by Sarah Ramsden, a personal coach who specializes in helping people navigate big life changes. This post is part of our ongoing series of posts related to life after your Whole30. If you’d like to submit a post for consideration, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. A favorite non-scale victory for many Whole30’ers is […]
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Melissa Hartwig and the Whole30 team are gearing up for Paleo f(x), the premier wellness event covering health, nutrition, fitness, sustainability, and everything in between. The event is happening in Austin, TX this Friday through Sunday, May 27-29, 2016. If you’re planning to attend, act fast: tickets are nearly sold out. […]
This post is part of our ongoing Whole30 success stories series. To submit your own Whole30 success story, contact email@example.com. As the Whole30 community continues to grow and spread worldwide, we’ve been receiving stories from people all over the world who are changing their health, habits and relationship with food […]
Whole30 has partnered with Whole Foods Market in Colorado, Idaho, Utah, New Mexico, and Kansas! We couldn’t be more excited about this new Rocky Mountain-region partnership, designed to make preparing for and succeeding with your next Whole30 easier than ever. Whole30 headmistress Melissa Hartwig has been working with Whole Foods management for more than six months to roll this partnership out.
Today we’re introducing you to our newest Whole30 Approved partner, New Barn. Their Unsweetened (in the green bottle) is the first-ever Whole30 Approved almond milk, and we’re pretty darn excited about it. From Whole30 headmistress Melissa Hartwig: I’ve spent lots of time talking with (New Barn founder) Tedd Robb and […]
Our @whole30recipes Instagram feed brings you delicious, Whole30 compliant recipes all day, every day. And, in our series, The Best of @Whole30Recipes, we bring our favorites to the blog. Trust us on this one: you cannot just “wing it” when it comes to lunches on your Whole30. When the lunch […]
Due to added sugar, artificial sweeteners, or sugar alcohols like xylitol, gum and mints are out for your Whole30 – but that doesn’t mean you have to arrive at your after-lunch meeting with the scent of beef stew on your breath. Our nine favorite strategies are below, ranging from common sense ideas to Whole30-compliant fresh breath products we love. So don’t be afraid to get up close and personal with your gym buddy, airplane seat-mate, or even on a first date; we’ve got you covered.
Part 1 of this Whole30 summer meal series comes from Maria Barton of MariaMakes.com. If you’d like to submit a recipe, helpful tip, testimonial, or Whole30 article for consideration, email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Summer is just around the corner, and that means turning off the oven and firing up the […]
Can you do Whole30 for the rest of your life? This is one of the most popular questions we receive, and one of the most important topics to fully understand as you take what you learn during a Whole30 reset and turn it into a sustainable lifestyle. Read Melissa’s two-part answer on the blog.