Food Freedom Forever: Letting Go of Bad Habits, Guilt and Anxiety Around Food

I haven’t written posts for the books I’ve been reading lately for many reasons, one of them being the Whole30. Shane and I decided to start on January 30 and our last day was February 28. I read Food Freedom Forever during this time and I don’t have enough wonderful things to say about this book, the process, or the Whole30 itself. Seriously, I could go on and on about this program but I digress.

Food Freedom Forever is written by Melissa Hartwig, the co-creator of the Whole30. In this book she outlines the basics of the program, how to get through the program but most importantly, what to do afterward. This book opened my eyes to how much hold food can have on you, how much my thoughts revolve around food, and how to move away from that to FOOD FREEDOM.

Shane and I both have and will recommend this to anyone and everyone. Even if you don’t think you can fully commit to a food change this drastic, even for 30 days, you should still read this book. I rated it 5 stars on Goodreads.

kate.

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