Whole30 diet

The Whole30 diet was created and popularized by sports nutritionists Dallas and Melissa Hartwig in their 2015 book.

This 30-day diet is described as a “short-term nutritional reset”. It is a high-protein, low-carb diet similar to other ketogenic diets. It emphasizes whole foods in their natural states when possible.

The 30-day program restricts sweeteners (natural and artificial), additives, alcohol, grains (including whole grains), legumes, some seed oils and dairy. Allowed are meat, seafood and eggs, nuts and seeds, vegetables and fruit.

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About This Diet

Foods that are restricted include:
Most additives and processed foods.
Sweeteners – real or artificial.
Alcohol.
All grains.
Legumes except green beans, sugar snap peas and snow peas.
Dairy except ghee and clarified butter.

Foods that are maybe OK in some instances include:
Dried fruit.
Seed oils.

Foods that are OK include:
Ghee and clarified butter.
Juice.
Vegetables including green beans, sugar snap peas and snow peas.
Vinegar except malt vinegar.

There are no caloric restrictions of allowed foods on this diet.

Note: Consult your doctor before making any changes to your diet.

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