Difficult, yes. Impossible? No. Breakfast: 2 eggs scrambled; smoothie with cabbage, serviceberries, coconut milk (I know, smoothies are not recommended but I need to work on other options and it's one way I eat veggies for breakfast); small serving of raw almonds Lunch: roasted sweet potato, turnip and radish; broccoli soup I made; leftover roast pork Snack: 2 clementines; handful of raw almonds and pumpkin seeds (need to figure out a lunch that will hold me until dinner...seven hours is a long stretch of time) Dinner: Thai-style bowl with leftover chicken, broccoli, carrot, celery, cabbage, almond butter sauce Evening snacks are a habit that I'll need to work hard to eliminate, I almost always have something even if it's a piece of fruit or square of dark chocolate. If I'm going to have fruit, I'll need to have it with dinner instead of later as a snack. I feel okay today, maybe a little tired but nothing out of the ordinary. Meals are planned for tomorrow. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.