Whole30 Day 2

Just Veggies. A soup that can be used for, um, soup. Or scoop out the veggies for a quick stir-fry or omelet makings. They're cooked and ready and waiting in the fridge. Simple.

Just Veggies. A soup that can be used for, um, soup. Or scoop out the veggies for a quick stir-fry or omelet makings. They’re cooked and ready and waiting in the fridge. Simple.

Day 2 of my second Whole30 nutritional reset program. Yesterday went well, waaaay easier than my first Whole30 — I know what I’m doing this time. I read my 10 pages (actually more) of It Starts With Foodpart of my new contract-with-myself attitude, and was surprised to learn some new things I hadn’t remembered the first time I read it (like, I should be having smaller protein/meat portions).

What I read encouraged me to take this 30 days even deeper than I did the first time around.

Got on the scale yesterday at the doctor’s office — haven’t gained or lost a thing in the past many, many weeks. A good start to this second shot and a shot-in-the-arm (thought I’d use some doctor-type terminology here) with the knowledge that the 13 pounds I lost the first time around is still gone. I was so surprised. I was POSITIVE I had gained back at least some of it.

I’m good with where I am (way good) — for now. But this time around, I’m keeping an eye on portion sizes and focusing on lean meats and fewer fruits.

So. That’s the plan, Stan.

How are handling your Whole30?

What did you/do you do that helps you stay focused on eating consciously?

What tips do you have for anyone thinking about doing a Whole30?

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