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  1. Starting tomorrow, 9/11

    Hi fellow Whole-30ers! I'm new to this forum and to Whole 30. For the most part, I eat about 80% Paleo but have "fallen off the wagon" the past year. I'm really looking to regain my focus and develop a healthy relationship with food and eating in general. My start date is tomorrow! I love carbs and sweets and am usually a heavy night eater, so any tips on how to help the transition and stay on track is greatly appreciated!
  2. Starting Whole30 June 1st!

    The Instagram community is who introduced me to Whole30. I decided I will start tomorrow, June 1st. I have done my research, but I still don't know what the heck I am getting myself into, still exciting to me though. I will be buying the things needed for the next thirty days. Anyone else new to this or starting tomorrow as well? tips?
  3. Hi, I'm a nineteen year old girl starting the whole 30 tomorrow. I'm already lean, but I'd like to get rid of some nasty sugar cravings I have almost daily. Even though I no longer eat refined sugar I'm still drawn to fruit of all types, especially dried fruit and often overeat it. This usually happens later in the day, making me anxious, restless and leaving me with a throbbing headache. Just wondering if I should cut fruit all together as some other whole 30 poster's have said that the fructose in fruit is very addictive. I certainly find it addictive. Any thoughts? Thanks! -Sinead P.S. I can't find any grassfed meat in my area. Will hormone and antibiotic free suffice?