ToadWearingAPinkTutu Posted January 2, 2015 Share Posted January 2, 2015 I'm a little bit nervous about my first Whole30. I've been battling with break outs for the last 3 years and have tried skin care products to not using skin care products at all and even topical ointments from doctors. None of these have worked. On December 10th I had brain surgery to remove a benign tumour and while in hospital I was pumped full of antibiotics and this cleared my skin. The clear skin lasted 2 weeks before I started to see my skin breaking out again. I'm sick of battling with my skin and decided I wanted to see if my diet has anything to do with it. I played with the idea of starting Whole30 a year a go but was never game enough to do it. The surgery has given me a new perspective on my health and wellbeing. I really like how this isn't a weight loss diet, but something that promotes good health (which I have been neglecting) and emphasizes eating whole foods. I am nervous. I'm nervous about sugar crashes and being generally irritable, I'm also nervous about headaches and how I ripped up my stomach lining a few years ago by drinking coffee black on an empty stomach (I'll be drinking tea through the Whole30). I hope I can figure out what is causing the breakouts and general intestinal issues through this process. I already know that I'm lactose intolerant, have an allergy to peanuts and sensitive to mushrooms. Let's see how this goes! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.