DeannaDaniels Posted March 21, 2014 Share Posted March 21, 2014 I am happily trucking along on this beautiful journey that is Whole30 but I have one concern. I am far too often not eating as much as is suggested. It doesn't leave me hungry, it doesn't cause me to snack or contemplate off plan eating. When I started I loaded my plates with steaksand eggs tons of vegetables fats and fruits but now I just don't have the desire to eat that much. I have to drag myself to the kitchen at times and after making a wonderfully balanced whole30 meal (there are three of us in the house on the plan) I often don't have the desire to eat it. (This happened also when not on the plan, after I cook, I guess I'm just over the whole meal so eating it isn't something I care to do). I always cook new things some meals I have never even had before but I just don't feel like eating them. Sometimes I will make myself eat at least the protein and bites of the other groups. I am on the heavier side (over 200lbs 5'2" ) and I want optimal weight loss and benefits from the whole30. Am I putting my success in jeopardy? Do I really need to make myself eat a complete meal? I am only on day 8 and have already grown tired of eating so much at every meal. Again, I have no problem staying working the 'restrictions' of the plan, just following it when it comes to amounts. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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