What to know about the Whole30 diet
[Medical News Today, 5/9/19] The Whole30 diet is a 30-day program that aims to remove certain groups of foods, which it claims may harm a person’s health. Most people should be able to tolerate the diet, though some people may want to avoid it for several reasons.
Unlike many other diets, the Whole30 diet does not focus solely on weight loss or calorie counting, so it may not be right for people who are only looking to lose weight. Instead, the restrictions include groups of foods that a person can or cannot eat.
The end goal of the Whole30 diet is to reset the body and allow the person to then slowly add foods back into their diet and check for adverse reactions.
People making a fruit salad in kitchen using berries and apples for whole30 diet
The whole30 diet involves eating only certain food groups.
The Whole30 diet is a 30-day program created in 2009.
The basis for the program is to deal with underlying health issues in the body by removing certain groups of foods, which the creators of the diet believe are harmful.
The Whole30 website itself states that the diet helps to cut out food groups that it claims are:
According to the Whole30 program, these potentially harmful food groups include:…..
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