GoJo09 Posted February 23, 2013 Share Posted February 23, 2013 Hi everyone I'm gearing up to start my Whole30 tomorrow, but have a bit of a dilemma in that, on Friday-Saturday I'll be doing a 100km non-stop hike (it's a charity thing. I think I was temporarily insane when I agreed to do it). Anyway, my friend, who's a dietician, advised that for this kind of endurance event where the body is under constant stress, I need to be eating simple carbs and easily digestible foods ie. chocolate, and that protein would be too hard for my body to process and could give me grief (not something I want to deal with in the middle of the night, in the middle of the bush!). So, I have my little bags of food ready to go, but they're really not appealing at all. Nuts, choc bars, muesli bars, pumpkin muffins. Not a Whole30 compliant food in there (well, the nuts are, but not in the quantities I need for 30hrs!). Suggestions of what I could/should eat the night before, during and immediately after? Or should I just restart my Whole30 again after the event? I don't have to carry the food with me the whole time - we have support crew meeting us every 25km/7hrs, so I can have a little cooler bag with food in it. Just not sure what to do. Thanks for any advice. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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