Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Whole30 Day 27

Hi world! I seem to have less and less time for these recaps as I dig in to my school work, and since my Whole30 is nearly up I thought that today I would share with you the sites of a few of my favorite Whole30-ers! To me, it was super helpful to follow along with others on their Whole30 journey to see what they ate each day and how they prepped and planned their meals. It had a huge impact on how I managed my Whole30.

So here is a quick recap of my meals (there were a lot of them), followed by some awesome blogs you should make sure you are reading as you continue on your Whole30.

Breakfast (after a quick 30 minute swim): Everyday Paleo Southwestern Frittata and a bowl of fruit with coconut milk


Snack: Sun-Dried Tomato Baba Ganoush with carrot and celery sticks

Lunch: Half of a sweet potato, one chicken breast mixed with olives and Baba Ganoush, served over a bed of arugula

Afternoon Snack: One pear, pistachios and raisins

Pre-Workout Snack: Four pieces of beef jerky and four dried figs

Dinner (after a CrossFit WOD that had me sweating so much it was stinging my eyes and blurring my vision): Stir fry with tilapia, squash, broccoli, carrots and red chili sauce (spicy, but yummy)!

I had another late night and I can tell it is affecting my hunger in a big way. I am going to make sure I get plenty of sleep the rest of the week to get to feeling normal again.

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Amazingly Helpful Wonderful Blogs with Whole30 Resources:

The Clothes Make the Girl
Chow Bella
My Whole30 Journey
The Paleo Prize
Nom Nom Paleo
Virginia is for Hunter Gatherers
Cutting Out Carbs





4 comments:

  1. Aw. Thanks so much for the mention. I completely agree that one of the best things about doing the Whole30 is the amazing community. I actually told my boyfriend that I can't cheat on the Whole30 because "I'd have to show the rest of the bloggers!" Haha.

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    1. That is some pretty good motivation :) It is always good to have people to keep you accountable.

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  2. Thank you very much for the mention, Tarah. Super sweet of you.

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    1. Of course! I love that there are so many places to go for awesome, tasty meal ideas. I think it makes it so much easier for people to master Paleo or a Whole30 if they can see what others eat everyday.

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