Guest Posted March 14, 2014 Share Posted March 14, 2014 Hello everyone, I know that other than eating 3 meals a day, I should try my hardest not to snack. Before starting Whole30, fruit was a main part of my diet. Throughout the day I'd easily consume half a box of clementines, and every other day I'd finish a honeydew melon. Now that I'm on Whole30, I'm eating a LOT less fruit since I'm following the meal template. But I'm getting mixed messages...It Starts With Food says that "you can never eat too much fruit," but at the same time it advises against snacking on fruit (instead turn to protein and fats first). The problem is, when I snack I'm neither hungry hungry, nor craving processed-foods (like chips)...I just feel like eating cold juicy fruits! I know part of Whole30 is getting rid of cravings, but is it that bad to crave healthy fruit? I guess my main questions are: can I snack on fruit throughout the day? Can I eat as much fruit as I want as long as I satisfy the meal template for the 3 meals? If I should limit fruit intake, why? Hormonal balance? Thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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