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No smoking. We mean weed too. No grains. Time to empty your jar of quinoa. No beans or legumes.
No chickpeas, no peanut butter. No soy.
Tofu is a goner. No dairy.
Cheese is dairy, guys. No processed additives.
Carrageenan, sulfites, MSG. No fake treats with Wholeapproved ingredients. This rule is all about building a healthier relationship with your food, and we think it actually works. You got this. Weight loss. Health conditions may improve.
Digestive problems resolved. We can finally poop twice a day! Skin is clearer. No more teen acne in our 30s. Energy levels are through the roof. What third cup of coffee? An entirely new list of tasty recipes. Transformed taste buds.
Cravings for pizza subside faster these days. More effective workouts.
Improved sleep. We had the energy to wake up for said run.
Discovered what foods make us feel like crap. Of course, sliding into your usually-too-tight jeans on week three feels pretty damn good, but Hartwig wants the focus to be on feeling better overall; weight loss is the cherry on top.
Why 30 Days? Why not 27 or 43? Follow the Rules No cheating, kids.
Hartwig emphasizes the importance of sticking to this plan with zero slip-ups, so you give your body the complete break from not-so-healthy food it deserves.
If life happens and a glass of wine or a piece of bread gets in the way, Hartwig recommends starting over.
It may also be my sanity leaving my body—I had zero energy whatsoever. Didn't cook, didn't grocery shop, didn't clean house, didn't do much but lay on my side and read some Thackeray and go see Star Wars for the third time. Fun fact: Honest Kids is a brand whose products I can generally eat on Whole Another fun fact: Most grocery stores' delis sell pre-baked whole chickens.
Guess what I ate all weekend, with bagged salad? Monday rolled around, and I think my energy came back in the form of pure, un-distilled rage. Every little irritation felt amplified, every wrench in a socket derailed me completely.
I think it's coming home how much I've relied on unhealthy eating or a glass or Over a week in without any security blankets and I'm feeling very raw around the edges. This is supposed to pass. I've had a sort of inkling about the right way to do this for a long time, but this version comes out perfect absolutely every single time. To wit: boil a small amount of water—just enough to cover eggs—to a rolling boil.
Put eggs in the water, time for 9 minutes exactly. Remove from heat, put eggs in ice bath for 5 minutes. Peel under running cold water. Second, my mood is very slowly improving.
Third, today's catered lunch had something I could eat!!! Absolutely delicious chicken breasts with caramelized onions that were so soft and sweet they were almost a sauce. I am far too impatient to properly caramelize onions at home, so I appreciate them done well elsewhere. Andres and I are going out of town this weekend for a couple nights, and while I can pack hard boiled eggs and plenty of snacks, it may end up being a challenge to find meals consistently that we can eat.
Wish us luck.