Whole 30 Diet Brides

posted 2 months ago in Fitness
Post # 2
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818 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

Following as though I’m not a bride anymore, I’m starting Whole 30 today!

Post # 3
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203 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2016

My only advice is to make sure you’re taking in enough food to power through your workouts! I’m on a restricted diet right now also and I’ve had to cut back my workouts because I am not eating enough to go hard. Remember: exercise is for long term health, food is for short term weight loss, so choose which is more important to you accordingly. 

Post # 4
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317 posts
Helper bee

I know you didn’t ask for my opinion, but wth, I’m gonna give it anyway lol…

You don’t need a ‘special diet’ to lose weight (aka fat, because lets be honest, that’s what we try to lose when dieting). I generally don’t recommend special diets to people, especially those that cut out whole groups of food (if I remember correctly, Whole30 doesn’t allow grains, dairy or legumes). It’s not practical and it’s not sustainable. You can get great results while still eating those things, you just need to track what you’re eating, make sure you eat enough protein and fat, etc. There is nothing wrong with dairy, grains or legumes (ex: peanuts) for goodness sake. WHY would you want to unnecessarily limit your food options so much??? 

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