A Whole30 Meal Plan – quick and easy weight loss technique! This is absolutely magnificent for kicking off your meal prep, holiday planning and more! EASY, HEALTHY & DELICIOUS.
The Whole 30 Meal Plan includes breakfast, lunch, dinner and side dishes!
So, guys if you’re looking for a new plan to kickstart your weight loss journey, there’s no better place to start than with the Whole30 program.
This 30-day clean eating program cuts out sugar, alcohol, dairy, legumes, and grains from your diet to renew your body.
Though the program is not precisely designed as a weight-loss diet, most users do find themselves losing a bit of weight when they cut back on problem area foods.
As you’ll see in this Whole30 meal plan, there’s not a lot of added calories but that doesn’t mean that we skimp on flavor!
Whole30 is a meal plan designed specifically to include more whole foods into your diet.
The plan lasts for 30 days, and once it’s complete, its makers recommend slowly introducing rejected items back into your diet, one at a time.
Here the goal is to understand what sensitivities you might have with certain foods.
Whole30 is a 30-day clean-eating plan developed in order to clean up your eating habits by taking off foods from your plate that might be having a negative impact on your health.
I am talking about the foods that are super hard to give up: grains, dairy, alcohol, sugar, dairy and legumes.
Committing to the Whole30 is breaking up with the carb-fueled diet, dessert-every-night, booze-filled that many of you’ve been following for the past month, and instead, swiping right for clean vegetables and proteins.
Oh, I forgot to mention black coffee! There’re also a few ridiculously good store-bought foods like clarified butter and coconut aminos that are Whole30 approved and make this plan a little bit easier.
This Whole30 meal plan rule is all about a healthier relationship with your food, and I personally think it actually works.
After reading the above section, you might be thinking of running away. But wait!! There’s good reason those foods are off-limits.
Although I can’t guarantee everything on the following list is going to happen to you, but yes these are the most common benefits people experienced while on and after the Whole30.
The answer is very simple. You’re not tracking calories, you won’t be eating based on a points system and most important you won’t feel hungry.
No doubt, you’re going to miss your morning doughnuts, but this isn’t like any weight loss diet plan you might be used to.
The co-founder of Whole30, Melissa Hartwigt really doesn’t like calling the Whole30 a “diet” at all.
Hartwigt doesn’t think that kind of behavior if justifiable, and if you’ve ever tried dieting, you probably agree.
Also, weight loss isn’t the only focus. Even you’re not supposed to consider yourself, expect for on days 1 ad 30.
Why not 27 or 43?
This time is long enough to get noticeable results.
Guys, no cheating! Melissa Hartwigt, the co-founder of Whole30 emphasizes the importance of sticking to this plan with zero slip-ups, so it’s quite essential to give your body the complete break it deserves.
If life happens and a piece of bread and a glass of wine gets in the way, Hartwig recommends starting over. She wants you to feel all the advantages of the entire 30-day Whole30 Meal Plan.
This one was hard to knowledge, so it deserves some explanation.
If a Paleo pancakes calls for nothing but Whole30-approved ingredients such as bananas and eggs, the flapjack is still off-limits.
The Whole30 wants you to change your emotional relationships and your habits with food.
According to Hartwig,
When you start your Whole30 meal plan, you can’t drink alcohol, but you can turn your happy hour into a midday coffee date.
You can drink black coffee with a splash of unsweetened carrageenan-free milk.
In this Whole30 Meal Plan you’ll be exposed to a ton of new, delicious recipes. Start simple if you know you’re not the cooking type.
Grab some veggies, eggs, avocado & sausage and after that scramble your breakfast instead of making the fancy egg-bake in a cast-iron pan.
Top it with hot sauce, and you’ll have yourself a solid meal in just 7 minutes.
Make that for breakfast 5 times a week as making similar meals over and over again is much easier than trying to whip up complicated ones.
The Whole30 book is one of the best thing to read while you’re visiting your in-laws. It’s really helpful and it’ll get you motivated.
Want more Whole30 Meal Plan recipes? Hartwig’s latest Whole30 Cookbook contain all the details and its recipes are baller.
For lunch and dinner, make extra meals so that you can have leftovers.
There’s nothing more rewarding than knowing your meals are already cooked and ready to go for the day. So what is to wait for? Pat yourself on the back and have a party.
All in all I must say that your only job is to stick to the Whole30 rules for 30 days, and some days, you’ll have to let good enough.
Whenever it feels that you’re doing struggle, remember why you took on the program in the first place, and don’t be dazed by the big picture – just focus on the next day, or the next meal.
And that’s it folks! Happy eating!!