6 Things You Need to Know Before Trying Whole30
Let’s start with what I like about the Whole30. First, the name is no joke: The Whole30 really is an eating plan that emphasizes real food — not processed meals and snacks that regularly sneak into our diets. It also has a built-in support system on social media that encourages accountability.
For those just tuning in, this buzzy diet skips sugar, alcohol, grains, legumes, and dairy for 30 days. It permits meat, seafood, eggs, veggies, fruit, and “natural fats” like vegetable oils, coconut oil, and tree nuts.
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That said, this plan is not only restrictive, but it’s backed by zero scientific research to support its long-term efficacy and safety! Instead, it’s based on pure conjecture,