This girl, loves her ‘nom nom’s’.
(also om nom nom)
used to express pleasure at eating, or at the prospect of eating, delicious food: chicken and kale for dinner, nom nom!
delicious food: there were all kinds of nom noms—bacon, avocados, burgers and strawberries.
Early 21st century: probably imitative but apparently also popularized by the noises made by the Cookie Monster character in the children’s television program Sesame Street. Compare with yum yum
While the upcoming nutritional challenge may seem daunting, know that you are surrounded by a very supportive and experinced group of people. Having completed a Whole 30 once before I would like to share some resources that you may find helpful. First and foremost, the recipes gathered right here via coaches and fellow Intrepids, is a great start. Use the category search for “Nutrition”. Michelle Tam at Nom Nom Paleo has a fully diagrammed and well laid out meal plan for 30 days, if you would like a structured meal plan. I’ve also found George at Civilized Caveman Cooking to be helpful. With his website, read carefully. Some of his recipes do use dairy which is a no no in Whole 30. Between the athletes and trainers at Intrepid, we have amassed quite the collection of really informative and easy to follow cookbooks and resources. For a few weeks, I will leave my collection of cookbooks in the gym office if you would like to take a look at them. If you see a recipe you would like to try please feel free to jot it down or snap a pic.
Have any other resources or blogs you would like to share please do so in the comments. Happy nomming!