Sim­i­lar­i­ties and Dif­fer­ences

Better Nutrition - - NATURAL BEAUTY -

Whole30 is a diet de­signed to re­set the way your body func­tions by com­pletely elim­i­nat­ing foods that may be caus­ing prob­lems for 30 days. The rules are firm, and there’s no room for cheat­ing, be­cause it would de­feat the re­set­ting process. Pa­leo, on the other hand, is an on­go­ing style of eat­ing, and oc­ca­sional, non- Pa­leo food is gen­er­ally con­sid­ered part of a re­al­is­tic rou­tine.

The ba­sics of Pa­leo ap­ply to Whole30: eat whole, un­pro­cessed foods; avoid legumes, grains, and dairy ( al­though Whole30 does al­low ghee or clar­i­fied but­ter). Things that may be ac­cept­able in a Pa­leo diet but not in Whole30 in­clude al­co­hol, any form of sweet­ener, any legume- de­rived in­gre­di­ents ( in­clud­ing soy lecithin in pack­aged foods), and pseudo- grains such as quinoa. Whole30 also frowns on recre­at­ing grain foods, such as pan­cakes or muffins made with co­conut flour or other grain alternatives, dur­ing the 30- day reg­i­men.

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