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Hey, so for breakfast I'm having a bowl of: -1/2 avocado - one banana - two strawberries - 15 blueberries - dried goji berries - cacao nibs - acai powder - bee pollen. Is this too much sugar? I believe it's all compliant but just want to make sure this is cool. Thanks in advance!
Hi there! I was looking at Sambazon Acaí puree smoothie packs online. Organic, Fair Trade, no added sugar. Being the ingredient-reading Nazi that I have become, of course I was thrown when they mentioned that it contained "less than 0.5% of soy lecithin." For the purposes of the Whole30, perhaps this is just a no-brainer. Small percentage or large, if it's listed at all, it's out this month. But I'm just curious how wary one should be of these teeny percentages of not-so-good stuff... and why would something "organic" contain them? What purpose does that 0.5% serve, if any? You should know: I'm totally of the understanding that smoothies are not the ideal way to get your fruits, and 90% of the time I'm gobbling down the actual fruit instead. But, I was interested in making homemade, Whole30 compliant acaí bowls - a healthy treat that I look forward to in warmer weather, in which the "smoothie" is just part of the whole. And, I'm on Day 13 of my Whole30, and totally loving it!
On the 30 day challenge and I was wondering how many of you take suppliments? I know I do but before I go further into it I was wondering if I should stop. I take a One A Day Multi-Vitiamin, Biotin, Fish Oil (dry climate in Colorado), and Acai Berry. Your thoughts?
I have just started my Whole30 and I am looking for different things to try. I don't even really know what Acai is but have heard it a lot recently. Is it Whole30 approved? Also, I am curious if anyone knows if we can have the Acai smoothie from Planet Smoothie. The menu shows that it has organic acai, apple, strawberries, bananas. Thoughts?