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Who doesn’t want dessert for breakfast? Seriously! What if I told you this dessert for breakfast is sugar-free, dairy-free, gluten-free, vegan, and not to mention top 8 free! Hello! You just found your match, and it so happens to be the chocolate breakfast of chocolate breakfasts. Meet vegan chocolate oatmeal. This stuff is three things: wicked good, makes all your chocolate dreams come true, and only four ingredients (water, coconut milk, rolled oats, and cocoa). Continue reading
Whole30 Meal Plan Day 30
It’s the last day of Whole30, and the reintroduction debate continues. Yes, I’ve felt the benefits of eating clean, but nothing has been overwhelming. So, dear readers, meet my lazy and defiant side. I’m not going to follow the complete reintroduction plan. I know… bad! This doesn’t mean tomorrow I’ll be eating pizza, toasting with wine, and snacking on sundaes. I’ll take it slow but not over ten days and not the way it is in the book (It Starts with Food). Continue reading
Whole30 Meal Plan: Day 29
One more day of Whole30 to go!
I opened my fridge this morning and for the first time since starting Whole30 my fridge is empty. I think it’s a subconscious way of preparing both mental and physical space for reintroducing foods back into our diet. We began Whole30 with a big grocery shop on day 1 and will be ending it the same way on day 30. This time our grocery basket will be full of beans, bread, and cheese! Continue reading
Whole30 Meal Plan Day 28
It’s hard to see/pinpoint what changes have happened in the last 28 days because everything is starting to feel normal. The most noticeable physical difference is my wedding ring sits loosely on my finger, and my pants fit a little better. Yes, weight loss is part of Whole30. I wonder if I have lost any weight or I was just inflamed (I kinda don’t want to step on the scale). Continue reading
Whole30 Meal Plan Day 27
Wow has time gone by quickly since last Sunday! It was exactly a week ago I almost quit this Whole30 journey, and man am I glad I stuck with it. Every day brings something new, from learning more about my relationship to alcohol and coffee to hosting a Whole30 dinner party sober, and continuously finding total joy in the kitchen. Continue reading
Whole30 Meal Plan Day 26
A few days ago I started adding a little coconut milk into my coffee. I have since realized coffee with something creamy is a drink without brakes for me. This means I can drink it and drink it and drink it! Continue reading
Whole30 Meal Plan Day 25
We don’t want to make Whole30 any easier on ourselves, I tell you! This weekend we had friends visiting and decided to invite some more friends over for dinner. They knew coming to visit meant there would be no eating out, no going to bars, and no alcohol… for us that is! Inviting friends for dinner and not serving them wine would be weird, right? Continue reading
The thing about blogging each day of Whole30 is you get to witness the ups and downs of the program as they happen. And boy have I had my fair share in the last 24 days. Naturally, it will be different for everyone. This has been hard for me, but my hubby is taking it like a champ! See everybody is different even if you have the same diet! Continue reading
Whole30 Meal Plan Day 23
I may have had some icky side effects, but I can see why people LOVE Whole30. At day 23 I am starting to see the benefits of a super clean and whole diet. The one biggie is my energy level, which is consistent throughout the day. I don’t experience any more ‘crashes.’ My energy level is even and feels lighter. So obviously I am wondering what’s causing this awesomeness, which brings me to the reintroduction… dun dun duuuun! Continue reading
Whole30 Meal Plan Day 22
The Whole30 journey is about more than just food.
Whole30 has given me a new perspective on my food allergies: gratefulness. I am so grateful for what I can eat. After going 22 days without grains, sugar, dairy, legumes, and alcohol, I have learned just how much is out there for me to enjoy! Continue reading