If you’ve been following along… you know what happened to me last night. Mmmm mmmm mmmmmm. Shanghai noodles topped with chicken and a side of spring rolls. That’s what happened. Now, despite eating clean for a month, I actually didn’t have any negative repercussions take me down for diving off into the deep end. My body handled it just fine and I didn’t get sick. I did, however feel not just full, but heavy. It was like there was a ceramic bowl in my tummy after eating… or a cast-iron frying pan. I prefer the lightness of eating raw, to say the least.
As much as I love cooked food, I don’t think I can quite go back to the way things were before this challenge. I felt too good eating raw to just let that fall to the wayside. That being said, I do fully intend on eating a raw breakfast and lunch on most days, but will be having cooked meals for supper. Hopefully, in this way, I’ll have a nice balance of two things I enjoy a lot. Sort of like having it all, right?
So, that’s it for The Raw 30. Don’t get down in the dumps, though, because I’ll be back at it with a new challenge starting March 2nd.