rocks223 Posted April 17, 2014 Share Posted April 17, 2014 started the whole 30 nearly four weeks ago, and only have gotten at the most 3 days under my belt.I'm proud of myself for cleaning up my diet and willing to get back on track over and over again.I started this after being on a slippery slope I'm eating sugar and bean stuck in a binge eating restricting carbohydrate induced frenzyalong with lots of running.like any diet the beginning is always very exciting and I felt prepared. However the following prerequisites have posed challenges along the way, I have a history of disordered eating and endurance exercise along withthe tendency to skimp on protein. I also have struggles with night eating mostly 1 hour after I fall asleep for the past 4 years. I've also had digestion woes with all the iirregular eating and have noticed an improvement since cleaning up most of my diet.even though I haven't consecutively eliminated anything for 30 days I have noticed the following: small run ins with dairyv aren't a huge issue, a couple mornings after having cereal the night before I have lots of bloating and gas. not sure if that's gluten intolerance or what, this also occurs with too much peanut butter or peanuts. anyways I've struggled to the get multiple days under my belt. I should probably have some bigger breakfast maybe two or three eggs instead of just oneand adjust to only having three meals a day instead of constantly snacking. This is challenging because there are many old habits to break, has anyone else struggled with getting 30 days down and have eventually had success with doing 30 consecutive days? Have you found that reading the book helps? I know the meal template and all of the rules, its just a big adjustment to eating bigger meals along with the emotional attachment to food. Thanks for any input :-) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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