almondjoyless Posted April 18, 2014 Share Posted April 18, 2014 Day 19 here. (Holy crap, I'm so close!) I've started to go off food lately. I'll make myself a template-friendly (and quite tasty by my normal palate) meal, but get full (enough) and lose interest before I'm halfway done. This might be the food boredom the website warns about, but these are meals I usually love, Whole30 or no. (E.g., steak and eggs with sauteed spinach, mushrooms, and peppers. Yum, right?) As a result, I've lost noticeable weight (close to 10lbs by my estimate; pants that muffin topped 2 weeks ago now need a belt) and I wasn't overweight to begin with. (I've always hung out smack dab in the middle of the "healthy" BMI range, whether I eat well or poorly.) I could find a few new, exciting recipes, but I don't have time to cook "exciting" food for all 3 meals. If I make a big batch of exciting food, I know I'll get bored of that within a couple meals too. I don't want to keep dropping weight so quickly, because I know I'll just put it back on as soon as I reintroduce anything that makes me not so %[email protected]# bored. What do you recommend? Force myself to finish the meal, even when I'm satiated? (I really hate doing that.) Suck it up and *make* time to cook obscure and delicious meals? (I did just pick up some garam masala and a weird spice I'd never heard of, so that's a step in the right direction.) Suck it up, eat what I can tolerate, and make peace with the inevitable yo-yo? Quit whining because it's really hard for a lot of people to lose weight so I should just be grateful? Advice welcome! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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