If you’re new to our Whole30 community, you might be wondering … Where should I start? Whole30 for All First, the entirety of the Whole30 program and additional resources are available for free on our website. That’s right—you don’t need to buy anything to change your health, habits, and relationship […]
The first thing we’ll say is that we hope you never have to use this information… because if it’s of interest, it means you’re sick, and that’s sucky. The Whole30 can do incredible things for keeping your gut healthy, allergies at bay, and your immune system strong and responsive, but […]
from Whole30 Headmistress Melissa Hartwig, who JUST CAN’T STOP writing books for you If you follow my Instagram Stories, I’ve been hinting at some new book offerings for ages… and today, I finally get to spill the beans. Well, green beans. Because Whole30. I WROTE TWO NEW BOOKS AND THEY’RE […]
It’s almost here… the #SeptemberWhole30, starting on Friday, September 1, 2017. What’s that? Fridays are an awkward day to start a 30-day dietary reset? Well, at least we’ll all be in this together, hashtag no excuses. Plus, there’s no RIGHT day to start a Whole30, and you’ll be really happy […]
We welcome vegetarians to our community, and want you to reap many of the benefits of our healthy-eating plan while still honoring your ethical or religious obligations. In fact, we’ve had a loyal vegetarian and vegan following for many years now, and we created a special section of our Whole30 […]
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.
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 a really big deal; it’s a huge communication effort to share the new information with millions of people worldwide and update all of our books and resources. Here are two new Whole30 rules, effective April 1, 2017.
Here’s a question we hear almost every day: Is the Whole30 safe for a pregnant woman? We asked registered dietitian and women’s health expert Stephanie Greunke for her perspective. Today, she’s answering the question and addressing the four common fears that are often behind it. Her goal is to help you determine how the general principles of the Whole30 program can support your desire to have a healthy, happy pregnancy.
Congratulations, #JanuaryWhole30’er! As of this morning, you’ve successfully completed 30 days of the Whole30 program—no small feat! (Yes, we know the most famous line of the Whole30 is, “This is not hard,” but as we explain in the preface of The Whole30… we knew this would be hard, and we […]
by Whole30 advisor Diana Rodgers, R.D. Hey Whole30’er! Diana here. I’m a registered dietitian, the writer behind the blog Sustainable Dish, and a Whole30 Certified Coach. I’ve guided hundreds of people through the Whole30 program and have learned a thing or two along the way. There are certain behaviors that […]