bwr Posted August 5, 2014 Share Posted August 5, 2014 I'm in my second Whole30, having started my first in July. I had a couple of days off in between where I tested dairy and found that I do react to it so have gone straight into another Whole30 to keep myself on track. My first Whole30 I was very positive, I had some great changes in my skin and I ended up losing a couple of cm's off my hips and waist which is always a good thing. I did feel though that my food wasn't always the best as we were in the middle of kitchen renovations and I ended up using an electric frypan a lot of the time which meant sweet potato fried in ghee a lot, I think this contributed to me not being able to shift as many cm's as I wanted to. I also had to rely on fruit a lot to get my 1-2 cups of fruit/veggies and nuts for fat. This Whole30 I am trying to vary my veggies a lot more and reduce the amount of fruit I eat. I just wanted to make sure that I'm on track as I have been getting some stomach pains after meals that I haven't really had before that can get pretty painful. I'm also feeling incredibly headachy and miserable, though there is a bit of stress going on in my household at the moment as well, so could chalk it down to that. My meals for the last three days are: Breakfasts (I tend to eat a lot of the same things): 2 sausages (compliant, made at local butcher), 2 cups of mixed roasted veggies (sweet potato, leek, carrot, parsnip and capsicum) that were brushed with olive oil, salt and pepper and a homemade garlic aioli. Lunch for 2 of the days: Beef casserole made with chuck steak, leek, carrots, sweet potato, white potato, garlic, oregano and tomato passata. Lunch for 3rd day: Homemade bolognese sauce - beef mince (with fat drained), garlic, tomato passata, salt and pepper with an apple. Dinner 1st day: Burrito bowl with chicken, lettuce, tomato and avocado Dinner 2nd day: Homemade bolognese sauce - beef mince (with fat drained), garlic, tomato passata, salt and pepper, sweet potato fries and avocado. Dinner 3rd day: Turkey and cranberry meatballs (turkey mince and dried cranberries) with roasted sweet potato and garlic aioli I'm not sure whether my stomach is having delayed reactions to the dairy I ate a couple of days ago, or whether maybe the addition of white potatoes is causing it. Any help or general feedback would be really appreciated. Thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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