If you've been wandering around health blogs or social media, the term Whole30 might be familiar to you. The first thing that pops up is the mind-boggling before and after photos. If you look at it that way, it almost seems like a no-brainer to try, right? It's not a diet – it's a way of life. Calories aren't counted, and you should only step on the scale before you begin the program and after you end it. What makes it different from other diets is that it teaches you how to live healthier. Habits gained from this diet will end up being the basis of your life for a long time. There are no strict timetables, macro counting or similar calculations. It's plain old changing your life from top to bottom.
Whole30 is not so different from other diets, but it requires planning way more seriously. While most diets only need you to buy new food and prepare them, Whole30 wants you to do more. Because of this, it's becoming harder and harder to call Whole30 a diet – it's more of a way of life. Cleaning your kitchen should be the first thing on the list. That cleanup must be thorough and detailed. Everything that's processed, sweet or alcoholic must go. We all have moments of weakness and temptation. By removing risky foods, you remove the risk of you breaking the diet.
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