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Whole30 Day 14: November 2013

Two weeks in. Half way. Kinda. Almost.
Regardless, I'm doing well. Feeling well that is. Kind of bored with meals due to low funds and time. But my body is reaping benefits. I may be speaking too soon but my pull towards sweet is suddenly lessened. I know I like them and I want them kind of. But I'm okay with not having them. I'm opting out of having them. I woke up pretty happy about my skin. Partially disappointed that I will have to keep sugar out of my diet for a clear skin tone but stoked I might have found a culprit. 
No breakfast picture. My dog seems to be interfering with my time schedule. He's off schedule and wants everyone on his time..... I, apparently, was meant to have a mild mannered, old dog. Sigh. 
Anyway, I made a frittata over the weekend with broccoli, leftover carnitas, onion and of course egg. Had a slice this am, coffee with coconut milk and a little strawberry and banana. 
Snack time:
Hadn't had one of these in weeks. So much yum. 

Leftover chicken with chopped up veggies and a scrambled egg - side of riced cauliflower all with coconut aminos cooked in and sesame seed oil drizzled as on top as a finisher. Basically a healthy version of the random foods your local Chinese buffet throws together :p
My work out was better today. Not a pro but I had no trouble pushing through. My PWO snack was another baby food pouch. Yay! 
I really want a giant grass fed burger. And I miss bread way more than I thought I would. I thought it would be the easiest since I rarely ever had it anyway. 






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