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PREVIEW: The Whole30: The 30-Day Guide to Total Health and Food Freedom by Melissa and Dallas Hartwig is a set of health-centric dietary guidelines that promote optimal well-being. By eliminating certain food groups, it's possible to reset your system and rid your life of health problems ranging from pesky symptoms to chronic diseases. All it takes is thirty days.
Most people know that eating too much sugar or indulging in too much bread can be bad for your waistline and your health. What many don't realize is that less obvious foods-choices you may regard as healthful, nutritious foods-can be damaging to your system in ways that negatively impact your health. Symptoms you may have associated with getting older or untreatable conditions like allergies may in fact be rooted in these secretly harmful foods. The Whole30 diet is designed to reduce inflammation, heal leaky gut syndrome, and correct hormonal imbalances so that you can experience the true baseline of your health, and make more thoughtful choices based on that knowledge. Once you become aware that, say, gluten lowers your energy levels and dairy makes your sinuses stuffy, you will almost certainly be more inclined to avoid those foods.
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