Have you ever heard of the whole30 diet? What about its benefits and downsides? Are you still not sure whether to follow it or not? Do you want to know everything there is about this diet, in simple and easy words, without complicate medical jargon? If so, I’d like to congratulate you. You have just found the perfect place to get satisfying answers to all those question and walk out with a big smile on your cheeks. Let’s not waste much more time on this and get to the cheesy meaty of what this article has in store for you. To make it easier for you, especially if you don’t have the time to go through the whole article, here is an easy to navigate menu for you. Have a look at it and see you in the other side of the river!To better unders what the whole30 diet is, let’s divide it into two parts that make its name; whole and thirty. If you just take a moment and think about it, you will get the idea behind the whole30 diet. Basically, it is a diet system that promotes going for a full month, 30 days, eating only whole foods. For a month, you eat nothing but good and whole foods, like fruits, vegetables, meat, fish, seeds, and nuts. You basically ditch all the crap out of your plate. You get rid of the carbs, sugars, processed foods and anything that’s classified under as “unhealthy”. We will come into the foods you can eat and the list of those you better steer away from in a moment.
What Is The Whole30 Diet?
Is There Any Scientific Proof Supporting This Whole30 Diet Thing?For this diet system, there is unfortunately no scientific evidence to support its claims. So, what you have to do is to rely heavily on trial and error. In other words, you need to try it out and see yourself. After all, it is just 30 days. Not a big deal! Now, Let’s have a look at some of the pros and cons of following the whole thirty diet. Open next page to continue reading.