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It's no secrete there is no one-size-fits-all approach to a healthy lifestyle. Successful eating plans need to be individualized and take the whole person into consideration.


Prior to starting a new diet plan, consult with your healthcare provider or a registered dietitian, especially if you have an underlying health condition.


The Whole30 diet is a month-long elimination diet. The premise is that many common foods in Western diets—sugar, alcohol, grains, dairy, legumes, and certain food additives—can be harmful to your overall health, well-being, and energy levels.

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Melissa Hartwig Urban and Dallas Hartwig created the Whole30 program in 2009, describing it in their New York Times bestseller, "It Starts With Food." In practice, it is not a diet, but a short-term nutritional reset claiming to eliminate several food groups that could adversely affect the body, allowing it to heal and repair itself.


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Diet Plan (Whole30)

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