summitday113 Posted March 7, 2014 Share Posted March 7, 2014 So I tried the program about a year ago and wound up quitting because I was hungry All. The. Time. I'd eat a 10 oz steak and a whole onion, pepper, zucchini. Then I'd clean up the kitchen and settle down for the evening and within 30 minutes would be hungry enough to eat another large meal. I couldn't sustain it. The other thing that led me to quit was it seemed like the vast amount of my non work waking time was spent preparing food and cleaning up. Now i'm in a bit of a different type of job that has me starting at 7 or 730 am with a 30-60 minute commute, so time for cooking breakfast in the AM is limited. I do not have a microwave- my current kitchen is too small and dated to accommodate one. Cooking breakfast and then cleaning up before I leave for work at that hour seems like a daunting task. I drive around during the day and do not have access to fridge/microwave. I have to eat lunch while driving a couple days a week so I'm a bit baffled as to what I can do other than a sandwich or protein bars. I just discovered on the Whole 30 site the compliant protein bars and primal packs, so I've ordered some of them to have on hand for when I start this again. And, since I get up so early i have to go to bed early, so the idea of spending my entire evening cooking and cleaning up is not appealing. I don't have any allergies or sensitivities but I would like to see if this program helps with weight loss or increased energy- especially since I just started Crossfit. I'm not sure what I did wrong or what I need to do differently to succeed. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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