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Almost to the End

October 25, 2011

While we’re getting ready for the end of the Whole 30, I wanted to remind everybody about our final meeting this Wednesday evening at 7pm. Where: 1133 Miguel Avenue Los Altos (off of Fremont) When: 7pm What: Please bring a Whole 30 approved dish that can serve 4-6.  This can be a main dish, side, … Continue Reading

Whole 30 Dinner Meeting

October 23, 2011

I hope things are going well for everybody so far; 3+ weeks through the Whole 30!  How is everyone feeling?  Just wanted to shoot everybody a quick reminder that our last weekly meeting will be this Wednesday, October 26th, at 7pm.  We will be discussing dinner options, as well as other questions that have come … Continue Reading

Weekly Whole 30

October 19, 2011

Come one, come all!  To the Whole 30 Weekly Meeting! This week we will be discussing what and when to eat with regards to your workout.  We will have some pre-workout, as well as post-workout snacks.  Come armed with questions and a hungry appetite.

Sunday Brunch

October 16, 2011

How are you doing after the first 2 weekends in the Whole 30?  Were you able to stay away from the glass of wine at dinner, or french fries watching the 49ers and Raiders bring home Ws? I know some of you may be a getting a little sick of having eggs for breakfast, so … Continue Reading

Wednesday Meeting Recap

October 14, 2011

Great meeting this week everybody!  We discussed some different questions, especially regarding nuts as snacks – try and find some other snacks and not just depend on almonds to quell your hunger. We served: Zucchini Hummus 2 zucchini 3/4 cup tahini (raw) 1/2 cup lemon juice 1/4 cup olive oil (cold pressed, if you want … Continue Reading

Getting over the Lethargy

October 8, 2011

We are now 1 week in!  How is everybody doing so far?  Found any great new recipes?  How have you found the cravings? – if any? There has been a good amount of discussion (during the last go-round as well) about energy levels dropping off and general fatigue during the Whole 30.  This can be … Continue Reading

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