Whole30 Week 4 {What I ate & How I felt}


Happy Monday!! Today is especially happy for me because I am 28 days into the Whole30 and 2 days away from reintroduction and food freedom!

I have received such an AMAZING response from my Whole30 series so far, and if you’ve missed out on the adventure so far, let me catch you up:

Week 1

Week 2

Week 3

Now that you’re caught up, let’s get into week 4…so, how was it?

Week 4 was the easiest week by far. I’ve honestly had NO sugar cravings, am seriously loving what I eat, and guys…I’m even enjoying my black coffee every morning. I mean, what happened to the girl who used to load up her morning brew with tons of sugary creamer??

If you’re in weeks 1-2 of the Whole30 right now, let me just tell you: IT GETS BETTER. 

What did I eat during week 4?

Day 22- Monday

Breakfast- Granny Smith apple and Justin’s almond butter. Black coffee. (I know I’m missing veggies in a lot of my breakfasts this week, but this meal is my staple when I’m in a hurry!)1-A

Lunch- Blackened chicken, spicy guacamole, and fresh strawberries.


Dinner- More Chipotle! This is a salad bowl with carnitas, salsa, and guacamole. (As far as I know, carnitas is the only Whole30 meat option at Chipotle.)1-C

Day 23- Tuesday

Breakfast-  Scrambled eggs, sauteed mushrooms, cherry tomatoes, and cherries. Coffee with coconut milk.2-A

Lunch- Chicken, avocado, granny smith apple, and Justin’s almond butter. 2-B

Dinner- Beef roast with roasted potatoes and carrots. Salad. (I use red wine vinegar as a dressing.)2-C

Day 24- Wednesday

Breakfast- Sauteed mushrooms and red bell pepper, prosciutto, fried egg, and grapes.3-A

Lunch- Leftover beef roast, with a granny smith apple and Justin’s almond butter. 3-B

Dinner- Taco salad-ground beef over salad with salsa and spicy guacamole.3-C

Day 25- Thursday

Breakfast- Boiled eggs, grapes, and black coffee. (Another “In-a-hurry” breakfast!)4-A

Lunch- Chicken, avocado, carrots, and fresh strawberries. 4-B

Dinner- Ground beef meatballs, roasted potatoes, and salad with kalamata olives.4-C

Day 26- Friday

Breakfast- Prosciutto baked egg cups, fresh strawberries, and black coffee. These are so good and really easy to make!5-A

Lunch/Dinner- Not pictured. Baked chicken and veggies. I was out Friday with family for a late lunch so I didn’t end up being hungry for dinner.


Day 27- Saturday

Breakfast- Gala apple, Justin’s almond butter, green tea. 6-A

Lunch- Steak kabobs, potato, and roasted veggies. 6-B

Dinner- Aidell’s chicken & apple sausage, mushrooms, and cherry tomatoes. Pomegranate seeds.6-C

Day 28- Sunday

Breakfast- Egg with sauteed kale, pepper, onion, and mushrooms. Grapes and black coffee. 7-A

Lunch/Dinner- Another late lunch that ended up being dinner too! This is a salad with carnitas, salsa, and guacamole. My favorite Whole30 “treat” meal!7-BC

And that’s it for week 4! Since I have two days of the program left (yay!) stay tuned for my final results Wednesday!

The Whole30 program is all about “Non-scale victories”, and while those have been amazing, I can’t wait to see what 30 days of not eating sugar, grains, dairy, legumes, etc. is going to have on my weight!

Thanks so much for reading!

Are you thinking about doing the Whole30 or are doing it right now? Follow me on Twitter at: katelyn_blogs so we can motivate each other! 



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