Forgetti Spaghetti

Leaving it all behind and taking strides toward a healthy life.


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I’ve joined forces with my mother, a wellness director, and moved this blog over to ForgettiSpaghetti.com.  Come join us there!  Follow the blog, leave a comment, and be well!  Thanks for following this blog and I hope you will continue to do so there!

Kate


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Day 2 21 DSD

I wanted to post something today because I have noticed a HUGE difference between days 1 and 2 of the Whole30 plan and 21DSD. I’m not craving anything! In fact, my biggest complaint is feeling lightheaded, which is probably because I haven’t eaten enough today.

Here’s what I made today:

Avocado chocolate pudding, cold pork roast, and green peppers for lunch, rosemary crackers, my very first original recipe for coconut chocolate banana muffins, and I’m headed to the kitchen after posting this to rice a ton of cauliflower. I have no idea how much to rice, or how it translates…I love experiments! Both days without grains, legumes, and sugar have left me feeling way more energetic, clear headed, and tired at the right time for sleeping. I did not expect things to improve so quickly, and I seriously can not wait for weeks two and three. I’m loving the challenge of finding recipes for meals and baking that don’t have any added sweeteners. Bananas are my best friend. I’m trying to get along with eggs too, but I have a hard time eating them every morning. I also have a hard time eating a regular meal, like steak or something, first thing in the morning. I like to drink a cup of coffee and eat something yummy! Oh, and speaking of coffee, I also made a mocha frappuccino for JD and I, and when that made me really cold, I made my own creamer. I guess I should post links to the stuff I’m making, and post my originals too.

I know it is nothing new to share a journey of sugar detoxing online. There are tons of blogs out there that do this, but you know….the reason for posting is more of an accountability and support thing. I want to find other people who are doing this successfully. It’s motivating. I hope I can help motivate others as well!