Mare22 Posted April 13, 2021 Share Posted April 13, 2021 Hi guys! I have been having gut issues for months and decided that Whole 30 may help alleviate them, as well as helping me keep focused on taking care of myself amid a busy schedule. The problem is, I rely on a selection of meals from my dining hall. The only reliably available approved items are a salad bar and (most of the time) chicken. I can cook minimally (shared kitchen) and I plan to buy some eggs to cook. However meal prep isn't an option with my tiny fridge and my schedule tends to be hectic around meal times. Is it worth giving it the old "college" try when I have so little control over my meals? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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