Today is THE big day, another round of WHOLE30! I am excited for all those that are joining especially because I was told by three individuals that their husbands are on board. How awesome is that? Things are so much easier when you receive support from the home front, but that’s another post all by itself. On to tips and recipes, shall we? You may not be able to implement all of the suggested strategies but find what works for you.
Perhaps you have some tips and recipe you would like to share, please leave a comment below. Remember you can do this!
Products used for Coconut Milk
Products Used for Paleo Mayo
Products used for spiralized vegetable noodles and vegetable chips
As promised, I have uploaded the first of 3 videos for different kitchen gadgets and a few recipe demos for the Whole30. Please visit my youtube channel for the first video. I have created amazon links for all of the products that were featured in the video. Hope this helps…now let’s get to cooking!
3. roaster oven
I had the opportunity to present on the Whole30 program at the Purposely Created Advance last weekend. I was so blessed by the many women who were willing to give the Whole 30 a try. To those that were at the conference, welcome to my blog! As mentioned in my session, I am willing to join you on this journey starting October 1st. You can read my previous posts concerning the Whole 30 here and here. If you are in need of some kitchen tips and recipes you can also visit this previous post and my Whole 30 pinterest board to get more ideas. I also plan to upload some videos to my youtube channel by tomorrow. Please leave a comment to let me know if you have already started the Whole 30 or plan to join the party on October 1st.
I am on day 17 of the Whole30. I am so excited because a few other ladies at my church have decided to
join the party. All those that
have been doing it are reporting great results.
And me? Well eating healthy is not the issue. HOWEVER I find that I do a lot of emotional
eating. I follow the prescribed meal
plan at each meal (protein, veggies, and good fat) and for the most part I am
satisfied until the next meal. But I
find that if my tenacious toddler pushes the right buttons, or I have a lot to do, I am reaching for
something to snack on (a mini escape if you will), EVEN WHEN I AM NOT HUNGRY! Sigh. Always something to commit to prayer, so glad God never gets tired of me. Some of you have asked for recipes, below are a few suggestions. Enjoy!
If you are doing the Whole30, I would love it if you left a comment to let me know how its going.
Today is my first day of the Whole30 program and I am super excited! A few ladies and friends at my church have decided to join me and I am looking forward to all the great testimonials that we will have. If you are still on the fence about joining the challenge, come on, why not? I don’t think you will regret it. If you are feeling a little challenged in the kitchen and need some ideas, visit Here for some great suggestions. Don’t forget to take a before picture and don’t obsess over the scale. As a matter of fact, they recommend that you not step on the scale until the end of the 30 days. It really is not worth obsessing about the number on the scale, focus on how your clothes fit and how you are feeling. I am big on journaling, so if you are up to it, record changes in moods, energy level, emotional connection to foods that you didn’t realize you had over the next 30 days (what triggers eating when you are not really hungry, etc.). I made this yummy super easy crockpot chicken with baked sweet potatoes and roasted veggies today to start the Whole30. I sure hope you jump on the bandwagon!