A Sample Whole 30 Menu for Whole 30 program followers or those wishing to kick start a clean-eating lifestyle!
Who’s ready for a reset?? I know I need to reignite some healthy habits, so I will be following the Whole30 plan before the holidays arrive! My goal over the next 30 days is not to be perfect, but to gain control of some bad habits (umm Pizza and Chocolate!) and hopefully feel better overall.
Chances are you have heard about the Whole 30 or know someone who has tried it. If you are even slightly intrigued by the concept, I highly recommend checking out the book The Whole 30: The 30 Day Guide to Total Health and Food Freedom. Huge disclaimer: It’s not for everyone and it’s definitely not easy! But if you struggle with feeling tired all the time, have regular digestive issues you can’t pinpoint, are pre-diabetic, or just need a “reset”, then it is a worthy read. The Whole30 concept aims to eat only clean, unprocessed foods for 30 days, much like a Paleo diet. After the 30 days are up, certain foods are slowly reintroduced in order to determine their true effect on your system.
The following sample menu is for anyone who wants to eat healthier, regardless if you choose to follow the Whole 30 plan. I have two kids, so everything here is family-friendly and simple to make. You will be eating delicious meals like Rosemary Dijon Turkey Kabobs, Buffalo Chicken Lettuce Wraps, Chicken Sausage Frittata Muffins, and Butternut Squash Bisque. In addition to the menu, I have included a shopping list, and prep instructions and techniques. I hope you find it helpful!
Click here to download the sample-whole-30-weekly-menu
**Note: The plan recommends a large portion of veggies with each meal. Add accordingly to the suggested menu.
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