|What You Eat on Whole30|
I don’t watch him often, but I set the DVR because of the segment on Whole30. I’ve done two Whole30s in the past six months and the results have been pretty awesome.
I’ve hit the point where I’ve lost enough weight that people aren’t afraid to ask me about it.
They don’t say, “Have you lost weight?” That’s what you ask when you think someone might have lost weight.
They want to know how much. And they want to know how.
So I’m going to answer that question here.
In some ways, the answer is B-O-R-I-N-G. In others, it’s A-M-A-Z-I-N-G.
Partly because I don’t have any interest in writing a food blog. Partly because I don’t want to bore people.
Mostly because I know that once you start writing about something—fitness, food, faith, fiction—anything you SAY you are passionate about, there comes with that a sense of accountability.
It’s kind of like the stickers on the back of my car. The ones that tell people in my community where I worship and where I workout…the kind of stickers that make me think twice before giving in to road rage or pulling through the Krispy Kreme drive thru.
I’ll still be writing about faith and fiction, but I’ll be adding in posts on food and fitness from time to time.
I cannot fathom how anyone can appreciate the intricacy of the world around them and honestly believe all of that came about by chance.
For me, paleo is the framework for eliminating the junk and cleaning up my diet. It’s worked great! When I eat this way, I’m not hungry. I have a ton of energy. And my body composition is slowly but surely changing.
I’m doing another Whole30 in January, so over the next few weeks I’ll be posting some tips and tricks that I’ve learned from my previous Whole30 experiences, as well as sharing some of my favorite recipes. I’m looking forward to sharing this part of my story with all of you!