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  1. I am starting Whole30, and looking for suggestions on: Whole30 approved brands for things like salad dressing, almond butter, almond milk/creamer, etc. Tree nuts that are Whole30 compliant for snacking Pescetarian-friendly foods, snacks, recipes, etc. Thank you in advance!
  2. Sonya LeBoeuf

    Food Allergies

    I am looking to start the Whole30 program on May 1 but am concerned for I have an egg and tree nut allergy and am concerned what to eat for breakfast. Currently, I have a vegan pea-power shake with coconut milk and fruit each day. ( I am also dairy free due to intolerances). This is all my system can tolerate. What types of things can I eat for breakfast on this diet knowing I have these restrictions?
  3. Athenyja

    Hives

    I am on day 9 of my first Whole 30. Starting yesterday, I've been getting wicked hives that flare up after meals. I know that I have been indulging too heavily on almonds and almond butter this past week. From the timing of the hives, it seems that there could be a connection. Is it possible that I have developed some sort of allergy to tree nuts? I have never had a problem with any food allergies, so this is pretty surprising. Nothing like waking up in the morning to a cup of coffee and dose of benadryl.