There is only one thing that distinguishes month-long “sugar cleanses,” whole30, and choosing to go gluten free without having celiac disease from eating disorders: marketing.
:( eating whole foods for a month to establish allergies and see how various foods effect your body is far from an eating disorder. But judgement is fun.
Actually, the Whole30 never markets itself as a cleanse or non-sugar. You eliminate certain foods in order to see how your body works/isn’t working. Sometimes people think one thing is bothering them, and it isn’t actually that thing. It’s also only 30 days, it’s a reset—it isn’t claiming to make people “go gluten free” and it certainly never calls itself a cleanse.
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Tumblr mamas: What did you do as the first finger foods for your baby? All I have done so far is a little bread, cheese and banana, but haven’t done anything else. I am wondering if I should be doing some other grains (pasta? rice?) beyond rice cereal, and also trying to figure out proteins to add in to his diet. Or maybe I should just be doing more of his fruits/veggies in finger food form? He definitely knows how to pick stuff up, though it doesn’t always make it in his mouth.
Avocado, orange slices, chicken breast, carrots.
Seriously, remember when I was SO COOL IN COLLEGE?
Hey, remember when I designed a shirt for Julia Allison and she used it and I never got any thanks for that? Funny, right? I even had her number in my phone for the longest time because she needed my design IN AN EMERGENCY SITUATION.
Thinking about Dave and MorganEve. So sad.