wvhorsetrainer Posted May 16, 2015 Share Posted May 16, 2015 HI folks, My husband and I are on the reintro phase of our second whole 30. After we determine what, if any, sensitivities we have, we plan to go back to eating pretty close to template for a while-he's thrilled with the weight loss, and I have this superhuman endurance I need to get through an insanely busy "busy season." Here's my question: I am a professional horse trainer (anyone who says the horse does all the work is a steenkin liar ;-) On hot days, both the horses and I prefer not to be broiling through the workouts, and my human clients take up a lot of the nice, cool timeslots that fit into normal life schedules. I realize I need more sleep than I'm getting. what do siestas do to the whole sleep/ hormone/ food cycle? If I were to sleep say from 1-4 pm, and then from midnight to 6 am, how would I eat to support that? Any other suggestions from folks who have been there, done that? Thanks so much! --Kirsten Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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