Be sure you're eating lots of vegetables and drinking plenty of water -- aim for at least 1/2 oz of water per pound of body weight, so if you weigh about 120 lbs, drink at least 60 oz per day. You can also try a magnesium supplement, many people find it helps with constipation. I know that original, unflavored Natural Calm brand is compliant, but there are probably other options as well.
Fats are good for skin and hair health and brain health, they're necessary for your body to use certain fat soluble vitamins like vitamin A, and they help keep you full between meals, which helps keep you from snacking mindlessly. If you really want to know the whys behind the program, I'd recommend finding a copy of It Starts With Food.
You might find the tips in this article helpful for dealing with eating more meat than you're used to: http://whole9life.com/2013/02/eating-meat-a-primer-for-the-meat-challenged-2/
I'd also encourage you to find a group here on the forum that started around the same time as you -- you can all support each other and share information. There are several groups that started June 1, browse through the different threads and see if one seems like a good fit for you: http://forum.whole30.com/forum/4-join-the-whole30/
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Is this your first Whole30? This is what it's all about
There are lots of PDF downloads to help you out
http://whole30.com/pdf-downloads/ including the fabulous Meal Planning Template
Not sure what you can have? Whole30 Rules & Can I Have...
You'll also find great info searching in the forum section Can I have...?
Did you know there's Rules AND Recommendations?
It's early now, but bookmark the Timeline, it's really great http://whole30.com/2013/08/revised-timeline/
Really want to complete your Whole30, might want to read this now - Do I really have to start over?
Welcome you've totally got this!