I did it!!!! I survived 30 days without sugar, carbs and dairy!!!It was hard, but I did it. Cutting carbs and dairy was way easier then cutting out sugar. Sugar is in everything! In my opinion it’s in things it shouldn’t even be in.
Thanks to Whole 30 I’ve reduced stomach inflammation, lost some weight and feel better overall.
The #1 thing I did through out my Whole 30 journey was seek recipes my family and I would enjoy eating together. As sitting down for dinner is a big part of our household.
Thanks to this program I’ve made some really yummy recipes these past few weeks. Here are some of my favorites from each week.
Spinach, mushroom and tomato frittata Combine 6 eggs, veggies of your choice, salt and pepper in a bowl. Pour into greased pan at 400 for 25 minutes.
Sweet Potato Zoodle Scramble Spiral sweet potato and egg in a pan until cooked.
Crispy baked chicken with roasted cauliflower ricehttps://www.jaysbakingmecrazy.com/2016/01/21/paleo-whole30-chicken-tenders/
Homemade Ranch https://www.whole-sisters.com/dump-ranch/
No fuss salmon cakes with avocado salsa and roasted butternut squash zoodles.(pg 346)
Sweet Potato Chicken Poppers, Oven Fries and Roasted Mushroomshttp://unboundwellness.com/sweet-potato-chicken-poppers-paleo-aip-whole-30/
Baked Chicken Fajita
I brought this dish to a potluck tonight. It was easy to make and everyone seemed to like it.http://www.geniuskitchen.com/recipe/baked-chicken-fajitas-190951#activity-feed
Zoodles and meat sauceBreakfast potatoes with sauted onion and fried eggRoasted broccoli and pineapple firecracker chickenCarrot noodles and almond crusted chicken cutletsWeek 4 Sweet potato waffle sandwich with a fried egg and avocadoBBQ Brisket Tarragon Chicken with mushroom cream sauce Whole Roasted Spiced Cauliflower Thank you Whole 30 for opening my eyes (again) to what truly makes my tummy feel best. Now that I’ve completed my journey I’ve decided to eat the paleo method. It would be silly not to.