Dear Melissa: My Husband is the Hardest Part of my Whole30

Welcome to Dear Melissa, where I answer your questions about transitioning into or completing a Whole30, successfully sticking to your new healthy habits, and figuring out how to make this lifestyle work in the real world. Today, I’m talking to those of you with an unruly spouse who, despite your best efforts, just doesn’t lend enough support you […]

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Morning Sickness is Cramping My Whole30 Style

The information included in Dear Stephanie posts 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 your prenatal treatment […]

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Whole Mamas Pregnancy Program Preview: Pregnancy Diets

A pregnancy that fits your definition of healthy We’ve had the honor of supporting many mamas in having a pregnancy experience that fits their definition of healthy. We’re so glad our program has helped them feel more educated and empowered. We also have women who join the program because they are planning to become pregnant. […]

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10 Lessons Pregnancy Taught Me

By Stephanie Greunke. Re-posted with permission from rockyourhormones.com. 10 Things Pregnancy Taught Me Pregnancy is a constant reminder of just how incredible our bodies are. We can create and sustain a tiny human. And, we have natural instincts that help us raise and take care of that baby, even with no prior training. If that […]

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Five Questions With: A Meal Planning and Prepping Expert

This post is part of our ongoing “Five Questions With” series, in which we interview a health and wellness expert on their particular area of focus. Today we share information from a meal planning and prep expert. Is there an individual or topic you’d like to see featured in “Five Questions With”? Send us an […]

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Freezer Meal Strategies for New Mamas

By Stephanie Greunke One of my top tips for a smooth transition from pregnancy into motherhood: be prepared with good food. Whether this is your first baby or your fifth, having an action plan for meals during those first few post-delivery weeks is incredibly helpful. It will allow you to spend plenty of well-deserved time bonding with […]

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Developing your Life After #JanuaryWhole30 Strategy

by Stephanie Greunke You completed your #JanuaryWhole30, congrats! Maybe Tiger Blood has convinced you to keep rolling along into a Whole60, maybe you’re celebrating your accomplishment by spending an afternoon with Ben & Jerry, or maybe you’re somewhere in between these two approaches following a structured reintroduction plan. No matter what happens on Day 31 […]

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Pregnancy and Food Aversions

by Melissa Hartwig, who could never handle the smell of bacon cooking during her pregnancy. Re-posted from Whole30.com. When we say, “pregnancy and food,” most people think of the crazy cravings pregnant women report having—pickles and ice cream, salsa and M&Ms, anything and everything doused in lemon and vinegar. (That last one was mine.) But […]

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Advice From a Fertility Preparation Specialist

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 conception, pregnancy, or your prenatal treatment plan. […]

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A #BreastfeedingWhole30 Sample Meal Plan

The information included in Dear Stephanie posts 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 your prenatal treatment […]

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