If you’ve never heard of the Whole30 diet before, it is basically a month-long diet that cuts out certain food groups that are bad for your gut and inflammatory for your body. This includes sugars, grains, dairy, alcohol, and legumes.

Whole30 is believed to improve sleep, energy levels, digestive issues, skin, and many other health benefits. If you’re interested in starting the Whole30 diet, here are a few breakfast recipes to get you right on track:

Asparagus Benedict
Everyone loves eggs Benedict, and this one is Whole30 approved by skipping the bread!

Veggie Egg Bake
This Whole30 approved breakfast is filling, delicious, and packed with nutrients from eggs and veggies.

Banana-Cherry Smoothie Bowl
If you’re craving a sweeter breakfast, this smoothie bowl is full of creamy almond butter and sweet fruit.

Sweet Potato Hash Browns
Like regular hash browns… but better. Top with an egg to add protein to keep you fuller for longer.

Sweet Potato Breakfast Bowl
If you’re a fan of sweet potato, Whole30 might be the diet for you. This breakfast bowl is creamy and delicious.

Zucchini Noodle Breakfast Bowl
Who said zucchini noodles are only for breakfast? Top with an egg and some roasted sweet potatoes for a delicious Whole30 approved breakfast.

Cinnamon-Raisin Chia Pudding
This chia pudding is naturally sweetened with dates and made with non-dairy milk so it’s sugar and dairy-free and the perfect Whole30 breakfast.

Sweet Potato Toast
So you can’t eat regular toast on Whole30, but you can eat sweet potato toast! Top with avocado, eggs, smoked salmon, whatever you like, it’ll taste delicious.