Whole 30: A Blessing & A Curse

It’s been a little over a month since I finished my first Whole 30. Although I’m happy to have completed it, felt great during it, and am more “food-aware,” there are definitely some things I was not expecting to feel or experience after completion. Worrying too much about weight gain when eating non compliant foods: During Whole…

Whole 30: Done

So, I have several thoughts and opinions post my Whole 30 Experience, both good and bad. The Good: I Stopped Taking My Allergy Medications: After a year and a half of taking allergy medicines (flonase & claritin) every single morning, I have finally been able to stop. This benefit is huge for me. It can’t be that healthy…

The Downsides of Whole 30

Note: These opinions are my own and reflect my personal experience with Whole 30. This post is not meant to dissuade you from trying, just to make you aware that it is not an easy experience.  We’re down to the final stretch of Whole 30 (8 days to be exact – last day is Feb…

Days 16-17. Caving isn’t always failure.

Warning: This is a long post. Tuesday (Day 16): Before my work trip to Richmond went to 730 OTF class with Jessica which kicked my ass (we had a two group class and had to run a mile, row a mile, then finish with sprints followed by 25 of intense arm exercises), showered, ate my…