Are your energy levels inconsistent or nonexistent?
Have trouble sticking with a healthy way of eating?
Do you have aches and pains that can't be explained?
Are you struggling to lose weight?
Do you have a skin/digestive/allergy condition that has not been helped through medication?
Interested in recommitting to your health goals, especially before the holidays?
Join the True Wellness Group!
For the month of September, we're cutting out certain food groups that could be having a negative impact on your health.
How do you know if these foods are affecting you or not?
By cutting them out of your diet completely
then reintroducing them after 30 days.
YES: Real food.
We'll be eating whole, unprocessed foods that have either no ingredients listed because they're already a whole food, or if coming from a jar/package, all pronounceable ingredients.
- Tons of vegetables
- Moderate amounts of fruit
- Plenty of healthy fats from avocado, coconut, and some nuts/seeds .
NO: Avoid for 30 days
- Sugar of any kind (including honey, maple syrup, agave, coconut sugar, Splenda, Equal, Nutrasweet, xylitol, stevia, etc. Read labels!)
- Alcohol (even for cooking)
- Processed foods
- Carrageenan, MSG, or sulfites (check ingredient lists)
I have led clients through the Whole30 program and have also experienced it myself. Out of all the programs I've tried, I've enjoyed this one the most because...
- it's realistic
- almost anyone can do it
- and the habits you form during these 30 days can have long-term effects.
- Doing a program like this will change many things: the way you think about food, your tastes, habits and cravings, and even the emotional relationship you have with food and with your body.
- More than 95% of participants lose weight and improve body composition without counting or restricting calories
- Other common side effects include high energy levels, improved athletic performance, better sleep, improved focus and mental clarity
- Many report effectively changing long-standing, unhealthy habits related to food, developing a healthier body image, and a dramatic reduction or elimination of cravings, particularly for sugar and carbohydrates