sociologywoman32's own diet


The diet I'm following is the Whole 30 where you will eat whole foods for 30 days, this means, lean proteins, fruits, veggies, limited nuts and healthy fats.

It does eliminate all other foods not within the "whole" food category, meaning: nothing processed, no dairy, no alcohol, no beans, no white potatos (sweet are fine), no include rice, oatmeal, quinoa, no WHEAT, etc.

Definitnely worth checking out their website. The program is suppose to allow your body to heal, detox and repair critical areas of itsself while eliminating foods that can be toxic to the body or that cause sensitivities.

(sociologywoman32's food tips)

 Foods you can have

Breads, Grains, Cereals, Pasta, Rice
Meat and Fish
Fruit and Fruit Juices
Fresh Fruit
Canned, Cooked, Dried and Frozen Fruit
Fruit Juice
Vegetables and Legumes (e.g. Beans)
Dairy Products - Milk, Cheese, etc
Eggs and Egg Substitutes
Nuts and Seeds
Fats and Oils
Herbs, Spices, Sauces
Others, Snacks, Sweets, etc

Not OK

 How To Follow sociologywoman32's own diet:

go to Whole 30 or type in google.
  by member sociologywoman32
member since: 29 Oct 12

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sociologywoman32's top tips

1.Go to to find more information on this diet. Its a tougher almost Paleo type program.
2.Be prepared to follow the program for 30 days. Everytime you fall off the wagon you will need to restart.
3.This can be a tough program if you eat a lot of processed foods, sugars, etc. as this program eliminates those and allows your body to resit on whole, natural..good for you foods.
4.The first week is a tough one, but read through their articles and blogs for ideas.
5.BE PREPARED!! stock up, and prep foods well in advance and make menus having those foods will definintely help you from detouring.

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 Promotes long term weight loss
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