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How to Survive the Whole30 Challenge and Live to Tell the Tale

Liz, Caitlyn, and Brian — all had different motivations for starting the Whole30, from attempting to self-diagnose some minor health issues to trying to break unhealthy eating habits formed in college dining halls.  But interestingly enough, all three jumped into the program pretty quickly.  “You almost have to dive in,” Brian told me. Each also faced their own unique challenges throughout the 30 days.
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