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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It’s Just A Phase: A Guide To Your Kid’s Good Food Transition

by Robin Strathdee. Originally posted on Whole30.com. When last we chatted about your kiddos, we talked about three different strategies for implementing a Good Food policy in your kitchen. Today, we’re gonna talk about what to expect once you begin to make those changes. Kids undergo the same anxieties and discomforts as we adults do […]

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Dear Stephanie: Is it Safe to Whole30 During My Pregnancy?

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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How to be a Healthy Mama and Get the Support You Deserve

by Stephanie Greunke, a registered dietitian who second-guessed everything during her own pregnancy. My pregnancy experience As a Registered Dietitian who specializes in pregnancy and post-partum health, I thought it would be easy for me to create and follow the “perfect plan” during my own pregnancy. I quickly discovered this wasn’t the case. Turns out, […]

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How to be a Healthy Mama and Grow a Healthy Baby

  by Melissa Hartwig, who ate at least three bagels during her pregnancy (the gluten-y kind) and her kid turned out JUST FINE. My pregnancy experience My son is 2-1/2, so I still remember my pregnancy well. Do you know how I spent most of it? Buried in books, online message boards, and pregnancy-related websites. So […]

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Dear Melissa: Grandparents Behaving Badly

Dear Melissa, My husband and I just finished a Whole30 and loved it! We lost cravings, bloat, aches, pains, inches, and a few pounds. We still have one huge obstacle that we can’t quite overcome. Our kids (12 and 10) are both obese, but will not get on the program. At our house Whole30 food […]

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Flying Solo: Doing the Whole30 Without Family Support

One of the most common obstacles we hear from potential (or even repeat) Whole30’ers is that their significant other (and/or other family member) isn’t on board with the lifestyle. Having a partner, roommate, or family member unwilling to join you in this lifestyle change can leave you feeling misunderstood, unsupported, and defeated before you even […]

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Whole30 Success Story: Meet 16-year-old Katie S.

When we heard Katie’s story, we knew we had to share it. Her passion and enthusiasm shine through in her words. Her honesty will break your heart. We fell in love with this brave, tenacious, bubbly teen, and we know that her story will inspire those of you still in junior high or high school […]

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A is for Awareness: Helping Your Kids Connect Food and Behavior

As outlined in It Starts With Food, the Whole30 has two parts: elimination and reintroduction. First, you completely eliminate potentially problematic foods for a full 30 days. Then, you reintroduce those foods and observe how they affect your digestion, energy, sleep, mood, skin, medical symptoms, and general health. You’ll begin to see just how food […]

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