Milena Posted February 24, 2013 Share Posted February 24, 2013 Hello everyone, I've been thinking about doing the whole30 soon. For quite a long time now (about 5 years, after I moved out of my parents, and didn't get healthy biological super-food each day anymore), I've been eating really badly. Like, I ate no fruits and nearly no vegetables. Mostly junkfood at mc donalds, pasta with cheese sauce and pizza. I knew that it was bad, as i had this good example of my parents, but I did not cook, so it was easy like this. Plus i am quite a heavy smoker. As i am now for the first time in my life living in a tidy appartment with a boyfriend and everything is stable and i have more time, i somehow got interested into cooking. So i downloaded the ebook "it starts with food" and read that its better to quit smoking before starting the w30. As junkfood is a heavy trigger for me to smoke, I thought about eating a bit healthier for a few weeks, and to quit smoking at the same time. Is that a good idea, or would it be better to start now cold turkey on both eating habits and smoking? I forgot to mention, that I have loads and loads of time as i study arts with only one fixed day per week. the rest of the time I work free at home. Sorry for my bad english, it's not my first language. Thanks for your help, Milena Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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