Whole30 Certified Coach littleg Posted March 9, 2014 Whole30 Certified Coach Share Posted March 9, 2014 Hi! I'm little g. I've been primal for about 3 years now. When I started I felt awesome but never saw any dramatic body changes like *everyone else* seems too Anyway, 3 years later I'm up a few pounds and I'm not sure crossfit quads can explain why my pants are too tight anymore - so here I am. I've got GI issues that I can't figure out. Some fatigue and join pain and generally don't feel as good as I'd like to. My father happened to call me today to tell me he has diabetes. My husband wants to lose 20 lbs for his Spartan Beast race. So the stars seemed to have aligned to tell me this is the time to give the Whole 30 a shot. And hopefully have some company from hubs and dad! I tried the W30 once before. I made it to lunch. I have a few - well one really - major battle. I'm a compulsive overeater. Food restriction is a major trigger for me. So this is going to be a fine line I'm going to try to walk. And I'm not sure it will work. But I'm going to try. I read a book about ending binge eating in January. I have binged once since then. And it was on paleo food. I feel like I've made some progress on this front and am willing to try W30 now. Anyway... today was day 1. Not the greatest start - up at 3 AM to get hubs to the airport. Emotional call from dad about diabetes. Time change. Missed crossfit. BUT I feel good about my food so far Not perfect today because of messed up morning time wise, but the food is ok I think. 9 - 10 AM - about 12 oz coffee black 11 AM - 1 egg fried in a little lard (rendered at home from a formerly happy pig ) Noon - 3 mile run, 30 pistols, 30 push ups, once home - 3 sets of 1 clean @115lbs, 5 front squats Nalgene with ACV 2:30 PM - 2 small homemade sausages, 2 slices sweet potato cooked in sausage drippings, cooked apples with cinnamon and coconut flakes and raisins, 1 liter plain seltzer with just enough OJ just enough for flavor 6:30 PM - Thai curry with left over roasted chicken. Added peppers, carrots, snap peas to the curry + coconut milk. Using the Aroy-D brand makes it so much richer and delicious. Tossed salad with a clementine and a few sprinkled almonds and vinegar too before the curry. No dessert tonight! Anyway, that is it for now I guess - I'm going to try posting in here to try to stay accountable and motivated! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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