Healthier Swaps for Sensory Kids

When working with our pregnant mamas experiencing nausea and food aversions, Stephanie often uses the concept of “lateral shifts.” If you typically avoid gluten because of symptoms it causes, yet you find yourself craving foods with gluten, you might not want to eat that since it will overall not make you feel better. You could […]

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Three Tips When Facing Criticism for Public Breastfeeding

by Kelly Warner, Whole30 Certified Coach and mom of 3. Connect with Kelly on Instagram or her personal website. Kelly shares her public breastfeeding experience in her own words. Find more about her journey on her blog. The World Health Organization (WHO) defines breastfeeding as “the normal way of providing young infants with the nutrients […]

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Dealing with Other People’s Food, Part 2

In part 1, we shared a few strategies for dealing with what your kids eat when they’re away from home. Today, let’s talk about some situations you’re likely to encounter and how to apply your plan in real life. The list of adults who are likely to be offering your kids food is long and varied: […]

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Dealing With Other People’s Food, Part 1

As parents, we do everything we can to keep our kids safe and healthy. We cover them in sunscreen, make them wear their seat belts, and teach them how to cross the street safely. When we make the change to a Whole30-inspired lifestyle, that desire naturally extends to the food that our kids eat. But […]

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Nourishing Myself and My Special Needs Child: Stephanie’s Story

Today we hear from Stephanie Cahill, an oncology nurse and special needs mother to 4-year-old Benjamin. She shares her story and some encouragement about the importance of nourishing yourself and your kids with whole foods while raising a child with special needs. Connect with Stephanie on Instagram or at her blog, cleanerstephanie.com. My Whole30 story […]

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Navigating Halloween Candy as a Whole Mama

Halloween is coming up! Forget the ghosts and ghouls—you may be dreading October 31 because of the challenge of helping your kids make good choices amidst a sea of endless candy. For so many of us, Halloween is a time to connect with friends and neighbors, similar to mama @lindsmeeks on Instagram, who said, “We […]

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8 Recipes to Replenish Nutrient Stores Post-Birth Control

Looking for nourishing recipes to support your preconception health and replenish nutrient stores after getting off the pill? We think that the Whole30 is a fantastic way to optimize your health. It helps to reduce inflammation, fuel you with whole food nutrients, and regulates your blood sugar, which can all help to support fertility. Click […]

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7 Nutrients to Replenish When Coming off the Pill

By Stephanie Greunke, MS, RD 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 regarding conception, pregnancy, or […]

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Dear Melissa: I’m Worried About My Grandkids on the Whole30

Dear Melissa, My son and wife have started your program with great results, and I am happy for them. But recently they decided our grandkids (ages 13, 12, and 4) should be on (the Whole30) too. Not one of these children are overweight in any area; they are all tall and slim. I am really […]

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Navigating Food Freedom as a Mama

Are you coming near the end of a Whole30 and feeling nervous about what comes next? Today we bring you some FAQs regarding food freedom, answered by Whole30 Coach Lindsey Dalton. Lindsey completed her first Whole30 in 2014 and saw non-scale victories such as increased energy, improved digestion, decreased bloating and an overall better relationship […]

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