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  1. #291
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    Day 10: B: 3 slices bacon, 2 eggs fried in bacon fat, coffee with CM. Lunch was annoying as I had to cook several things for others, none of which I could eat. I ended up with one slice of Dutch meat loaf ( a deli loaf from a good German deli), fried in bacon fat, and an avocado. It was really hot and no-one felt like eating much. In the end, I ate an avocado. We went to a friend's for an art in the garden show. It involved brick oven pizza, which I resisted. I did have a slushie made with a ginger/lime elixir (sweetened with honey) and coconut milk. Other than the honey, it was Whole 30 compliant. And super delicious on a hot afternoon. Supper has been snacking around the house, an orange, radishes, a piece of pastrami, then 2 hard-boiled eggs. It's almost too hot to care about eating.

    Was 145.5 again this morning. Hoping to drop into the lower 140's this week.

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    Well, I caved. I had a cupcake and wasn't impressed, so I had another. Really? Then I had two peanut butter cookies... again, not impressed. I think this sugar and the lack of impression caused a sugar binge b/c I later had a Mt. Dew and a sugar cookie from the gas station with a grossly sweet icing on it, half a chocolate chip cookie with caramel pieces in it and half a monster cookie. My tummy is very unhappy right now. But I think that's a good thing. The intent was to binge on sugar so that I'd get that sick to the tummy feeling and hopefully remember said feeling so I don't do this again.

    But, I'm not giving up. I'm going on again. Day 10 was not a success, but Day 11 has great potential.
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  3. #293
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    Welcome aboard, Daniel295!

    JudyCR, you're right, that's a great idea - baggies of healthy snacks are perfect.

    jenn26point2, good for you for not giving up! I bet Day 11 will be superb.

    We're 1/3 through the Whole 30!!! Everyone ROCKS OUT LOUD!!!

  4. #294
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    Day 10

    Breakfast 1 at 7 am - black coffee, apple, almond butter. (Discovered that my almost-19-year-old cat likes licking almond butter remnants off of plates. Hmm.) Then went back to bed.

    Breakfast 2 at 10 am - more coffee, 3 eggs (farm fresh!!! pasture raised!!!) scrambled with bacon, in bacon fat, with onions and garlic. Twas nom! Plus 1/2 red pepper, because I wanted something sweet.

    Snack at 12:30 pm - apple and raw macadamias

    Afternoon - Lots of water; banana; 1 carrot

    Dinner at 7 pm - 2 servings of BAS (lettuce, cucumber, scallions, carrots) with bacon, hardboiled egg and steak

    Dessert at 8:30 pm - plate of strawberries and blueberries w/CM, coffee w/CM

    WOD - Went bicycling w/my family; wound up biking 6 miles slowly. Had a blast!


    I'm fairly certain the steak was marinaded in non-Whole 30 stuff, and the bacon definitely had "cane sugar" listed as one of the ingredients. Oh well. Doing the best I can. Meanwhile, I'm reading CONVICT CONDITIONING, and it's absolutely engrossing.

  5. #295
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    Day 10

    Breakfast. 3 eggs cooked in ghee plus coffee
    Lunch 1/2 a small rotisserie chicken from whole foods and a little carton of raspberries, more coffee
    Dinner homemade pork chorizo cooked with a huge pile of collards and eggs plus a little mango coconut milk purée

    Snack while watching mad men a small handful of frozen pineapple and a small handful of frozen raspberries. I guess the heat. Today made fruit sound good.

    Cant believe I am still craving free.

  6. #296
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    Day 10
    B-3 egg omelet w/ bacon, zucchini & tomatoes
    S- Green Apple
    No lunch
    D- Homemade ground turkey & beef burgers severed with cauliflower rice

    Did P90X Chest & Back for 30mins...then did more pull ups and push ups with the hubby & kids..we had lots of fun!!!

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    thoughts on coconut water after a crazy workout or bikram to help with hydration? is this whole 30 compliant?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TLoRu View Post
    thoughts on coconut water after a crazy workout or bikram to help with hydration? is this whole 30 compliant?
    Read the ingredients. If the only ingredient is coconut water, then you are fine.

  9. #299
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    Craving fudgey brownies today...

    Just started reading the Paleo for Women blog. It's convincing me that I do need more carbs and less dairy in my life. So in place of my typical cheese snack that I have in the afternoon, I have been having some fruit. I wonder if it's causing brownie cravings. Ohhh I just pictured nutella on strawberries and now I'm ready to cave.

    Life is hard. First world probs, yo.
    Type 1 Diabetic. Controlling blood sugar through primal life.

    2012 Goals:
    Maintain A1c of 6.0 or lower
    More dietary fat, less carbs, moderate protein
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    Quote Originally Posted by apple View Post
    Life is hard. First world probs, yo.
    **snort**

    I hear you on the carbs. I've been having a lot of fruit these past few days. Don't know if it's TOM-related or what. But I figure that I'm in this for the long haul, so with trial and error, I'll eventually figure out what works best.

    Thanks for linking to that blog. I've been having a lot of berries and bananas lately -- but also apples. And maybe I'll bump up my sweet potato.

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