10.4.15

Time for Whole30 #4


Not sure if you've noticed but I haven't been able to post as regularly as usual. This is because over the past month, I've had to move house twice along with all the regular stuff like work, training etc. I've no internet connection at home yet and my phone internet only goes so far...

I've had a busy few weeks; minimal time to train, cook, eat and enjoy the lifestyle I'm used to which shows. My skin is not looking so great at the moment, I'm feeling tired but when I go to bed I can't just fall off to sleep and I'm not happy about some of the food choices I'm making due to being time poor. 

So, no better time for a nutritional reset than now, right?! Start off in my home, how I mean to go on. Out with the breaded fish, chips and fast food. In with he vegetables and home cooked meals. 


What?

Whole30. For 30 days, no breaks, no slipping, no cheating, no quitting. Check out www.whole30.com to read more or click {here} to read all my previous whole30 posts on the blog! 

Why?

To reset my food choices; undo my reliance on sugar when I need energy. To clear up my skin, increase my energy levels and reduce stress. 


When? 

I'm currently organising my food shopping so my start date is sometime between Monday 13th April and Thursday 16th April. 

Who?

Who will be my inspiration?! Well for week one, I'll be taking my inspiration from the Hemsley & Hemsley Book. I've scoured it and chosen all the recipes I like the sound of that are also compliant (or can be easily adapted). I'm hoping that some fresh recipes will help me to stay focused and complete the 30 days successfully. Each week I will be taking inspiration from a different book. I have Thug Kitchen, Deliciously Ella and Honestly Healthy lined up as well as having the new Whole30 book on preorder!


Also, check out {Planet Organic} to get all your health food staples! 

If you have any questions or fancy joining me, just let me know in the comments below! 

Elle :) 

2 comments:

  1. Have you thought about doing a level 3 of Diane Sanfillipo's 21 day sugar detox. It's essentially paleo, but without fruit.
    Other option is doing Pete Evan's 10 week program The Paleo Way.

    Good luck. Either way.

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    1. Ooooo don't think I could give up fruit, EVER! lol

      Will check out the Pete Evan's one though...

      Thanks (as always) for the tips Matilda!

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