This blog post sheds light on the “whole 30” diet itself and how well it works with ongoing exercise & new exercise regimens. I had a client who did this diet plan, along with this wife and expressed how it gave good results but over time they both were getting bored of the concept of eating the same foods daily, he expressed to me how strict the diet was, gave me some insight into the results it produced but wanted to know more information besides what he had researched because now they are both my clients at the gym & are looking to possibly start this diet once again along with starting their new workout agenda (will have been with me for a month now) and he wanted to know 1) my opinion 2) if it will help or hinder while he and his wife exercise 3) is it worth doing 4) is it something that can be adjusted so that they don’t run into the same issue of being bored of the same food 5) where to go from there once the 30 days is over . All of which were good questions and figured, I would post about it so that if others have the same thoughts, or questions, we could solve this together.
Personally, I have never done this diet & I don’t recommend diets to my clients (out of my scope of practice) but to learn more about nutrition and teach good behaviors would be within my scope and help them prepare for the end of the road with a positive mindset and continued results. Hopefully the research I came up with you find helpful, feel free to also share it among your peers Whole 30 & Exercise
If any of you have more to add about this particular diet, please leave it in the comments — I love hearing personal experiences and stories (who knows, I might consider you writing a guest post about your experience with this diet)
Make a bowl out of a burger
- 2 lbs of extra lean beef
- 2.5 teaspoons of seasoned salt
- 1 teaspoon of garlic powder
- 1/2 teaspoon of black pepper
- 3 teaspoon of worcestershire sauce
- 4 Tablespoons of butter
- 2 Cups of sliced mushrooms
- 2 cups of cheddar cheese, shredded
- 10 slices of bacon, cooked and diced
- diced chives, bacon bbq sauce, and ranch dressing for topping
- Mix together beef, seasoned salt, garlic powder, black pepper and worcestershire sauce
- On a baking sheet lined with foil, form 4 meat bowls using a can or jar. Set aside
- In a medium pan, saute mushrooms with butter, season with salt and pepper to taste & divide into 4 portions
- Fill each meat bowl with 1/4 cup of cheese, mushrooms, 2 slices of diced bacon, then top with 1/4 cup of cheese
- Bake at 350 degrees, covered with foil tent, covering for 30 minutes before serving & then topping with the diced bacon, bbq sauce, ranch and diced chives
Now I realize this isn’t vegetarian or vegan friendly, but this is a recipe that could easily have substitutes in order to make it more vegan/vegetarian friendly, I eat meat, so many of my dishes, will contain animal product but I try to find recipes that can be manipulated to serve anyone’s appetite. Enjoy!
Be sure to give FamilyFreshMeals a follow for creating such a fantastic recipe 🙂
Happy National Food Day Bloggers!
In honor of National Food day, leave a comment letting us know your favorite food(s)!
Happy National Pasta Day!
In honor of National Pasta Day,
I want to know what your favorite pasta dish is? if you don’t eat pasta, what is your favorite alternative!
What is your favorite healthy food? leave comments!
Name Your Taco!
I want to know:
What do you like on your tacos?
Hard shell, soft shell, no shell?
Leave your answers in the comment section!