Whole30Wendy Posted January 7, 2017 Share Posted January 7, 2017 I work at a vegan juice and food place and I have been very careful to check all the ingredients of all our food so that I know what I can and cannot have. I'm on day 6 of my Whole30, and at work today, after checking the ingredients twice, I ate a very small sample of our granola made of seeds and dried apple and beets only to immediately check the ingredients again and all of a sudden see that there was vanilla extract in it. Eek! I had checked twice but I honestly just missed it. It was only a small sample, and my intentions and actions were correct in checking, but I just made a silly mistake. Do I start over, or just say whoops and move on, making sure to triple check ingredients lists more carefully in the future? I am very committed to doing this program correctly, but also I don't want to have to extend my program. I'm running a half-marathon about 11 days after the program ends, and I worry that if I extend my program by 6 days then I'll be in the reintroduction period for the run and my body might be feeling kind of funny. That being said, I don't particularly want to extend the program another 11 days to finish after the race. My boyfriend is doing the program with me and he's having a hard time and doesn't want to extend with me (I wouldn't ask him to do that), so he'd be off reintroducing food while I'd still be in the thick of the program. Should I extend/restart, or no? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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