The #SeptemberWhole30 is almost over; if you started on our “official” start date of September 3, you’ll complete Day 30 tomorrow. A quick timeout to say: YAY! We are so proud of you. We are continually impressed by and proud of the members of community, and we can’t wait to […]
A Note from Whole30 CEO Melissa Hartwig: This week we’re thrilled to launch Whole Mamas, a community-inspired online roadmap to help women and their support systems navigate the entire journey of motherhood, from a Whole30 perspective. Whole Mamas provides blogs, podcasts, live chats, and resources to support mamas in every […]
This question comes up all the time—“I ate something off-plan during my Whole30. Do I really need to start over?” Today, we’ll tackle the nuances of this question, and throw in a little of that famous Whole30 tough love. The Whole30 program does require 30 days straight of 100% compliance, but if “because we said so” doesn’t suffice, we have four other reasons why we want to stick to your Whole30 with no slips, no cheats, and no special occasions.
The Whole30 has been around since July 2009, and we’ve read hundreds of thousands of glowing testimonials via email and on social media. We’ve proven the program truly can reset your health, habits, and relationship, and the vast majority (88%, according to a 2016 survey of nearly 8,000 Whole30’ers) report the […]
If I had to describe “food freedom” in one sentence, it’s this: Food freedom is feeling in control of the food that you eat, instead of food controlling you. Food freedom is about indulging when it’s worth it, passing when it isn’t, and never feeling guilt or shame for doing either. It’s about taking the morality out of food, and recognizing you are not a “good” or “bad” person based on what’s your plate. True food freedom means you never again feel powerless over food.
Today is the day. The Whole30 Fast & Easy Cookbook and The Whole30 Day By Day are available today in the U.S. or Canada, wherever books are sold! Two BRAND NEW #Whole30 books released today! #januarywhole30 #holidayseason Click To Tweet Here at Whole30 HQ, we’ve been waiting for months to […]
Some pre-holiday “food” for thought from Whole30’s own Melissa Hartwig: ‘Tis the season… of gift-guides, braving the malls, internet shopping, and wondering what you get the people in your life who already have everything they need. Check out Melissa’s Holiday Gift Guide, and remember, celebrating the season isn’t about what you unwrap… it’s about sharing gratitude, love, and joy with those you love.
This is the third post in a series from Bailey Ryan of wholekitchensink.com. Bailey is a Whole30’er who changed her life and experienced tons of non-scale victories (and significant weight loss), all while working 12-hour, overnight nursing shifts. In this series, she’ll share her story and the strategies that helped […]
This is the second post in a series from Bailey Ryan of wholekitchensink.com. Bailey is a Whole30’er who changed her life and experienced tons of non-scale victories (and significant weight loss), all while working 12-hour, overnight nursing shifts. In this series, she’ll share her story and the strategies that helped […]
By Shanna Keller, who enthusiastically eats an egg-free Whole30 breakfast hash almost every morning. When I was preparing for my first Whole30, there were two challenges that seemed nearly insurmountable. The first was not having half-and-half in my morning coffee.* The second was eating breakfast. Every day. Following the Whole30 meal template, which meant I would ideally include a protein, veggies, and a healthy fat on my breakfast plate. The idea was so overwhelming that I nearly scrapped my Whole30 plans entirely.