Whole30 Day 11: No Appetite

My Journey: Whole30 Day 11

Whole30 day 11 and today I noticed that I really have no appetite. I sometimes forget to eat and have to remind myself to eat. Who forgets to eat? I really enjoy the food choices that I am making and I am very satisfied with my meals. I also noticed that I stay full longer and I just don’t think about food like I used to but my eyes are definitely bigger than my stomach, my head is filled with recipes and food I want to try and my fridge is overloaded with food.

whole30 day 11 shrimp

Speaking of new recipes, one of my co-workers made something similar to this shrimp dish but I made up my own recipe. I sautéed the shrimp in ghee and seasoned it with salt, pepper, onion powder and smoke paprika and removed it from the pan. Then I sautéed cubed sweet potatoes and onions in the pan and added a little olive oil. Then I used my Pampered Chef Julienne peeler and made zucchini “noodles” that I sautéed with the sweet potatoes and onions. {Note to self: zucchini noodles get soggy fast so a couple of minutes in the pan is ok.}

My Whole30 Day 11 Food {Menu of the Day}

Breakfast:

Lunch:

  • vegetable frittata with chorizo sausage
  • coconut Larabar

Dinner:

  • Garlic zucchini noodles with sautéed onions, sweet potatoes and shrimp {this was awesome}

My Whole30 Fitness {Fitbit Steps}

Today I logged 4,500 steps and I made sure I got up from my desk all day long. I even too the long way to the bathroom which is an extra 80 steps and I parked far away for even more extra steps. I am thinking my weekday goal should be 5,000 and my weekend goal should be 10,000. {At least until the weather improves.}

My Whole30 Feelings {motivated}

According to the Whole30 timeline days 10 & 11 are the hardest days when someone is most likely to quit. I have to say I am feeling great and I am more motivated than before. I have no doubt that I will get to the finish line and will probably continue with another 30 days. Time will tell.

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4 comments

  1. Sarah says:

    Your zucchini noodles look DELISH – I would totally make them! I usually do spaghetti squash, but the zucchini would be a great change of pace. 🙂 I’d have to switch out the shrimp for chicken, but that would be easy enough to do. And good job on all your steps!! 😀

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