Whole30 compliant breath mints

Look for any form of sugar (real or artificial) in the ingredient list. If it’s there, it’s out for your Whole30. When it comes to additives, less is better, but only three are specifically out. The Whole30 eliminates carrageenan, MSG, and sulfites on the program. Other common additives, like xanthan gum or ascorbic acid, are allowed.

What are the ingredients in Whole30?

Look for any form of sugar (real or artificial) in the ingredient list. If it’s there, it’s out for your Whole30. When it comes to additives, less is better, but only three are specifically out. The Whole30 eliminates carrageenan, MSG, and sulfites on the program. Other common additives, like xanthan gum or ascorbic acid, are allowed.

What can I substitute for Whole30 aminos?

Bragg’s Amino Acids are derived from soy, and all forms of soy are out for your Whole30. A great Whole30-compatible substitute, however, is Coconut Secret’s coconut aminos. Tastes just like soy sauce!

What kind of chips are on Whole30?

For that reason, no store-bought chips of any nature on the Whole30. That includes store-bought (or restaurant-made) potato, plantain, tortilla, apple, or kale chips, No pork rinds either, not even with cooking.

Is protein powder allowed on Whole30?

However, protein powder from approved ingredients like 100% egg white, 100% grass-fed collagen peptides, or 100% pea protein are allowed on the Whole30, provided they contain no sweeteners. As always, though, liquid food is still not encouraged.

What are the rules for the Whole30 program?

The Whole30 Program Rules. Yes: Eat real food. Eat meat, seafood, and eggs; vegetables and fruit; natural fats; and herbs, spices, and seasonings. Eat foods with a simple or recognizable list of ingredients, or no ingredients at all because they’re whole and unprocessed.

What is included in Whole30 cheat sheet?

The Whole30 eliminates carrageenan, MSG, and sulfites on the program. Other common additives, like xanthan gum or ascorbic acid, are allowed. Not all additives are “toxic;” acsorbic acid sounds scary, but it’s really just a fancy name for vitamin C. See our Common Additive Cheat Sheet for details.

What additives are included in Whole30?

When it comes to additives, less is better, but only three are specifically out. The Whole30 eliminates carrageenan, MSG, and sulfites on the program. Other common additives, like xanthan gum or ascorbic acid, are allowed. Not all additives are “toxic;” acsorbic acid sounds scary, but it’s really just a fancy name for vitamin C.

Is the Whole30 a diet?

Whole30 co-founder Melissa Hartwig actually doesn’t like calling the Whole30 a “diet” at all. “Most diets are spent white-knuckling your way through deprivation, restriction, hunger, tuning out your body’s signals, and obsessing over tracking and weighing your food,” Hartwig says.