So I kinda feel like a sellout. I preach that @Whole30
is this end all be all, #foodfreedom
, THE best clean eating, THE proper way to eat healthy. And here I am eating a @ww
dinner. That I tracked.
And yes this @emilybitesblog
was SO good! And I'm glad that even though my night was full of more important priorities--many in prep of our 24-person extended-family Thanksgiving dinner my husband and I are hosting--I still stopped to buy the ingredients. And after having to clean up juice from both turkeys from ALL OVER OUR fridge, I still cooked those ingredients.
I'm loving my @liift4
program and my breakfast shakes, but I'm still struggling with my nutrition. I love how I feel when I eat Whole30. And I love how quickly I lose weight when I give Whole30 my all. But I'm learning a lot and I don't allow myself the grace I need to give myself when I am not 100% compliant. So I need a diet (and I use that term in means of what I'm using to fuel my body, not what I eat to lose weight) that has more flexibility.
No it's not "food freedom" but it's a step in the right direction. I did it on WW once before. I think it's plausible to do it again. But this time I can use the healthy habits I gained on Whole30 and couple it with tracking and consistent workouts to get the results I'm hoping for.