WHAT I EAT IN A DAY | Whole30 recipes


My latest What I Eat in a Day video is all Whole30 recipes (and includes some Whole30 meal prep). Many of you are pursuing a Whole30 after a holiday period of too much indulging. Whole30 is a great reset to remind yourself how great your body can feel when you’re not bogging it down with too much sugar, alcohol, gluten, dairy and packaged food.

While I’m not typically a fan of rigid diets I am a fan of Whole30 – and that’s because it’s really not a diet. It just focuses on how your body responds to certain ingredients and then it’s up to you if you’d like to keep them in or out of your healthy lifestyle.

Whole30 is another tool in your arsenal to understand your body, improve results and boost your wellness. And that’s a wonderful thing! I hope you enjoy the video and the new drone footage!

PS – all of these recipes are also gluten-free and paleo as well. 🙂

For the FULL What I Eat in a Day blog post (with recipe links):

The music I use: – Great music for YouTubers!

Safe Catch Tuna:
Wild Planet Tuna:
Dijon Mustard:

Counter Stools:
Vitamix Blender:
Tea Kettle:
Utensil Holder:
Flour Jars:
Knife Set:
Cutting Board:
Glass Mixing Bowls:

For everything else I use in my videos, check out the SHOP page on my website:

Madewell Tee:
Athleta Pants:


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  1. Happy New Year! I hope you guys had a wonderful holiday and I'm happy to be back this week with a new What I Eat in a Day video that has all Whole30 recipes. I know many are doing a #januarywhole30 and while I'm not doing a full Whole30 this month, I'm doing a mini reset. If it's your first time doing a Whole30 let me know below (and check out my website for a Whole30 shopping list, snack guide and more info). If you're a Whole 30 veteran, tell everyone how many times you've done it and what your favorite Whole30 recipe is! Happy 2019 friends! xo – Lisa

  2. Just a tip for stainless steel pans, which I use, to clean them up after eggs or stuck on food. I add water, a smidgen of dish soap and sprinkle about a tablespoon of baking soda and let it sit for a few minutes. Then it's usually very easy to remove. If not easily removed, I use a little Batkeepers Friend to get it clean with a no scratch sponge that has a scrubbing surface on one side.

  3. Thank you so much for all these videos. I just started whole30 and was feeling pretty miserable but all these dishes look amazing. It is so satisfying to see the left overs put in a container so you dont have to cook for the next serving saving time. I was almost cheering at the screen thinking how less messy that is.

  4. I just saw a video of a dietitian who took offense to this video, idk if she thinks you are telling ppl to eat what you eat, but it really upsets me how ppl who call themselves 'professional' use their title to bring down others.
    I love your videos, it helped/helps me so much.
    Thank you. ❤❤❤❤❤