alisonegilbert Posted July 25, 2018 Share Posted July 25, 2018 I just finished my second round of Whole30, and it was great! My purpose was mostly to do a reset after some stressful life circumstances, and I had so much fun with it this time. I weighed myself today, and I'm down just under 3 pounds since I started, which isn't nothing, and my goal wasn't really weight loss, but it's always nice to see a difference. My question is, how do I know if it's time to stop making weight loss one of my goals? I've never had healthy habits long-term before, so weight loss has always sort of been the implicit goal of healthy eating. I've been exercising a lot this time, so I also wonder if I'm losing more fat than the scale is saying and building muscle! I guess I am wondering if not really losing weight on Whole30 means that my body is happy with the weight where it is. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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