3 Tips for Talking to Your Kids About the Whole30

By Amy Hester, Whole30 Certified Coach, who knows a thing or two about talking to her kids about the Whole30 “Mom! You’re doing a Whole-what?!” If the Whole30 has changed your life and relationship with food, of course you want to share it with your family. It can be a tough sell to get your […]

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Preparing Your Whole30 Picnic

By Judith Forman, Whole30 Certified Coach Judith is a busy single, working mama to her 6-year old daughter, and a Whole30 Certified Coach on the side. Today she shares some ideas on preparing your Whole30 picnic. You can connect with Judith on her blog or on Instagram. It was a long winter here in Boston. Now that […]

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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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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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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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