9. I don't get groggy anymore. I don't even feel sleepy at night, but I can still fall asleep as soon as my head hits the pillow.M.H. recently described his Whole30 experience as "Fourteen days of torment, punctuated by delicious meals." That about sums it up. It's not that we don't like what we're eating, it's just that it's a ton of work and our brains are in a constant state of tantrum because they don't have their freeeeedom. Or their suuuuuugar. Or their cheeeeeeeeeese.
10. I feel significantly skinnier. My new favorite pose in yoga is "anything that lets me admire my slender waist in the mirrors." (I'm not allowed to weigh myself, but I'm still allowed to be frightfully vain.)
11. I am sooooo tired of following the rules. I know it's a slippery slope, but all I want to do is bake some fake bread. I'd make it out of nut flour and sweeten it with fruit and everything.
Thursday, January 17, 2013
Day 16 update
Here's the new stuff I've noticed in the past week or so of doing the Whole30:
Posted by Ironmom (Julie)