Shopping for Whole30 compatible foods can be tricky if you’re just starting with the program. And with thousands of products lining the shelves, it’s hard to know where to start. You know to stock up on your basics like fruit, vegetables, and meat, but you also understand that seasonings, sauces,...Trader Joe’s is a Whole30 shopping favorite. Check out our Whole30 Trader Joe’s shopping list and save time looking for compatible products.
Food boundaries aren’t just about food Since 2009 (the earliest days of Whole30), I’ve spent a lot of time helping people say no to breakroom donuts, a slice of cake at the birthday party, and a glass of wine at happy hour as a means of honoring their Whole30 commitment....Learn from boundary expert and extraordinaire Melissa Urban how to set boundaries around food, alcohol, and table talk.
I was recently browsing online for an alteration shop. I bought a jumpsuit for my book tour, and while it fit like a dream, the sleeves were decidedly strange—but easily adjusted in the hands of a tailor. I came across a highly-rated shop just a few miles away and clicked...Discover Melissa Urban's perspective on Whole30's diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts in content collaboration.
When you think about it, the Whole30 is actually a master class in how to set boundaries. You say no a lot during those 30 days—to the break room donuts, your mom’s lasagna, or the glass of wine at happy hour. During the program, you can always fall back on...Pick from six podcasts with Melissa Urban about how to set boundaries. Learn to set limits from the author of The Book of Boundaries.
By Autumn Michaelis, author of Whole Food for Your Family Can I eat Whole30 on a budget? This is a question I get a LOT. And the answer is YES: you can be successful even if you don’t have access to specialty natural food stores or convenience products. I know...Want to save money on your Whole30 meals? Here are five tips for Whole30 on a budget, from Whole30 Coach and cookbook author Autumn Michaelis.
We are always evaluating the Whole30 rules against the current science, our clinical experience, and our learnings. Today I have a wonderful announcement—a rule change that ties together not only the current science and historical learnings, but our diversity, equity, and inclusion values: Whole30 will no longer rule out MSG...A Whole30 rule change that ties together current science, historical learnings, and our DEI values. MSG is okay on the Whole30.