Whole30 Food Journal ~ Mon., Jan. 16

by Angie Anew on January 16, 2012

I’ve crossed the halfway point in my Whole 30 journey! In today’s food journal entry, you’ll see some repeats. The green smoothies have become a regular part of my morning routine. Lunch featured a hearty portion of the Thai chicken soup I made yesterday. (Recipe coming soon!) And dinner provided an opportunity to use the remaining pineapple mango salsa in my refrigerator. (All good stuff, so I’m not complaining about the repetition.)

I hope you enjoy today’s peek at my Whole30 food diary. I’m only keeping this up for a week. Pausing to photograph every meal before eating it becomes annoying fast — especially when you’re hungry!

Whole 30 Breakfast 3

Monday breakfast: Poached eggs with salsa (no sugar added); chicken sausage; tomatoes; green smoothie (1 clementine, two frozen strawberries, small chunk of banana, two large green kale leaves, unsweetened coconut milk, kombucha); black coffee.

Whole 30 Lunch 3

Monday lunch: Thai chicken soup (taken from the big batch I made yesterday); green apples with unsweetened Sunbutter; water.

Whole 30 Dinner 3

Monday dinner: Salmon topped with the last of the pineapple mango salsa; green beans sautéed with tomatoes and garlic; zucchini; dried mango (for dessert . . . I know); water.

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Jen McDade January 17, 2012 at 2:47 PM

This looks delicious! Way to go on crossing the halfway point! That is a milestone! You rock!

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Angie Anew January 18, 2012 at 12:52 AM

Thanks, Jen!

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emily (a nutritionist eats) January 18, 2012 at 2:38 AM

I like learning more about this Whole30 thing – I have a friend who is doing it! Food looks WONDERFUL!

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Angie Anew January 18, 2012 at 3:13 AM

Thanks Emily! I have to say, I feel GREAT eating these foods. I couldn’t be this strict forever. (Give up wine and chocolate entirely? No!) But this has been a good kick-start to a healthier way of eating.

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