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  1. I use Young Living Essential Oils to support my health. Is there any reason I can’t flavor my water with a drop of grapefruit or lemon oil or take the occasional capsule of oils for colds, sinus, or pain. These oil are 100 organic seed to seal certified.
  2. I felt a cold coming on and drank a Kroger brand essence-c without even thinking about it. I'm on day 13. I didn't have the box (with the list of ingredients), just the packet, so I didn't even think about sugar or fructose until I had swallowed it all. Tasted sweet and started freaking out immediately. Looked online, and sure enough, fructose is the first ingredient. ugh. Do I have to start over?? So bummed, I've done everything by the book. The even dumber thing is that I ate an orange right before I drank it, I didn't even need the stupid thing.
  3. Hi, I am new to Whole30, going to officially start on Friday, but a problem has already risen for me. I have multiple chronic illnesses where my body depletes vitamins and minerals faster than most other people. So that means I take a handful of supplements every day. The problem is I would need to buy different brands for some of my supplements that would be over $100 all together. I cannot afford that since I only work part-time. I was wondering since I need to take these supplements if that would still go against Whole30 or if because a doctor told me that my body does not get these supplement that it would not count? Thanks for reading this confusing post.
  4. RubyWizard24

    CBD

    I’m wondering if most CBD oils are compliant? I use CBD for anxiety because I am extremely medication sensitive. The oil I use has grape seed oil, hempseed oil, lemon oil, hemp oil, and stevia. I know the stevia isn’t compliant - but what about everything else? I can’t go off of it, so if it isn’t compliant, will I have any success with Whole30?
  5. Thunder 6552

    Approved Supplements

    My wife has been told by her doctor that her B12 and Vitamin D are low. I don't want her to stop taking a doctor recommended supplement, but we both want to stay as compliant add possible. We start our first Whole30 next week. Can anyone recommend a supplement brand? We spent an hour in Whole foods today and nothing seemed to work.
  6. I've been prescribed high strength vitamin D supplements as I have a very low vitamin D count. The only tablet options I can find on prescription include some questionable ingredients, but I think I'll have to go with the least nasty of what's availabe, as I really need the vitamin D and over the counter lower strength capsules haven't done much to raise my levels. Which would you says is the better out of these ingredient lists (I've only listed the questionable stuff)? 1) Corn oil, sunflower seed oil and vegetarian capsule shell. 2) Microcrystalline cellulose, acacia gum, sucrose, starch, medium chain triglycerides, magnesium stearate 3) Maize oil, refined, butylated hydroxytoluene, gelatin, glycerol, chlorophyllin copper complex sodium Thanks! Jason
  7. Cate1007

    Supplements with Fructose

    Hello, i think I may know the answer to this, but want to make sure before I buy new supplements. I am going through fertility treatments and need to take a prenatal, Vitamin D, Co-Q10, and magnesium. All of the supplements I currently take are in powder for and the ingredient list has fructose in it. Would these be non-compliant on th Whole30? thank you! Cate
  8. Lawters

    Supplements

    Are these Whole30 compliant?
  9. Lawters

    doTERRA supplements

    I am trying to figure out if these supplements are compliant with Whole 30, these are their vegan option so I'm hoping they will. I am also wondering if the other supplements are compliant. Please if you can tell me individually which is and which isn't I would truly appreciate it. doterra-vegan-microplex-vmz.pdf V Omega.pdf
  10. These two have a long list of ingredients. Anyone got any word? The magnum primer is supposed to be the bees knees if you are highly active.