• David Hardin

Whole 30 - A dhFIT Experiment

Happy New Year! Most of you know that I love to try things out so I can learn all about them and properly recommend it to others. With a new year comes a new experiment; Whole 30.


The Whole 30 is a reset program, so you can learn how your body responds to certain foods. You remove all foods that can potentially negatively affect your body. After 30 days, one by one, you start to introduce those foods, and then pay attention to how you feel after. If you feel fine, then you can continue to eat that food. If you feel bad, then you know your body has an issue with that food and you know to stay away from it.


Here's the basics of the Whole 30 Reset:

- No artificial sugars (and limit natural sugars to 2 servings per day)

- No alcohol

- No grains

- No legumes

- No dairy


Here's our mealplan for this week:

MONDAY

Breakfast - Southwest Scrambled Eggs w/ a side of spinach

Lunch - Stuffed Peppers w/ roasted beet, orange, & avocado salad

Dinner - Pork Shoulder w/ butternut squash, kale & tomatoes with a Greek salad


TUESDAY

Breakfast - Southwest Scrambled Eggs w/ a side of spinach

Lunch - Leftover dinner from last night

Dinner - Pork Chops & homemade applesauce w/ balsamic roasted sweet potatoes & Brussels sprouts


WEDNESDAY

Breakfast - Leftover dinner from last night

Lunch - Leftover dinner from Monday night

Dinner - Homemade chili w/ roasted broccoli &yellow squash with vinaigrette


THURSDAY

Breakfast - Egg/Sausage/Potato/Spinach Frittata

Lunch - Leftover dinner from last night

Dinner - Shepard's Pie w/ roasted asparagus & lemon zest


FRIDAY

Breakfast - Egg/Sausage/Potato/Spinach Frittata

Lunch - Leftover dinner from last night

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