ecb Posted June 20, 2012 Share Posted June 20, 2012 Hey first off just joined the group and am looking forward to trying a Whole30 with my wife (planning to kick off this weekend). Generally speaking we eat healthy; probably 80% is very Whole30 friendly. However, there is that 20% (desserts, bit of dairy/grains) that I'm curious to see if we remove it what sort of difference each of us will feel. So, soon it begins. Excited and nervous; never tweaked my diet so radically before. Trying to prep myself a bit for it and am thinking about what to eat for breakfast. Lunch will likely be either salads or stir fry with veggies and chic/beef/tuna and I'll have nuts and fruit around for snacks. Dinner will likely be similar; again lots of meat and veggies and healthy fats. That's easy and normally how we eat. Breakfast is a bit trickier. I usually am running out the door for work so I'd really rather eat in the car rather than eat at home (never mind cooking before work!). Now I have nuts and dried fruit for breakfast which is pretty far from the Whole30 ideal. I was thinking of making homemade Lara bars where I make them as "nutty" as possible. I'd keep it small; just want something to tie me over til I get to work. I would also eat a hard boiled egg once at work to complete the meal. Does that sound like a reasonable starting point? Is it really important to eat everything at once or is a 45 minute break OK? I could supplement with a bit of unprocessed deli meat but that doesn't sound entirely appealing. What other on the go breakfasty things can you recommend? I think some of the eggy muffin options could work as finger food. Anything else? Thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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