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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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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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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