Whole30 | The Aftermath

We made it!

On Wednesday we officially closed out our Whole30 experience and I’m proud to say that 4 out of 5 of us made it through without cheating even once. I’m down 10 lbs and I feel really good. J dropped 20 lbs and Flip flops is practically unrecognizable with a 30 lb drop (though he’s been doing manual labor and working out a lot).

We celebrated with a dinner out (a rare treat for a family of five) and even had dessert. Amazingly, I got one tortilla into my fajita and realized I was full. While I would normally power through, this time…I just stopped.

It was kind of empowering.

Next steps? We’re committed to eating clean and ramping up our veggie intake while cutting down on carbs. We’re still feeling out the future, but we definitely feel like this experience had changed our relationship with food.

If you’re considering Whole30, I have amassed a few resources that may help. No affiliates, just recommendations.

Downshiftology | Lisa Bryan is a lifestyle blogger, foodie, and lives with multiple autoimmune conditions. Her blog and YouTube channel are full of inspiration, recipes, and gluten free options. While she’s not specifically a Whole30 blogger, many of her recipes are compliant.

Castaway Kitchen | A referral from my friend Diane (who got me into this mess in the first place). Full of info and meal plans, it’s a great resource for paleo and low carb eating.

Whole Sisters | Nan and Nicole are sisters who focus on whole ingredients and delicious foods.


PS: This week J and I celebrated our 2 year anniversary. Say WHAAAAAAT?!

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