Oof, this day had me down, but only for the morning…Read More »
Wow, I’m now FULLY convinced that I wouldn’t have gotten the full benefit of the program had I not reset, starting today. Read More »
So today, I came across many revelations while reading the Whole30 book that made me realize that I have to reset my Whole30 food experiment. Find out what I did…Read More »
Today, I had ONE less meal and I didn’t even notice! How is that possible? Maybe it was this dream:
Day Three was a breeze! I woke up a little late but managed my first meal prep of the program!
I thought I ate too much yesterday! Whoo! Today was meant to be a day of switching my new cell phone (I dropped my old one in water) and then, driving for Lyft some more, but I got a last minute call to work a day on Legion! This was the perfect test for my […]
Since January Fourth was my official Day One (I accidentally ate something that wasn’t a part of the ingredient list on the third) I wanted to make sure I was satiated throughout the day. I tend to eat a lot when I’m on a diet at first to offset the very fact that I am on a diet. It’s definitely not a good practice to follow. But! Here’s what I ate:
During the second half of 2014, I underwent one of the most stressful moments in my life. I began to have random anxiety attacks that led to panic attacks. Now, I’m no stranger to these episodes, but these were unwarranted and not initiated by my own, usual provocations. No, these were an attack on my system, and I had no idea why they were happening. I went to the doctors, racked up thousands of dollars of specialist visits and tests & procedures and the doctor’s eventually diagnosed me with Crohn’s Disease. I knew people who had Crohn’s and in no way did I agree with the diagnosis. But the test to disprove it was a DNA marker test that would only rule it out as a cause if I had absolutely ZERO of the markers for Crohn’s, and the majority of the population has at least some of them.