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Necessary Delay

Wednesday, August 05, 2020

DGS8 had a few last weeks of baseball in northern GA so we headed over there to watch. emoticon emoticon

My official start day is August 4th. emoticon In the three weeks between July 15th and then, I picked up a pound on the road, emoticon emoticon not bad for not being in control. I haven't had a cookie emoticon or a bagged chip emoticon for over a month but did eat a donut emoticon Sunday afternoon because DH was being a pain....cutting off my nose to spite my face so to speak.

I got home Monday, put in a grocery order, emoticon picked up some compliant take out and got ready to begin.

This time, I will be keeping it simple. I got some chicken, emoticon beef, emoticon veggies, emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon fruit, emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon nuts, potatoes. emoticon Each meal will be a mix and match emoticon of whatever I am hungry for. My mid day meal is either a small meal or a big snack. Yesterday I had fruit with some raw cashews and almonds. Today I was hungrier and so had a big salad and some shredded pork.

My doc put me on Metamucil.....I am using the unflavored/ no sugar variety of psyllium. I took some before lunch and then really filled up. Trial and error, off we go. I think I'll shoot it down and wait an hour to see if and how hungry I am before choosing lunch.

I made it to 10:30 AM emoticon before eating breakfast both days and ate dinner last night by 7PM emoticon and plan to tonight so a 9:15 IF schedule. I am not hard wired into any fixed plan, would like to stay under 10:14, but fooling my body is something that has worked in the past so I won't tell it my plan ahead of time. emoticon

I blogged here my first Whole30 three years ago and I plan to read a few entries every couple of days to refresh my memory and get some menu ideas when bored.

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