Whole30 Round 2: Day 1


My wife and I are doing another Whole30 for the month of September. The Whole30 is a reset that gets your body used to eating healthy foods.  It lasts 30 days. Picking months that have 30 days makes it easier but not a necessity (in fact the Whole30 crew are officially starting theirs on September 5. We completed our first round back in April of this year and you can read about my experiences by starting here. Basically there is no sugar, no legumes, no grains, no dairy and no artificial anything (sweeteners et al).  Those foods can have a negative impact on

We definitely learned some things our first go around that we are applying now.  One of the things we learned was you have to plan ahead.  For instance yesterday my wife made a breakfast casserole so that I would have something to eat.  Truth be told she’s been making me breakfast casseroles since we finished our first Whole30 back in April, but she also made salad dressing that is Whole30 approved.

Day 1: So what is the big deal?

Today was fairly easy getting back into the swing.  The only thing that I might have slipped up on was my morning coffee.  The last time through it was tough with no sugar in my coffee.  Thankfully, this morning in my half-asleep stupor I did not dump a couple of scoops into my morning joe. The only thing I added was coconut oil and blending it on up.  So feel pretty good on day one.

Try to live peacefully with everyone, and try to live holy lives, because if you don’t, you will not see the Lord.

Hebrews 12:14 GW

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