2. What Foods to Avoid?

Whole30 means removing the following foods from your eating plan: dairy, alcohol, grains, legumes, added sugar, and processed foods. Three meals are recommended on Whole 30 to end mindless eating, but occasional snacks are acceptable if you are still hungry.

Some examples of Whole 30 approved snacks are Larabars, a limited amount of nuts, and Justin’s almond butter. I also need to clarify a somewhat common misconception. Peanuts are legumes and not nuts so do not eat peanut butter or peanuts on Whole30. Nuts are walnuts, almonds, Brazil nuts, pecans, pistachios, and walnuts, but pay attention to serving sizes on Whole30.

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