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Today we hear from Whole30 Certified Coach, Bree Shields. We have dedicated the month of September to interviewing Whole30 coaches in support of those who are participating in the September Whole30 and to help inspire those who may be interested in doing one in the future. All the Whole30 coaches have unique perspectives and are full of practical tips to help you rock your Whole30. On this episode Bree and Elana chat about doing the Whole30 solo, tips to avoid preparing separate meals for your family, how she finds Whole30 support, and what food freedom means to her plus how she helps clients find their food freedom! Enjoy the listen! We’d love to hear your thoughts on Instagram or Facebook.
- Bree’s story and passion for supporting military families with the Whole30
- Tips for surviving a solo Whole30
- Creating sustainable healthy habits
- How to submerge yourself in the Whole30 community and find support outside of your immediate family
- Tips on working your food freedom
This episode's guest
Bree Shields has an natural energy and enthusiasm for life! Bree combines her artistic background, military experiences, and family and human development studies to pass along tools that aid in life management creating a sense of hope as people find community and begin investing in themselves. Roadblocks may have prevented forward movement but Bree believes Whole30 can allow for sustainable momentum in your life. She creates the space that says all are welcome.
“For so long I thought I would remain in the same place I had always been with my health and that to properly care for the things around me I needed to put myself last.I learned through the help of Whole30 that investing in yourself can have the greatest influence in the life you live.”