bethross reacted to Sambagirl in Recommendation for Multi-Vitamins
I just looked at the Nature's Way for women over 50 and found that it has tomato, which is fine for those on Whole30 but not those following AIP as well. The regular one "Whole Food Energizer" appears to be compliant with both Whole30 and AIP. Thanks for the heads up, this thread gave me a good starting point.
bethross reacted to PatriciaNY in Recommendation for Multi-Vitamins
I'm not a doctor nor profess to be one, I've had gastric bypass and felt I needed to have some vitamins also, because after gastric bypass your on a slew of vitamins. I looked for natural vitamins and found "Alive" they also have it for women over 50+. All natural and compliant I made sure hopefully this helps, I searched a LONG time to find something and found them! Good Luck!
bethross reacted to TeacherP in Recommendation for Multi-Vitamins
Thanks for the info. I should have mentioned I've done a Whole 30 twice, and lost 28 lbs. I've been doing a modified W30 since I had my knee replaced June 20. I've been feeling the need for some extra energy, which is probably part of the recovery process.
bethross reacted to ladyshanny in Recommendation for Multi-Vitamins
We actually recommend that you forgo your multi vitamin during Whole30 as you should/will be eating such a vast variety of protein, vegetables, fat and some fruit that the vitamin should be unnecessary. The Whole30 recommendation is for a brand you could use if you were wanting to supplement. It's not that they are recommending folks take a multi.
bethross reacted to Hutlifr in Whole30 Sample Reintroduction Schedule
I com if with mindy5... Dairy for each meal? Never do that. I know I had problem with milk and flip item before whole30. So can I just reintroduce cheese and yoghurt?
Never mind found the answer...
"Reminder: If you don’t miss a particular food or drink that you know makes you less healthy, don’t bother to reintroduce it. Not missing tofu, black beans, cottage cheese, or brown rice? With evidence pointing towards these foods making you less healthy, there’s no reason whatsoever to add them back into your diet. Only reintroduce those foods that you suspect you’ll really want to include back into your diet once in a while, and leave the rest happily behind. - See more at: http://whole30.com/step-two-finished/#sthash.niD63BhC.dpuf"