mochuisle Posted September 9, 2012 Share Posted September 9, 2012 I did the better part of a Whole 30 in June (Whole 20?), read ISWF over the summer, and began gearing up for a second, easier Whole 30 in September for the start of the school year. While training for a triathlon, I started experiencing symptoms of GERD and went to both my PCP and a holistic nurse practitioner at my women's health center. The NP basically saw exactly what Melissa & Dallas describe in the book - systemic inflammation that is likely contributing to my asthma, allergies, acne, GERD and seeming inability to lose weight. She ordered a comprehensive food panel, which showed almost 40 food sensitivities. Right now, I've had to eliminate eggs, almonds, oysters, clams, pineapple and both bakers' and brewers' yeast from my diet. So much for easier the second time around I just saw this log option on the forum for the first time, so I figured I'd give it might be just what I need to get through this month. Yesterday was Day 5 - I pulled my calf during a five-mile run in the morning, then officiated two field hockey games in the afternoon. By dinner time, I could barely walk and would normally have turned to food, but I didn't so I'm pretty psyched! Pre-Workout: Cashew Butter Breakfast: Spinach Salad w/ Blueberries and Pistachios, Paleo Crab Cakes (really turns into a scramble w/o eggs to bind them), Mashed Sweet Potato w/ Dried Cherries Lunch: Green Juice (ginger, pear, arugula), Kale Chips w Cashew Butter, Cashews Dinner: Spinach Salad w/ Figs and Prosciutto, Lobster w/ Clarified Butter Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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