maryteam2 Posted March 10, 2013 Share Posted March 10, 2013 I just finished my first Whole 35. It wasn't completely clean as I found sugar sausages I ate, shrimp, and bacon. So, now that I have found all the sugar free version of those meats, I am trying again. Before I restarted, I took some time today to just eat the stuff I "remembered" as being really good. I ate chocolate, chips, soda, and gluten free pizza. None of it tasted like I remembered. The chocolate tasted waxy, the pizza was okay, the soda tasted like acid, and the chips were okay. I could definitely tell that my energy and clarity took a nosedive. Now that the memory of how good those things tasted is completely gone, I don't think I am going to have any trouble staying on a Whole 60 diet. The chocolate cravings are gone. I think we can honestly say that I am now a recovered chocoholic. I have no desire to eat any more chocolate, drink a soda, eat a pizza or eat chips. Maybe after 60 days, I will just eat some mashed potatoes. Seriously, I was like, "If this is what I was eating before, no wonder why I didn't enjoy eating food." Real food actually tasted better, and I enjoyed it more. Before Whole 30, I would not have said that because my taste buds didn't know any better. This time I am doing that Autoimmune protocol. Only thing I need to cut out are the nuts and the Ibuprofen. Here is to restored energy, clarity, and health! Mary Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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