But that’s only sometimes. Just like anything worth doing, it takes work, discipline and determination to truly be great. Eating Paleo can be hard because it’s not only eating gluten-free or dairy-free, it’s also eating unprocessed and you avoid things like legumes and soy because of how they irritate your system. The rewards are completely worth it! If you haven’t already, read my success story and consider doing the Whole30.
Today I want to talk about getting back on track with your eating if you let yourself go. I can easily write about this topic because it has been happening to me since Super Bowl Sunday. I ate pizza that day and even though it made me feel gross, it opened the door to making other food compromises. Then there was Valentine’s Day this past week. If I had to recount all the food compromises I’ve made over the past couple weeks, I’d be completely embarrassed!
I could have just cleaned up my eating on my own and continued on but I wanted to share this lapse with you to encourage you that even if you get off track for a while, you can get right back in line with your healthy eating. Yes, it will be difficult. Yes, there will be temptation to overcome once again. BUT it is worth it and it’s what your body deserves.
To get my eating back in order, I’m going to be sharing what I eat with you in each of my posts this week. I will share 7 posts this week so that I can share what I ate for breakfast, lunch and dinner + any snacks. That way, you can also see what a typical week looks like for me
Don’t forget, if you’re trying to get your healthy eating back on track, I’ve shared resources to help you.