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Although the ingredients may be technically compliant (but double check that almond milk....unsweetened doesn't mean it doesn't have carrageenan or other non-compliant ingredients) , Whole30 discourages smoothies:

"Smoothies: We’d rather you didn’t

This is a very popular question, with a very unpopular answer. Smoothies (generally made using lots of fruit) are technically compliant on your Whole30, but we strongly recommend against it. Food that you drink sends different satiety signals to your brain than food that you chew. So when you drink your meal, your brain isn’t getting the feedback it needs to tell your body that it’s had enough of what it needs. Plus, smoothies are generally really fruit-heavy, and starting your day off with a liquid sugar-bomb sets you up for cravings, hunger, and volatile energy levels throughout the day. In summary, we’d rather you just eat the food, and skip the smoothie."


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I guess you could but there are many reasons why this is not your best choice. - drinking your meals messes with satiety (hungry and full) signals, seeds and nuts (flax and almond in this case) are an unbalanced fat source and this has no protein or veggies in it.


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can you have it? yes of course, you're an adult, have what you want.

but Is it Whole30? - technically yes, the ingredients are compliant, but as above answers, it's not following the template, and it's not a meal you can 'eat', so if you do this, you're kind of not going to get the full benefits that Whole30 brings, if you follow it 'properly'.

are you trying to bend the rules to fit something that you liked before, which you don't want to leave behind?


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