Whole 30: Day 23 Recap

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I’m doing a Whole 30 for a couple of reasons: 1) I want to feel great from the inside out, 2) Putting some stricter guidelines around my food choices keeps me from getting distracted by things that might otherwise tempt me, and 3) Sometimes it takes a while to reap the benefits of a change and having a timeline provides the structure and encouragement I need when I begin to feel impatient.

I plan to share what I eat each day to help me accurately judge what my body needs and to, hopefully, provide a little inspiration or planning assistance if you’re trying to figure out your day as well. If you have questions about anything, please leave me a comment.

Everyone is different, so I hope you don’t judge me too harshly by what I eat. And maybe you’ll see something that resonates with you and, in that case, excellent! If not, I’ll be posting different recipes on the blog too, so don’t despair!

Here’s to the journey!


5:00 Black coffee

6:30 Italian Scramble

1:00 Cauliflower soup, cauliflower hummus with veggies, tuna tabbouleh

4:00 Banana

6:00 Red Curry Salmon and Eggs on Asian Slaw, Thai grapefruit salad

Food I ate too much at dinner. It wasn’t a big deal; I just should have cut my piece of salmon in half. Throughout the evening I felt just a little bit too full. It was all healthy, really good ingredients, but I found myself being aware that next time I need to make a different choice. Awareness is one of the things I appreciate about the Whole 30. Gluten and sugar mess with my head so that I don’t know what I’m feeling. Paleo lets me assess with clarity and course correct when necessary. I like it.

Mood Steady.

Sleep 7.5 – I woke up in the middle of the night and had a little trouble falling back to sleep, but overall, pretty steady energy all day long.

Exercise Rest day! I did some yoga in the afternoon because I consider that an enhancement to any day. 🙂


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