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Whole15

Well, I broke off Whole30 yesterday. I'm conflicted. Part of me doesn't care because I was out of town and I was hungry, and part of me is peeved because I've felt awesome and have been doing so well.

I didn't binge badly, either. I did splurge on Starbucks, and Ivy and I had Panda Express for lunch. Not the super-healthiest, but it was the best choice of 'fast food' that we had on the ride home. Ivy was encouraging me to break down, which wasn't helpful. I'm still on the fence about whether I'm going to pick back up.

I think I might just stick with wise dieting. The cooking on Whole30 just kills me! I can follow an adapted program based on what I've learned and still see good results, I think. Josh thinks I personally would do better with a diet-free weekend or something anyway where I don't feel like I'm denying myself. He may have a point.

Regardless, I'm still watching how I react to certain foods. I was already having tummy trouble yesterday, which is part of why I decided to eat while out, so it's hard to tell what's what. I don't think I've had any new reactions from rice, milk, or sugar. I never drink a lot of milk though. I do like rice and it's pretty healthy, so if that's something I can eat without trouble, I may start including that regularly in my diet again. I'll keep low on the sugar, because the detox I come off is always SO BAD, so I know I shouldn't get wrapped up in sugar (pepsi) again.

I'm not actually even all that disappointed in myself. I'm ready for cooking to stop being such a hassle, tbph. I wish I could afford a personal chef. Maybe one day, if this finance thing goes right, eh?

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ahavah
Apr. 18th, 2017 05:52 pm (UTC)
Ugh, cooking kills me, but the affordability sucks too. Absolutely. It's a shame that it's so darn easy to eat unhealthily. I'm trying to find that happy medium!