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  1. Hi there all, I'm new, and I'm reading It Starts With Food. In the chapter on OILS, the recommendation is to AVOID high-oleic seed oils. However, I found a recipe for mayonnaise (whole30.com/mayo) which states, "You can also use a high-oleic safflower or sunflower oil. The seeds used to make these oils have been bred to contain more healthy monounsaturated fats and less polyunsaturated fats, making their nutrition profile almost identical to olive oil." So... which is it?
  2. I need homestyle Indian vegetarian Whole30 recipes. My live-in mother-in-law (MIL) is an elderly woman from India with no desire to eat anything 'without flavor' (translation: without Indian spices). She has severe arthritis and diabetes. I am in planning stages of Whole30 for myself and working on bringing in the family too. The son (bacon) and husband (anything he doesn't have to cook) are easy. It is the MIL I am concerned with. When she was diagnosed with diabetes she blew off the nutritionist because they didn't speak in 'Indian food' terms. Her diet has gotten worse as t
  3. Hello! I hope you are having a great day. Yes, this first day is supposed to be easy. So far everything is inline. I had my breakfast ready last night and my coffee prepped. Good start but I need to keep it up. Last night my digestive issues were extremely bad. I recently found out my issues revolve around stomach acid and am including a glass of warm lemon water before breakfast and doing a stomach acid test everyday for the next five days. I have Hashimoto's Thyroiditis and no thyroid. I also may have another autoimmune disease (my rheumatologist is monitoring me) and I have neuropathy