Nyx Posted March 4, 2013 Share Posted March 4, 2013 Day 4 (March 4th) So this is happening. I heard about a Whole30 from a friend who just completed her first one in January. She was trying to find a non-medicated way to deal with some inflammatory swelling and her results with Wh30 were amazing. After seeing her successfully deal with her issues through adjusting her diet to a Paleo setting, I started to think about how Wh30 could help me kick start some health goals I made to myself earlier last year as part of my â€œ101 goals in 1001 daysâ€ list that I've failed to make any meaningful progress on since writing them down. My goal is to do at least 30 days but ideally 45 days to reset my diet and get used to eating real and nutrient dense food. I'm starting this log as a way to keep myself honest and to have a place I can look back and see why I started doing this in the first place for those inevitable moments of temptation. Here are my goals: I want to have a baby in 2013 and in order to do that I need to be happier and fitter than I am right now. I want my weight to not be a determining factor in whether I feel comfortable doing something from trying zip lining for the first time to learning how to ride a horse. I want to feel strong! And that brings me here. I'll write down my measurements as soon as I find my stubbornly lost measuring tape. For now I'll just stick to writing brief daily updates and logging my meals, sleep and maybe exercise. Meal 1: 2 slices of a kale, onion and ground beef frittata and a cup of green tea Meal 2: Pureed butternut squash, Roast chicken breast and roasted brussels sprouts and cauliflower Meal 3: coconut crusted pan fried pork chops, broccoli slaw and finished off the butternut squash Side effects today: Eh, still trying to get over a cold that set in over the weekend. This sore throat is killing me! I have never wanted a cough drop so much in my life and I *hate* cough drops. Thankfully a trip to my acupuncture clinic resolved most of my congestion. I waited to long to eat lunch and could actually feel my energy draining away until I got a chance to eat. After that everything was much better. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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