quitequaint Posted January 18, 2018 Share Posted January 18, 2018 Before Whole30, I would experience bloating whenever I ate gluten. This would last 2-3 days and then go away. But since starting Whole30, I've been bloated every single day.. mainly after every meal, it seems! I'm wondering if there's something I'm eating that is wrong or if my gut is still repairing itself after all the on-again-off-again I've been doing with a gluten-free diet? I used to eat a lot of carbs and sugar and coffee, and I haven't had any since starting. I have been eating a lot of cauliflower rice (I miss rice!) but after what I found from doing a thread search, I didn't have any today and haven't seen a difference.. perhaps I should wait longer though. I've also started drinking more water because I have a tendency to not do so enough. I read a few mentions in threads about digestive enzymes and am wondering if it's really necessary. I take 2 probiotics daily and try to add kimchi here and there. I have regular bowel movements, though the stool can vary hard to soft. I've always found this happens when I eat a lot of meat. Here is a link to a detailed Whole30 Log I keep. (I figure it would be easier to read in that format, but I can copy& paste a few days worth of meals too if that's best.) I don't eat cold foods besides fruit & kimchi, and I cook/reheat my meals with either coconut oil, ghee, evoo, or avocado oil but I don't specify this in the log. I'll have a handful of nuts or coconut flakes if I still feel hungry shortly after a meal but for the most part, my meals last me 4-5 hours. They are larger portions than I'm used to and am also wondering if it's possible to gain weight during Whole30? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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