meon30 Posted March 18, 2014 Share Posted March 18, 2014 Good evening, end of day 2 on the whole 30 challenge. I've started yesterday: saw the site, read the manual and decided that no wait is needed - let's do it!I'm a lacto-ovo vegetarian, have been so since always - just don't like meat. my regular diet includes lots of fruits, veggies, yogurt, cheese, legumes and my own home-made rye bread. By all means, considered a healthy eater, with great health. Day 1 was easy: after a morning work-out (1,5 hours interval training, cycling) had a breakfast of a grapefruit, 4 eggs omelet with parsley and some strawberries for dessert. it kept me happy and full until the evening. for supper I've had a salmon (yes, fish will be added to my meals, but don't count on any other sort of meat) and carrots, baked in the oven. Day 2 started with more cycling (1:40 hours with interval training) and the funny thing was that I was not hungry at the end. at all. had some strawberries post work-out (could not eat more). Lunch was challenging: had a business meeting at a restaurant. after a thorough study of the menu, had a green salad, a hard boiled egg and 65 grams of seared tuna, with no need for anything more. with a slight headache in the afternoon, had some nuts as a snack then a big salad for supper with another green omelet (lots of parsley). Tomorrow will be a challenge of a whole day out, so I've prepared hard boiled eggs and veggies, as well as more nuts (pecan, almonds & macadamia) Good night A. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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