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  1. CharisElysia

    Can I have these vitamins?

    Hello! My boyfriend and I are reading through the Whole30 books and are about to start the program soon. We were just looking at our vitamins that we take everyday and trying to decide if they were okay or not. He takes the Garden of Life Vitamin Code Men multivitamin and we noticed it seems okay other than it says the Zinc and the Manganese come from brown rice chelate. Does that mean he can’t take them? I take the New Chapter every woman’s one daily multi. They are fermented and it says the ferment media includes organic soy flour. I’m assuming this means I can’t take them. Is this correct? We just want to make sure we are completely compliant! Thank you!
  2. I’m on day 3 of my first whole 30. I read last night about some medications that are not ok on this. I take prescriptions, a multivitamin, several supplements, and several Acetaminophen pills every day. This is my first time doing Whole 30, and I want to be completely compliant, mainly because of how sick I’ve been feeling. Looking at my vitamin, supplements, and pain pill I see things that are not compliant in all of them. However, I’ve had several surgeries on my stomach and my absorption level is low. I’ve been told to take a multivitamin (woman’s formulation daily), iron (365 Ferrous Sulfate daily), D3 (5000 mg daily), B12 (5000 mg daily), and Calcium (500 mg 3x daily). I just am not sure what’s compliant and what’s not. I’m not worried about my prescription meds, they trump anything I could find wrong with them. I’m also not in a place where I can stop taking my supplements or pain relief (Acetaminophen is the only pain reliever that I can take), I just want to know if there are forms out there that are completely ok with the program. I also usually take biotin and keratin daily, but I can go without those. Included are all the ingredients in my vitamin, supplements, and pain relief...
  3. I am starting g my whole30 journey tomorrow for the first time ever in hope of gaining some control over food cravings, weight loss, and just overall feeling better. I am a new momma to a wonderful 6 month old baby boy that I am breastfeeding and pumping for. My biggest concern is my milk supply. I have been taking a supplement protein powder called milk dust. I have been having major issues with my supply. I am wondering if anyone has used milk dust and if it is whole30 compliant because it usually gives my supply a little boost.
  4. Chels9695

    Specific Melatonin

    Can I have my melatonin if it has melatonin, L-theanine, medium chain triglycerides, gelatin, glycerin, rapeseed lecithin, yellow beeswax and water? I have a sleep disorder and I need some sort of sleep supplement at night. I have already tried google and just want to double check before I take it.
  5. LindaMT

    New Journey

    I'm working with my doctor to stop my post gastric sleeve weight regain. Stop the addictions and eating stuff that makes me feel bad. I've read here I can adjust my meals to accommodate my small stomach. I am concerned about finding compliant supplements. I just got put put on Fosomax for bone density too. So supplements are important. I plan to start Whole30 soon and am researching it first to be prepared. There is a lot to it, but I think it will be easy once I get into it. Pre planning meals is the key I think. My Dr agreed to let me use phentermine to get a good start. The gastric surgeon says it's a better alternative to revision surgery. My GP has also done the Whole 30, so will be a great resource.
  6. 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.
  7. 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.