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Whole30 Day 8: November 2013

Day 8. Over a week in. Just had the most satisfying breakfast:
Cooked in ghee(clarified butter.) did crossfit last night and although I prefer the morning class, it was still awesome. Also portioned out cake for the girls(my favorite kind) and do not feel crappy about not having any. Didn't miss out on anything. Didn't need it. It was hard not to kick the bowl AT THE TIME. And I do wish they had a healthier food but I am making progress ;)
Also, I'm super tired today, which was supposed to be a symptom at some point towards the beginning of the program so I'm not worried. I even slept in today....
Also, acid reflux sucks. Cooking my veggies for a bit...

Eats:



I'm so excited I found some whole30 condiments and snacks over the weekend.
Some of these things I already used, but most are new toys. The things I already used are things I love anyway. This whole30 thing is really in my favor ;)
I sure do miss my Ben&Jerrys but I can't tell you how amazing a larabar tastes after a hard workout. 


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