The Whole30: The 30-Day Guide to Total Health and Food
Freedom by Melissa Hartwig| Book Summary | Readtrepreneur
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Have a better health, so you can have a better life. Learn how to approach a
healthy mind and body transformation with The Whole30.
The Whole30 focuses on striking misconceptions and giving you a step-by-step plan so you can
improve your eating habits and enjoy a better life! With 100+ chef-developed recipes, you won't
run low on delicious and healthy eating options for you and your family. And also, as a nice little
bonus, the book includes real-life success stories so you won't have a hard time finding
inspiration when improving your health
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with the original author in any way)
"It is not hard. Don't you dare tell us this is hard. Quitting
heroin is hard. Beating cancer is hard. Drinking your coffee
black. Is. Not. Hard" – Melissa Hartwig
After her fascinating best-selling title It Starts With Food, Melissa Hartwig came back to give
the help you need to rebuild your eating habits. The Whole30 will focus on aiding you to
eradicate unhealthy habits, cravings, a bad digestion and a weak immune system.
Melissa Hartwig stresses that improving your eating habits doesn't need to be a
lousy experience. The Whole30 contains a wide variety of delicious and healthy
dishes that would make you love being on a diet.
P.S. The Whole30 is a fascinating book that will not only improve your eating habits by
following a bunch of delicious recipes but it also serves as an inspiration for you to become a
more skilled cook and design your delicious, healthy recipes.
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