The holiday season has come and gone. It’s time to get eating habits back on track again! Starting February 2nd (the day after the Super Bowl) I challenge you to join me in completing the Whole30.
What is the Whole30? 30 days of real food. No sugar. No grains. No alcohol. No dairy. No Legumes. Just real, whole foods. Eating this way for 30 days is a great way to build healthy eating habits and allow our bodies to run the way they are supposed to. At the end of the 30 days, we will slowly reintroduce some of the “no-no” foods mentioned above which will allow you to know what your body can and cannot digest.
Last year my husband and I completed the Whole30 following the Super Bowl and we both were thrilled with the results. We felt better over all and noticed a difference physically as well. As time went on, some of our new clean eating habits faded a bit. Being pregnant certainly did not help the cause. Now that the baby is here it’s time to get back on track.
My goal is to make it as easy as possible for you. I will be posting weekly menus that my family will be following along with links to the recipes. This will take a guessing game out of the challenge for you. Together we will be successful! I promise you will eat lots of delicious food and will not go hungry!
Below is the first week’s menu with information on what to prepare ahead of time. Feel free to switch meals around. This is just a guide! If one of the meals doesn’t sound up your alley, check out Pinterest for some Whole30 meals. It’s a great resource! And as a reminder, be sure you check your labels to make sure your food is Whole30 compliant!
To learn more about the Whole30 and the rules of the challenge, check out the posts below:
Taking on the Whole30 Challenge
Whole 30: Mission Complete – 7 Tips and Take Aways
I am really looking forward to completing another Whole30 and hope that you will join me on this journey. Comment below to let me know if you are taking the challenge! If you have any questions, let me know!