Whole30 for the Family on a Budget

During the #SeptemberWhole30, we are providing resources for moms in all seasons. Today we hear from Whole30 Certified Coach Amanda Alley. Amanda’s husband lost his job, and she quickly had to figure out how to sustain their healthy habits on a budget and utilizing resources such as WIC and SNAP (food stamps). Amanda answers some […]

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End of Summer Mocktails for Mama

Summer is on its way out, but we’re not quite ready to let it go! If you’re already deep into the back-to-school hustle, take a minute for yourself and create one of these zero-proof drinks that are Whole30 compliant, delicious, and fun mocktails. Of course, we wouldn’t create a recipe without some nutritional benefits! These […]

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Sustaining your Solo Whole30 + Finding Support

During the #SeptemberWhole30, we are providing resources for moms in all seasons. Today Whole30 Certified Coach Bree Shields. Bree shares in her own words tips for sustaining a solo Whole30, finding support from the Whole30 community, and working your Food Freedom. You can connect with Bree on Instagram. I did 3 Whole30 resets before my […]

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Six Questions About Clean Eating With Kids

During the #SeptemberWhole30, we are providing resources for moms in all seasons. Today we hear from Autumn Michaelis, a Whole30 Certified Coach and mom of 5 boys. She transitioned her whole family to a Whole30-inspired diet in July 2017 (read more on her website). Today she’s answering some commonly asked questions about clean eating with […]

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The Whole Mamas #SeptemberWhole30 Resource Guide

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Hey mama! Chelsea here, Content Coordinator for Whole Mamas. Are you planning to join the #SeptemberWhole30? We have almost 100 women in our private Facebook group committed, and they’re in all stages of the journey! The women in our Healthy Mama, Happy Baby program represent several stages of pregnancy and postpartum:  TTC, pregnant, and breastfeeding. […]

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Kids’ Nutrition: Meeting Nutritional Needs with Whole Foods

by Stephanie Greunke, RD and Whole Mamas Program Manager. This information applies to kids without special needs, medical conditions, or situations where a more individualized or therapeutic-diet applies.The information in this post is for educational purposes only. It is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice. As always, please speak with […]

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Setting Baby Up for Optimal Gut Health

by Stephanie Greunke, RD and Whole Mamas Program Manager. The information 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 […]

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Does My Toddler Need Cow’s Milk?

By Stephanie Greunke, Registered Dietician and co-creator of Healthy Mama, Happy Baby. The information 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 […]

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My Life After Cancer: Allie’s Story

Allie emailed us to share her experience with the Whole30 Do you have a Whole30 story to share? Email us or connect with us on Instagram. Today we’re sharing Allie’s story. After battling cancer while pregnant, delivering a healthy baby boy, and entering remission, she decided to use the Whole30 as a way to start […]

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Seven Books To Read After You Give Birth

by Stephanie Greunke, R.D. and co-creator of the Healthy Mama, Happy Baby program I remember this feeling like it was yesterday, even though my oldest is now almost four—leaving the hospital with my sweet little one in a brand new outfit, buckled the into his brand new car seat (which I spent hours researching) only […]

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