Year after year, more and more people discover the Whole30®, and change their lives just by changing the food they put on their plate. To make sure this Whole30 is your best Whole30, we’ve put together an unprecedented number of resources to help you succeed.
Planning and Preparation Are Key
As you’ve heard us say 1,343 times, planning and preparation are the keys to a successful Whole30, whether it’s your first time or your tenth. Here are some of the easy steps you can take to set yourself up for Whole30 success.
Read the Whole30 program rules
You’ll find a summary on http://whole9life.com/whole30 – or, read a much more detailed outline of the program in Chapters 17-19 of It Starts With Food. Familiarize yourself with the rules of the program so you’re not caught unaware by a sneaky ingredient or technicality.
Download our free PDF guides
You’ll find these at the bottom of http://whole9life.com/itstartswithfood. These guides—everything from our “get started” quick guide to the Whole9 shopping list to our original meal planning template—will help you stock your kitchen, create a plan for busy days, and stretch that grocery shopping budget.
Register for our free Whole30 Forum
Sign up at http://forum.whole9life.com. Connect with others doing the program, get support and advice, ask all the questions you want, and allow our awesome members and moderators to give you some much-needed accountability.
Sign up for the Whole30® Daily.
For even more accountability – and personalized tips, strategies, and exercises designed to help you maximize your Whole30 results – register for our Whole30 Daily newsletter service at http://daily.whole9life.com. Receive an email for every day of your program, packed with helpful information, motivation, and fun little “rewards” for making it through another day.
Get Good Food inspired with Nom Nom Paleo
Our friend Michelle (otherwise known as the genius behind Nom Nom Paleo) has rocked two successful Whole30′s… and has compiled a total of 60 days of breakfasts, lunches, and dinners to inspire you during your own Whole30. Check out her first 30 Days of Whole30 summary article and recipe log (from 2012), and her most recent 30 Days article from February 2013.
Stock up for success on Whole30® meals
We’ll warn you up front—you will have days when you’re too tired, cranky, frustrated, or stressed to want to cook a healthy dinner. The lure of take-out Thai, your favorite pizza restaurant, or dinner of microwave popcorn and Chunky Monkey will be tempting. But you are not going out like that!
Are You Prepared For Your Whole30?
Article from : http://daily.whole9life.com