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About Me

Christine is a mother of two active teenaged boys, wife to a busy husband, fitness instructor, and a full-time school administrator.  So, Christine can relate to the daily challenges of managing household and eating healthy!

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What is Whole30?

The Whole30 is an approach to eating that is designed to reset your health.  By eliminating certain foods groups that could be having a negative impact on your body, you restore your energy, mind and body.

For 30 days, you eliminate these food groups. In doing so, you allow your body to heal and recover from the negative ailments that these foods have been causing.

 

What's Out?

  • Added sugar, real or artificial
  • Alcohol
  • Grains, even whole grains
  • Legumes
  • Dairy
  • Tracking your weight or measurements

 

What's In?

Delicious, satisfying, tasty, unprocessed foods at every meal, every day.

 

It is not hard. Don’t you dare tell us this is hard. Quitting heroin is hard. Beating cancer is hard. Drinking your coffee black. Is. Not. Hard.
— ~Melissa & Dallas Hartwig, co-authors of The Whole30

I won’t expect this will be easy for you, it was not easy for me, but it is worth it.  

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April 2018

Although there is a wealth of information online, I thought it would be more beneficial to have a one on one with someone who had first-hand experience with Whole30.  Ms. McCallum was more than willing to answer all of my questions and explain in detail the science behind the program. She was able to clarify and elaborate on the information I retrieved from the whole30 website. Ms. McCallum provided tips and tricks for success as well as, useful information for easy meal planning.  More importantly, I was educated on the premise of Whole30. My outlook on the program turned from “weight loss” to healthy, clean eating. I was able to look at food with fresh eyes, making good decisions for what food works best for me.”

- E.B.