My motivation for doing the Whole 30 this time around is to reset my palate so I appreciate whole foods again, generally eat better, and make sure that I am as healthy as I can be. One of the biggest fitness fallacies is that exercising helps you lose weight. I'm quite the opposite where I often gain weight since exercise makes me super duper hungry. In the past, I've done Whole 30 and have been really diligent about staying within the frankly excessively restrictive boundaries and was miserable the entire time. This isn't a tenable solution for me and so this time around I'm going to modify the rules: I'll still eat small quantities of dairy and beans.
|Corporate lunch is delicious. Also free.|
|less pretty than one would hope but yet so delicious.|
Citrus-marinated chicken with cauliflower rice
Salmon on an arugula salad with a 2 minute mayo-based dressing
Potato, egg, and homemade sausage hash
Dijon chicken with cauliflower soup
I'll try to update with what we actually end up eating and recipes.