- How does it feel to be on Whole30?
- Should you call in sick to work for Whole30?
- Is Whole30 in San Diego?
- What is the Whole30 diet?
- Why do I feel tired on the Whole30 diet?
- Is it normal to have a headache on the Whole30?
- Where can I get Whole30 approved meals?
- What is the Whole30 experience?
- Is kitchfix Chicago Whole30 approved?
How does it feel to be on Whole30?
You’ve spent the last several days or weeks planning and preparing for your program. It feels like everything is all Whole30, all the time, especially if it’s your first program. It can feel like the Whole30 is present in your thoughts, words, or actions every waking minute.
Should you call in sick to work for Whole30?
If you call in sick to work, experience a dramatic downturn in how you feel, or just wonder if what’s happening to you is normal, it’s always a good idea to check in with your doctor. (Ideally, they’ll already know you’re doing the Whole30, because you spoke with them ahead of time.)
Is Whole30 in San Diego?
A few months ago, Whole30 co-founder Melissa Hartwig was chatting with an acquaintance in San Diego who was doing the program for the first time.
What is the Whole30 diet?
A short-term nutrition reset, the Whole30 involves cutting certain foods (sugar, processed foods, grains, dairy, alcohol, and legumes, to name a few) and focusing on others (such as meat, seafood, eggs, veggies, and some fruit) for one month.
Why do I feel tired on the Whole30 diet?
In the first week or so on the Whole30 diet, your body is adjusting, physically and psychologically, which can lead to needing some major down-time. Around day six is when exhaustion and cravings typically hit their hardest, Hartwig says. That’s because your body has been so reliant on using sugar, not fat, for energy.
Is it normal to have a headache on the Whole30?
This is why, when you get a headache, throw up, feel your eyes start to itch, or break out in a rash, the first thing you do is ask us, “Hey, is this normal?” Sometimes, yes. Lots of times, no. Here’s a general guide of what’s normal (ish) and not-at-all-normal when it comes to the Whole30. Is this normal?