Whole 30: Great Detox – Takes Some Time

Whole 30: Great Detox – Takes Some Time

Sarah and I recently finished the Whole 30 detox which Spoiler Alert is really about a Whole 45 detox. If you are considering taking on this detox here are a few things I would recommend: Plan to take some time cooking. The eating out options are limited. To be honest it made me nervous to eat out because what if I ate something I shouldn’t and had to start over. Make a Menu. Making a weekly menu is a great way to save time, ensure you have food you like and avoid those tempting moments when you would normally just eat a bowl of cereal. Fruits and Veggies are your friend. I had to snack between meals but nuts and fruits and veggies made that really easy. Guacamole is multi-use food. Guacamole served as a spread for meat and veggie roll ups, a salad dressing and a dip. Make your own or grab some from the store. There are several brands that are compliant. Also, before this I didn’t eat Guacamole but I found it really helpful during this process. I will continue to eat it. Coffee Creamer. Sarah and I went through quite a few almond milks, almond creamers, coconut milk, coconut milk and almond milk combos before finding a creamer that was creamy, not gritty and flavorful. Nutpods Dairy Free Creamer Hazelnut. Delicious with a capital D. Since finishing whole 30 we have not gone back to the old creamer. The only draw back is you have to order it online. Support. This is not a detox you want to take on without support. It’s hard, it’s...