My Whole30 Grocery List and Healthy Meal Planning - Saffron Avenue

My Whole30 Grocery List and Healthy Meal Planning

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Nov 13

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  1. Jen Mulligan says:

    OMG! This makes me really want to try the Whole30 diet!! Those recipes look AMAZING!! The Whole30 isn’t really very popular in Australia… is it sort of like the keto diet?

    • Angela S says:

      Hi highly recommend it! And I think it might be just a little more strict than keto, just because you do it for 30 days (not a strict full lifestyle change). But, going on 3 weeks now I’m not hating it or struggling, so that’s a win!

  2. MicheleP says:

    Sweets are not allowed on W30. . .

  3. D. A. says:

    I mean this in the very best of interest. I can be a word geek. So, avocado has two “o’s” not two “a’s”.
    Besides all that, thank you for the planning ideas and the meal suggestions. I am having the hardest time thinking all this through.

  4. Holly says:

    Absolutely stunning photos!!! Everything looks extremely delicious. Lovely, gorgeous food!!! Thank you for inspiring me this morning.

  5. K says:

    Ok, the Whole 30 does not promote things like chia pudding and banana coconut bowls for breakfast. Nor are “sweets”, or recreation of sweets. The meal template is very specific and is the same for every meal-veggies, protein and a plated fat. Fruit is to be eaten very sparingly. It is always great when someone wants a healthier lifestyle, but these items are not allowed on Whole 30. There is so much misinformation out there. It is not a diet, it is an elimination process to find out what foods trigger inflammation in your body. If you don’t follow the rules, you don’t enjoy the full benefits. Just wanted to point that out.

    • Angela says:

      Thanks! I should probably add that I’m not certified in Whole30 and what I followed and posted above did worke great for me (in terms of results, snacking, and finding the foods that affected me). But may not be Whole30 approved ;)

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