Whole 30 Resources Are Available Free

Several people I know in real life have expressed an interest in the Whole 30 since I have been going on about it, but don't have the funds to buy the book right now.  That is not a problem. Unlike most diet and eating plans, all that you need is available free.

The best place to start might be with the details of The Whole 30 Program. Then take a look at The Quick Start Guide followed by the Shopping List (there is also a vegetarian version) and a general guide on doing your Grocery Shopping and Pantry Stocking.

The program requires you to eat 3 meals a day and to not snack between meals. Each meal should be made up of a protein, a fat and lots of veg, and occasionally a serve of fruit. The Meal Planning Guide will help you get started. The book It Starts With Food does have quite an extensive "Meal Map" in it, which I believe does make it worth the purchase when you can afford it. There is a little bit of info about the Meal Map here. Alternatively you can just check out some of my Whole 30 Recipes. If you do a search for Whole 30 Recipes on the internet, you will also find heaps more ideas.

The Whole 9 Blog is also really useful, and recent post The Official "Can I have... guide to the Whole 30 will be particularly helpful.

There is also a Forum which is available free, you just have to become a member (which is free).

If you feel you need further help, you can sign up for the Whole30 Daily which does have a fee attached. I didn't use that last time, but I am going to sign up this time, partly to see what it has to offer, and also because I am hoping it will add to my learning experience and help me to stay on track.

Hello, and thanks for stopping by. My name is Emma and I am a lifestyle entrepreneur, writer, teacher, coach and mentor. I am passionate about eating real food, learning, travel and health. I get to spend my days with my amazing son who has chosen to learn from the world rather than at school. We write to share the life we love and to help others create a life they love too.

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