Jenny B Posted February 22, 2016 Share Posted February 22, 2016 I did my first Whole30 last July. Loved it and learned a lot, but I went right back to my old eating habits. Tried to do a second Whole30 starting January 1st and lasted 7 days. I basically just talked myself out of it. So, low and behold my husband said to me on Friday, "I will do a Whole30 with you". I about fell on the floor. He is not overweight, but consumes sugar like I consume water. He is a carpenter so he just burns it off so fast. So, we started yesterday, February 21st. I was happy to have the support at home. It makes it much easier on me! I did a lot of prepping yesterday for veggies. 2/21/16: Meal#1: Potatoes with jalapenos and onions, 2 eggs scrambled and 2 pieces of bacon (compliant of course) Meal#2: Grilled Chicken, grilled veggies (zuchinni, squash, onions, peppers) Meal#3: Pork Tenderloin, carrots, onions, and shaved brussel sprouts with prosciutto First time making brussel sprouts. I decided to shave them and add prosciutto. My husband loved them. I just ate them and won't be making them again. LOL! 2/22/16: Meal#1: Scrambled hash (eggs, bacon, potoates, jalapenos, onions and tomatoes) Meal#2: Grilled Chicken salad (peppers, green onions, chicken, tomatoes, cucumbers, spinach and romainne lettuce). Plus Tessemaes Balsamic Dressing. Meal#3: Still deciding but probably hamburgers with grilled onions, pickles, cucumbers, roasted potatoes. So this time around I am just trying to make it through and make some lifestyle changes. I have a very strong addiciton to coca cola (the real stuff not diet). I think that is the hardest part for me is drinks. I drink tons of water, and sparkling water with lime. I don't like tea or coffee. Plus, I am vowing to branch out on trying some new veggies (hence the brussel sprouts above). I may try roasting them to see if I can handle them. LOL! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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