btvs1981 Posted December 30, 2020 Share Posted December 30, 2020 So I'm back for another round to start out 2021. Last round started out 2020 and we all know how that year turned out so let's cross our fingers for something better! I have zero intention of making any new years plans (i live in one of the few Aussie places that has active covid clusters right now so socialising is a no-go) so I started a little early on 28/12. I'm also unsure how long this will run for, maybe 30 days, maybe 45 or 60. We'll see. The thing that always ends up getting me is that I can't have everyone in my household eating what I eat and so I end up making 3-4 different meals each night plus my whole 30 breakfast and dinner. I guess the goal out of this one is assessing pain levels (I have idiopathic nerve pain from left lower back down left leg) and assessing what is sustainable out of this way of eating long term. What that means is largely keeping this food log along with my daily personal journal for symptoms, cravings etc. and also experimenting with whole30 meals that I can get into my household rotation. So here goes - I welcome any/all input feedback so fire away if you have any thoughts and/or just want to say hi! Extra note - I try and do 16:8 fasting as closely as I can, sometimes it's 15:9, sometimes it's 20:4, guided by my hunger signals. That does mean that with the extremely satisfying whole 30 meals I'm really only fitting in 2 meals and a mini-meal or snack meal each day. Any advice or thoughts on this? Do others combine whole30 and intermitten fasting? Day 1 28/12 40 Aprons zuppa toscana with broccoli and cauliflower rice thrown in Beef taco salad with homemade guac Day 2 29/12 3 scrambled eggs with peppers, onions, mushrooms cooked in ghee plus skillet potatoes (delicious and super satisfying) nectarine, banana and 2 tablespoons of coconut yoghurt 40 Aprons zuppa toscana with broccoli and cauliflower rice thrown in Day 3 30/12 Beef taco salad with homemade guac Small bowl of zuppa toscana Moroccan chicken with skillet sweet potato, broccoli, cauli and pine nuts on top Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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