DE 123 Posted October 16, 2017 Share Posted October 16, 2017 I've got a chronic pain disorder. Two of the consequences of the disorder are screwed up sleep and a mostly sedentary lifestyle. I am often awake at hours when the rest of my family is asleep. So, I don't cook meals during these times because I don't want to wake anyone up. Also, because I'm not very active, I'm not hungry enough to eat three full meals as is recommended in the whole30 dietary plans anyway - if I did, I imagine I'd gain a whole lot of weight! So, typically I have one full-sized, compliant meal, then the rest of my food for my "day" snack-size compliant food. So while I'm eating meat, veggies, and fat, I'm not getting in the recommended daily amount of servings. My question is whether I will feel the full benefits of the whole30 plan if I'm not eating the number of meals prescribed by the regime? I'm 2 weeks into my first round, have not noticed any benefits yet, and am worried that this might be futile given that I'm not a typical participant. Thanks. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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