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Whole30: is the restrictive diet worth it?


Whole30: is the restrictive diet worth it?
The News Journal

Another benefit is that the Whole30 gets people to rid their homes and diets of  processed foods and turn toward natural, whole foods, said Ellen Liskov, an outpatient nutrition specialist at Yale-New Haven Hospital. Whole30 prides itself on encouragi

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