Most people are familiar with Whole30. It's a popular diet that cuts out all added sugars, alcohol, grains, legumes, dairy and several common food additives for 30 days. Instead, you fill your plate with meat, seafood, eggs, “tons of vegetables,” fruit and healthy fats from oils, nuts and seeds.
How do you know if it's something you should try? And NO, I am not suggesting you start this over the holidays! However, starting in January we will be running a 2nd Annual Whole30 Group (for 6 weeks). If you think you might be interested in doing it with us, read on! I've compiled a list to help you determine if you should consider trying it with us.
You should join us if you:
Think you might be developing food sensitivities.
Need a reset button with your health, your habits or your relationship with food.
Won't use Whole30 as a tool for weight loss. It’s really about how your body feels as it moves throughout the day, rather than the digital readout at the start or end of a day.
Don’t live for Whole30. This is not a lifestyle and it ends after 30 days! It should be used instead as a way to gain a “clean slate,” then adding back in whatever foods make you feel good. It’s a reset button, not a religion.
Want to try it with other people doing the same thing and having one of us as a guide each week
If this sounds like something you would like to try for the first time, or do again, send us an email to be put on our wait list.