Chosen or biological, multi-generational, small and intimate, big and rowdy, immediate, extended and all other beautiful origins and varieties—we want to
support your family, no matter what it looks like. Whether you’re wondering if the Whole30 can support your preconception health, trying to convince your teen to try kale, or hoping to get your partner or family member onboard with the Whole30 program, our resources are created just for you.
Whole30 Support for Families
Recipes and resources to help you navigate the January Whole30
Whole30 Coach Autumn shares answers to 6 FAQs about how she transitioned her kids from the standard American diet to a Whole30-inspired style of eating.READ
Our @whole30recipes Instagram feed brings you delicious, Whole30 compatible 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 hour rolls around you don’t […]READ
The information included in this post is for educational purposes only. It is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Always consult your healthcare provider to determine the appropriateness of the information for your own situation, or if you have any questions regarding your treatment plan. By Stephanie Greunke, Whole30 […]READ
by Whole30 Certified Coach Abby Arey One of my clients recently asked me for a list of Whole30 date night ideas that don’t involve going out to dinner. As I thought about it, I realized I needed that list as much as she did! Depending on where you live, dining out during your Whole30 can […]READ
Welcome to Dear Melissa, where I answer your questions about transitioning into or completing a Whole30, successfully sticking to your new Food Freedom habits, and figuring out how to make this lifestyle work in the real world. Today, we’re helping a woman having a hard time navigating mealtime around her Whole30 and her family’s non-participation. Dear Melissa, Any […]READ
5 Ingredients or Less
Explore our exclusive 5-Ingredient recipe collection, designed to help you plan tasty, fun, Whole30-inspired meals that the entire family can enjoy.
Supporting You Through Every Season
Our best articles to support the mental, physical, and emotional health of every member of your family, from nutrition to self-care and beyond.
By Meghan Fitzgerald of Tinkergarten There is so much uncertainty this fall and the upcoming school year. With all the different school schedules and policies being implemented, it’s difficult to anticipate what’s to come and even harder to know how to best prepare your family. If someone had told me in March that I’d spend […]READ
By Whole30 Certified Coach Victoria Singer So, you want to do the Whole30, but it sounds like WAY more work than you can handle in addition to managing your chronic pain, disability or other disorder? You’re not alone. In fact, I felt the exact same way when my friend Amy encouraged me to do a […]READ
This post is sponsored by Applegate. Click here to see the entire Whole30 Approved collection at Applegate and to download a coupon for $1 off any Applegate® product. by Stephanie Greunke, RD. Ready for a break in the kitchen? After making 3+ meals a day for months now (due to stay-at-home orders), I know that […]READ
Whole30 Inspired Eating for The Whole Family
Mealtimes can be stressful, especially when you’re trying to make healthy choices for your kids and meet resistance. Here are our best tips for fewer mealtime battles.
Registered Dietitan Stephanie explains how you can meet your child’s nutritional needs with a whole foods-based approach.READ
Many seasoned Whole30’ers tell us that a meal planning and meal prep routine are keys to sustaining their new healthy habits in their life after Whole30. In our new #MyMealPrepMethod series Whole30 alumni, Whole30 Certified Coaches, recipe creatives, cookbook authors and other friends of Whole30 explain how they fit meal planning and meal prep into […]READ
Dear Melissa, Any advice on how to get semi-adult children to buy into the Whole30 (or at least whole foods over junk)? I didn’t set the best foundation for them, but I learned from my multiple Whole30s and have tried to model that when they are home (ignoring the eye-rolling). Can I reinvent good nutritional influence this […]READ