“Don’t you dare tell us this is hard. Beating cancer is hard. Birthing a baby is hard. Losing a parent is hard. Drinking your coffee black. Is. Not. Hard. You’ve done harder things than this, and you have no excuse not to complete the program as written. It’s only thirty days, and it’s for the most important health cause on earth – the only physical body you will ever have in this lifetime.” – Taken from the Whole 30 Blog

The Whole 30 is a program designed by Dallas and Melissa Hartwig in 2009, basically it is a reboot program which will alert you to all of the ways you thought you were eating healthy that just aren’t so. I hear it all the time, “Oh, I have a healthy diet but I just can’t lose weight” but when I actually take a look at what the food journal says, the story is a little different. The whole 30 was designed to eliminate the major food groups (like sugar, grains, dairy, and legumes) that might “seem” like they are healthy but are actually wreaking havoc on your body. There are so many signs out there that your body is trying to give you to alert you to the fact that the foods you are eating simply aren’t working for you. Aches and pains, no results with weight loss attempts, low energy, digestive ailments, fertility issues, skin conditions, seasonal allergies are all potential signs that the ‘healthy’ foods you are eating are in fact, not for YOU.

So we can do an expensive blood test to find out the foods that you aren’t tolerating well or you can experience for yourself what “good” feels like by eliminating all of the usual suspects for 30 days. Allow your body, gut, hormones, skin, etc to recover and push the reboot button on your life. While weight loss is almost always a result, that is the silver lining to the way you will feel. Your energy levels, sleep, focus, and even your mood will improve as will your habits and your cravings.

The basic parameters for 30 consecutive days (no breaks no cheat days):

Eat real food – REAL natural unprocessed food with pronounceable ingredients. Eat tons of vegetables, meat, seafood, fruit, and good sources of fats.

Avoid food that promotes inflammation, hormone changes, and metabolic drowsiness like:

Sugar of any kind (real or artificial)

Grains of any kind

Legumes – exception: green beans and sugar snap / snow peas)

Food additives like carrageenan, MSG, or sulfites

Dairy of any kind (cow, sheep, goat) exception: ghee or clarified butter

Alcohol of any kind


We want to challenge our members at KORE to a reboot!

Starting April 18th (with an orientation meeting on April 17th) we will run a challenge based on the Whole 30. We will provide all the material you need: shopping lists, done for you menus and recipes for this 30-day challenge. We will have accountability measures put in place for you to stick to the challenge as well as miscellaneous challenges along the way AND a way to work your way back into “REAL LIFE” after you have completed the Whole 30. We want to help you create awareness around the foods that you eat and provide the tools to push you further on your health journey. Because we are only interested in serious participants for this challenge, it is open only to current members of KORE Wellness. Exception: any current member who wants to participate in the Whole 30 program is welcome to invite a friend or accountability buddy to participate with them in the challenge. Cost: $49

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