We're adding an exception for peas, which means that sugar snap peas, snow peas, green peas, yellow peas, and split peas are allowed during your Whole30.Announcing a change to the Whole30 Rules: peas are now compatible, including sugar & snap peas, green peas, yellow peas and split peas.
Going forward, botanical extracts (such as vanilla extract, lemon extract, or lavender extract) will be allowed on the program, even if the ingredients contain alcohol.Moving forward, botanical extracts (such as vanilla extract) are compatible with the Whole30 program rules, even if they contain alcohol.
From Whole30 Headmistress Melissa Hartwig Urban, who is literally eating a snack right now One of the most common questions I hear from those new to the Whole30 is about snacking. “I know we’re not supposed to snack… but seriously, can I snack?” Let’s clear up the facts about snacks...Whole30 headmistress Melissa Hartwig Urban dives into our "no snacking" recomendation and clears up misconceptions about snacking and Whole30.
From Whole30 headmistress Melissa Hartwig, who works really hard to make the program both effective and easy to follow: It’s been a long time since I’ve issued any changes to the Whole30 rules; the last was in 2014, when we brought back the white potato. Making a rule change is...
Many of you are just a few short days away from transitioning out of the Whole30 elimination phase into the reintroduction phase. Note we didn’t say “your Whole30 is almost over”—because it’s not. The reintroduction process is critical to your learning experience, so please don’t skip over this part. Seriously.Whole30 Reintroduction—evaulate how foods make you feel in the context of a better relationship with food, improved metabolism & healthier digestive tract.
There is no such thing as the perfect Whole30. We know that, and we hope you know that too. We do encourage you to follow the program 100% by the rules, because any elimination diet needs to be done strictly to be maximally successful. We’re known for being sticklers on...The most commonly confused rules and recommendations related to the Whole30 program, so you'll know exactly what to focus on with 100% dedication.
An update to our original (and wildly popular) Whole30 Timeline article by Whole30’s Robin Strathdee, for those new to the Whole30®, and veterans who simply need a reminder. As with any process that involves personal experience, your results may vary, but it’s my hope that this timeline will give you...An update to our original (and wildly popular) Whole30 Timeline article, for those new to the Whole30®, and veterans who simply need a reminder.
One of the most active sections of our free Whole30 Forum is the “Can I Have…” section. This is where Whole30’ers ask about ingredients that they wish to include as part of their Whole30 program—things like bee pollen, mesquite flour, or pea protein. Sometimes, we wonder if people really want to...Can I Have ... almond flour? Water Kiefer? White potatoes? If you're wondering if a specific ingredient is Whole30 compatible, this is the article for you.
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