If you’re struggling with digestive issues, skin problems, or your weight, you should try Whole30. It’s an elimination diet that can help you regain control of your health, eating habits, and cravings. Whole30 requires you to cut out sugar, grains, dairy, legumes, and alcohol for 30 days, after which you reintroduce each food group one at a time. It sounds hard, but once you get into the swing of it, you don’t even have to think about what you can and can’t eat. You do, however, have to get into the habit of eating breakfast. If you’re busy and pressed for time in the morning, you might be tempted to reach for a granola bar, a muffin, or a breakfast sandwich, none of which are Whole30-approved. Don’t worry! There are easy Whole30-friendly breakfast options, and not all of them are eggs! Here are 10 Whole30 fast and easy breakfast recipes.
By marrying sweet potatoes with red onions, peppers, spices, and topping with eggs, you’ve got an insanely good breakfast that works just as well for dinner.
Salmon and eggs have just been made healthier by adding asparagus to the mix. Plus you’ll enjoy 28 grams of lean protein.
Avocados are a fantastic source of healthy fats, potassium, fiber, and vitamin K. They also make a delicious bowl for an egg!
Throw these baked egg mushrooms in the oven, hop in the shower, and step out to a warm, healthy breakfast.
This asparagus & egg scramble is Whole30-friendly if made with almond, cashew, or coconut milk. It’s packed with protein, fiber, vitamin K, and B-vitamins, and takes no time at all to prepare.