Honest Whole30 Diet Review | Doctor Mike On Diets | Wednesday Checkup

Honest Whole30 Diet Review | Doctor Mike On Diets | Wednesday Checkup

– I wanna try Whole30
myself for the next month. Hey guys, welcome to another diet review. You’ve seen me cover intermitting fasting, keto, well now it’s time
for me to cover another incredibly popular diet. This time were taking on Whole30. Are you ready? (vocalizing) (music) Let’s thank Thrive Market
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for you waiting in your inbox. All right, let’s talk Whole30. Many people call this a diet, and I feel that’s like
somewhat of a misnomer. I think it should be called
the Whole30 challenge or a Whole30 reset because what it does is it eliminates certain
food groups very strictly for the first 30 days, and then allows you to
gradually reintroduce them back into your diet and see how they affect your body. There are eight hard and
fast rules that you have to follow religiously during Whole30. If you break one of
these rules and slip up, you have to restart the 30 day cycle, because as the founders
describe in their book, it’s not just the reset
of the diet you eat. It’s an elimination diet
and if you reintroduce one of the foods in prematurely, that’s gonna skew the results
and you won’t learn as much from the 30-day period. Don’t consume any added
sugars or sweeteners, artificial or otherwise. Do not consumer alcohol in any form. Do not eat grains. This includes wheat,
rye, barley, oats, corn, rice, quinoa, and buckwheat. Do not eat legumes. This includes beans of all kinds, peas, chickpeas, lentils, and peanuts. This also includes all forms of soy, soy sauce, miso, tofu, tempeh. No go on dairy. This includes cow’s, goat’s,
or sheep’s milk products such as milk, cream, cheese,
kefir, yogurt, sour cream, ice cream, and frozen yogurt. The only exceptions are
clarified butter or ghee. No consumption of
carrageenans, sulfites, or MSG. Do not try and recreate baked
goods, treats, or junk foods with approved ingredients. You can’t weigh yourself or
take measurements of any kind. This means no calorie counting as well. While there are claims of
improved athletic performance, sleep, fat loss, improved cognition, decreased food cravings, the majority of the claims
really center around the fact that you’re gonna have an
improved relationship with food, that you’ll have understanding of how food affects your body, what
works, what doesn’t, and because of that, your ultimately gonna be a healthier person. I thought it would be
beneficial to do what I like about Whole30 and then state my concerns, and after that I’ll give you an overall guidance on what I would
recommend to a patient, generally speaking if they’re
sitting in front of me. My favorite thing about Whole30 is that it absolutely makes you swear
off sugary, over processed, junk food. Now if you watch any piece of my content, this is the first piece of
advice I’d give to anybody, because if you can eliminate that alone, you’re gonna see
tremendous health benefits, and if I’m gonna give
a little spoiler here, I think a lot of the benefits of Whole30 come from just eliminating that. It certainly can help
with weight loss because if your gonna go on an
elimination diet where you’re you’re taking foods out, especially foods that
are quite unhealthy and contribute to obesity. Odds are you’re gonna be
losing weight as a result. It puts a focus on real
and whole foods because often times when were dieting, we’re trying to find short
cuts and ways that we can still eat foods that are
unhealthy and over processed. This really makes you focus
and eat vegetables, plant-based foods, and that seems to
be at the core of Whole30. I love that it takes the
focus away from weighing yourself every single day. I have to many patients
that get over zeroed in on these numbers, and forget that eating
well is not just about losing weight, but it’s
also about being healthy, and if we get to focused on the numbers, we can often times neglect
other factors of our diets that can contribute
to health problems. It can increase consumer competency. What I mean is that your
gonna more away of what ingredients are found in your foods. For example, many people
don’t know that sugar is found in ketchup. Therefor, ketchup is not
a Whole30 approved food. Knowing those little insights and tidbits, can go a long way even if you don’t follow Whole30 for the rest of your life. It can change your eating
habits for the better by increasing your awareness
of how food integrates into your lifestyle. For example, if your
coming home every night and you’re having two
glasses wine to decompress. After doing Whole30 you
may find a different, maybe even healthier,
alternative way to decompress without needing alcohol. In addition, it highlight
how certain food choices can affect your cravings. It’s that gut-brain connection
we sometimes talk about where if you eat a lot of sugary foods, it’s actually gonna encourage
you to eat more of that. There’s actually a great
study that I covered on my YouTube channel about
how processed foods can affect the amount of calories you take in throughout the day. That’s definitely gonna be
dropped down below in my description, so check that one out. Here’s my first and main
concern with Whole30, I think it puts an over-emphasis
on anecdotal evidence of people who’ve had
tremendous success with the Whole30 platform. The next 30 days will change your life. They will change the way
you think about food, they will change your taste, it
will change your habits and your cravings, it will restore healthy
emotional relationships with food and with your body, the physical benefits
of Whole30 are profound, a full 96% of participants
lose weight and improve their body composition without
counting or restricting calories. Also commonly reported, consistently high energy
levels, better sleep, improved focus, mental
clarity, and a return to a healthy digestive system, improved athletic performance,
and a sunnier disposition. I know way doubt that there
were these benefits in some of the people that have done Whole30. To make this promise
that this is gonna happen to almost everybody that does it, I don’t like over-promising
results to my patients because I think that ultimately
provides them a disservice. It makes them believe that
this is the miracle cure-all thing that they’ve been waiting for, and in some cases it is, it may be true. Someone who has been eating
junk food their whole life, has disordered digestive
system because they’ve been eating this junk, this can help and this
can change their life, but to make it seem like
no matter who you are this is gonna change your life, I think it’s a bit of an over-statement. As a practicing physician,
I know that patients who are suffering with diseases are really susceptible to any
kind of marketing hype that’s promising them a
cure for their illness’s. On the cover of this book it says, more significant, many people
have reported the magical elimination of a variety
of symptoms, diseases, and conditions in just 30 days, and they go onto list a
whole host of conditions including eczema, psoriasis,
chronic fatigue, asthma, sinus infections, allergies,
migraines, acid reflex, Crohn’s, celiac, IBS,
bipolar disorder, depression, Lyme’s disease, endometriosis,
PCOS, and even autism. They don’t out right
state that Whole30 is the cure for any of these conditions because then they would be in legal trouble, but the fact that they’re even
conflating the possibility that Whole30 can be a
treatment for autism or a cure for autism, I think that borderline is
a little bit ridiculous and again is doing a
disservice to our patients. What I think is quite
interesting is that some of the symptoms that Whole30 aims to remove, can actually be caused by
a nutritional deficiency, and Whole30 on its own
can exacerbate some of these nutritional deficiencies. For example, imagine
I have a patient who’s chronically fatigued and
having difficulty with energy levels and sleep so on so fourth, and I find that there Vitamin D deficient, that they have a very low Vitamin D level. Now, eliminating all types
of dairy will certainly exacerbate that condition, but had I not run these
tests beforehand and the patient went on Whole30
without consulting me first, think about the negative outcomes
that could have occurred. Putting junk and processed
foods aside for a moment, the foods that you’re
eliminating while on Whole30, can be problematic to some people, but for most, eliminating
them will yield no benefit and in actually some
cases can fuel nutritional deficiencies or even
exacerbate medical problems. Something else that’s
problematic is that Whole30 tries very hard to be a
proper elimination diet, which is the gold standard
that doctors use trying to identify food sensitivities, but while it comes close, it’s not exactly accurate. For example, if were gonna
do a restrictive diet of any sort, we would do it for 90 days because that’s how long it takes for the
immune system to sort of shut down its response. On top of that, I rarely jump to saying let’s eliminate everything
and see what sticks. It’s kind of a shock on
approach that may work in some instances, but may
also make my patient’s life so much more problematic
than it needs to be, and in their reintroduction
protocol within the book, they say to introduce foods
every two, three days, but then they go on to say
to contradict themselves, that you may have a negative
reaction a week later. So, at that point you’ve
already introduced three foods. How do you know which one is
causing a negative reaction? It really becomes problematic
that this is not done in a systemic way like we
would do in a medical center, and finally I’m not a huge
fan of restrictive diets like this because generally
you they don’t have long-term success rates and I fear that
there could be psychological problems that develop
when you say to yourself, you absolutely can’t have a
single cookie or your a failure. I mean, that sort of anxiety
is not good for anybody, especially those who are
prone to disordered eating. So, what’s my overall take
on this Whole30 challenge? I think it’s quite interesting. I think it’s cool to be
able to give yourself a test of will power for thirty days. I am the main proponent
of removing junk food, processed food, increasing
whole foods in your diet, so I totally agree with Whole30 on that. However, if I have a patient
that’s having some sort of symptoms that their concerned about, I wouldn’t jump to giving
them a restrictive diet to figure out if it’s the result of food sensitivities without
doing some testing first. So my recommendation, if your having some sort
of weird symptoms going on and you’re considering Whole30, pump the brakes a little bit. Ask your doctor, talked
to a registered dietician, is this right for you, have you checked everything else that
can be contributing to your symptoms? Once you do that and you
have the all clear from a registered health professional, by all means check it out
and let me know how it goes. Whole30 isn’t for everybody
and it’s not perfect, but there’s some certain
core principles within Whole30 that are absolutely
ideal for everybody, and I think by following it,
learning a little bit more about our own bodies, that can actually do some good, so I’m a fan. I wanna try Whole30
myself for the next month. I’m gonna do exactly as it says, follow those eight principles, and I’m gonna vlog along
the way letting you know how my little journey is going. Are you excited? If you’re excited, definitely let me know
down below in the comments. If you have any outstanding questions, ask them down below. As you know, I’m very active
in the comment section and if you want to check
out a really cool video, click right here. As always, stay happy and healthy. (music)

100 thoughts on “Honest Whole30 Diet Review | Doctor Mike On Diets | Wednesday Checkup

  1. I’m not sure if you’d ever do it but I’d really like to see a video on chronic pain management or even one on genetic disorders and living with them (I have miserable malalignment syndrome) I don’t see a lot about that stuff and think you’d be great at explaining it!! It would be really interesting and probably helpful for a quite a few people!

  2. Hey Dr. Mike, do you or any other medical professionals you know forget things sometimes? I wanna be a physical therapist one day but have the fear of retaining so many information that I might not be able to know it all. Any advice? Thanks!

  3. Is anyone else concerned that his videos are sponsored? It seems unethical for a doctor, given he may be giving suggestions somehow influenced by a company.
    Mmmm should everyone really be using Thrive Market though?

  4. Sounds a bit like the low Fod Map diet. My Mum had to follow that and gradually reintroduce certain foods to discover what was giving her symptoms. She has Sjogren's and as a result it gave her many food intolerances cause it went undiagnosed for 20+ years. She followed it under the guidance of her specialist DR though and has to take supplements due to certain foods she can't eat.

  5. Q:How do you deal with failure? (Or did when you were in med school)
    School just started and im not ready I did take my first exam and I didnt do well even tho I studied for hours😭😞

  6. As someone with Celiac, I appreciate your clarification on it's claims to treat disease. It's also true you should always do a vitamin panel if you're not feeling 100% before turning to diet. Recently, I'd been feeling more fatigued, and saw my symptoms lined up with Anemia (as well as chronic fatigue syndrome and depression), but I figured I'd start with the basics, vitamins. I used to be vitamin D deficient, and I take in absolutely no Dairy, however- my whole foods 365 unsweetened Almond milk has vitamin D in it which have kept my levels normal. Even though almond milk is a processed food, for me, it's been healthy.

    Turns out, I was anemic, and after iron supplements and some lean steak (I eat TONS of Spinach and greens daily, but it's just not enough) I feel so much better. No more getting dizzy in workout classes.

  7. Whoop whoop! On the September Whole 30 myself. This is my third time over the past 3 years. It is a great reset when I’ve allowed myself to go off the rails for too long. Resets my relationship with food and my dependence to turn to food during hard times… then after I tend to do a less restrictive, more Paleo-ish approach. Can’t wait to see what you think. It’s definitely not for everyone, but if you go in with the right mindset, it can be a extremely beneficial!

  8. My naturopath put me on a very restricted diet (very similar to WHole 30) to try to reset my digestion. I can tell you that I was on this "diet" for years and yes, it did mostly reset my digestion and eliminated my food sensitivities, BUT the psychological damage that came along with the diet wasn't worth it. I now have a very disordered relationship with food (as soon as I got the all clear I basically ate everything I could because I promised myself never to restrict myself again) and I swung completely the other way. All this to say that if you are doing any elimination diet, please make sure you have some sort of mental health support to go along with it. Our society revolves around food and not being able to go out with friends or eat what other people are eating has a HUGE psychological impact on you, more than you probably will realize until you're in the situation.

  9. I'm school, I used to drink milk every day — specifically chocolate milk. I had very poor digestion, and had trouble completely digesting foods. I found some research connecting caraageenan to digestive problems and IBS symptoms. Turns out caraageenan is in the chocolate milk I had been drinking (as well as pretty much all chocolate dairy products D: ), so I cut it out of my diet and over the course of about a month my problems that I had suffered with for years went away. Several months later I accidentally ate something with it and man, it was awful. Dairy products are fine as long as they don't contain it, for me.

    I share this because nobody I talk to has heard of this ingredient, and I hadn't even heard of it before I read about it. I hope this can help someone else have the results I have.

  10. Excuse me, I have autism and I am kind of offended that whole 30 is trying to say it can cure autism, like that's not possible

  11. I really appreciate the information you covered on this diet! I would list them all, but you literally covered everything I was hoping you would cover. It's my hope that people see this video and more information like this, instead of succumbing to the marketing hype, only to quite possibly be very let down later.

    I am personally not an advocate for any "type" of diet (yet I also understand some people actually need specific diets). Instead, I think we needs to continue to educate ourselves and be aware of our intake, and find a way that will work for us. For me personally, I'm about 20lbs "over" weight, but I refuse to shame myself for it. Instead, I monitor my intake, and monitor my cravings. If fulfilling a craving will make me truly happy that moment, then c'mon it'll be okay! I've been slowly but surely working out the really bad shit, and my goal is for slow growth and long-term health.

    Thanks, Doctor.!

  12. Hey Dr.Mike, I was wondering with the rise of your popularity on YouTube, would you ever quit practicing medicine to do YouTube full time?

  13. I personally think the Whole 30 diet is missing out by cutting legumes! Legumes are SO GOOD for your health! But I understand that its supposed to be an elimination thing

  14. Dr. Mike, thank you for your videos, they help me think about things. I really appreciate what you are doing for humanity. Thank you.

  15. I found out that recently I can't follow a restricted diet(I did it in the past tho) I can easily avoid foods on my own if I want but if I feel obliged about quantities or forced to eat something I don't like I get anxious and lost my nerves and turn in to a kid complaining and even crying idk why, also I can't drink tea or coffee so I can't cut milk and cacao

  16. I’m going to go against the grain and NOT recommend this diet to anyone. Anyone that makes the claims that this diet did already takes away my trust in the validity of the creators.

    Here’s the thing, the benefits of this diet are not to be credited to this diet. Eliminating processed junk and eating whole real foods can be done just by reading and understanding labels, which is so much more important to teach. As for everything else like nuts, grains, and dairy, we all know they can contribute to weight gain, however they also contain nutrients our body needs, and especially those that are vegetarian, you rely on these. I think it’s better to teach how to limit these items instead of eliminating them for 30 days, since you’ll go right back to it after you’ve been without them for a while.

  17. When people say they're going on a diet they generally mean to lose weight but technically isnt everyone already on a diet because a diet means what you eat?

  18. I read in the news that a guy went blind from eating just white bread and chips or something. Can you explain the connection between diet and vision?

  19. cool !! i just started whole30 sep 3rd and i really agree with every single word you said!! love ur channel !keep going

  20. Hi Doctor Mike I saw your story, and you earned all those views/ likes actually you’re the only YouTuber who deserves this because you help other people🤓

  21. Doctor Mike, you should do a month of the 4 most common food allergies/intolerances. But show how it affects restraunt experiences. It's not going to be fun, but I wish my doctor's had more empathy when I was diagnosed with my food intolerances.

  22. It's still so hard for me to fathom that doctors like you actually exist…
    My dad has high cholesterol and triglycerides and about 12 years ago he survived his pancreas problems by a miracle. Since then he takes many pills a day. He's also a diabetic and has a list of other problems. Usually pills come in packages of 28 and since he has to take one every day, he needs two packages a month so he wouldn't miss last few days of the month. As a result, he asked his doctor to give him two packages right away, because he can only get them on the 1st of the month. The only thing she told him was not to take those pills every day, because "it's not like they matter anyway" as she said. The devices that are used for measuring cholesterol and triglycerides aren't even able to measure his blood levels of it and he would die if there weren't for these. She, as his doctor, just tried to convince him that he's mistaken, even tho she had it all written down and it's not like that was their appointment. On top of it all, they're the most unfriendly at all times and just encourage us to leave and sometimes scold us for coming in with concerns. I live in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Send help.

  23. Doctor Mike: I had to do Low – FODMAP diet (which seems similar, but takes longer if reintroducing things correctly) due to GI issues after speaking with a Doctor. I think that really worked for me. I cut out some foods for good through this method. It was good to just reset my system. I ended up finding processed foods gross when I tried some a month after starting FODMAP. Also used to drink Coke a lot, and now think it's so gross. So I do think the reset helped in a lot of ways. It's super difficult for a lot of people and was not easy for me, but I like structure anyway, so I was for it. Plus after 15 years of issues, I was down for anything to help. I'd be interested to see what you think of Whole30, especially given the reintroduction issue it seems to have vs. a slower more structured reintroduction of FODMAP.

  24. Plz make a vid on fat/weight loss.
    Whether one should follow VLCD or 2000 calorie and what helps during fat loss.
    How many meals should one consume in one day and what would starvation by VLCD lead to?
    Dire need of legitimate info. Everyone instructs different things which really confuses a person

  25. I would like you to make a blood test before starting the diet (as you would for a patient) and talk about what could be bad for YOU to not consume in this 30days and afterward a 2. Bloodtest to see, if it really chanced anything… =) (AND WHILE YOUR AT IT, GET YOUR BLOOD TYP!! ;)) ps I am 0-

  26. Dr. Mike…I'm a sufferer of curved backbone and unequal leg length.. whenever i lay down on my bed at ni8… i suffer from a severe back pain.. what should i do?

  27. Dr mike you should make a scary virus story series where you talk about scary Deasesise lflesh eating ones. Likeso he can see this

  28. best of luck you to with this “challenge.” as someone who literally lives off sugar i’d fail real quick

  29. I’m perplexed as to why any medical professional would recommend or feature such a clearly restrictive diet! 🤬 It is a known fact that eating balanced, healthy foods and exercise are the only lasting way to loss weight and to maintain one’s physical health.


  30. What are your opinions on AIP, autoimmune protocol? Some people claim their autoimmune diseases are fixed, but I saw no difference whatsoever in my psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis. (Eating a real-food diet, not Stouffer's at every meal, did make a difference in my arthritis, but I didn't see any difference cutting out my favorite foods 😂)

  31. Can you make a video about how school(subjects like math, science etc) has an effect on our brain..that learning strengthens our brain and slows down brain aging

  32. Heua Dr. Mike! In all of your videos you have the fitbit on. Even when you show going to bed and getting up in the morning. I don't really know anything about the fitbit. Your usecof it is making me want to look into it. My question is: "Do you wear the fitbit all the time. Even when you are sleeping?
    Thanks! Stay happy and healthy! 😉

  33. It so annoyed by celebrities by everyone a diet is what you eat just get that straight. A just so stupid to say am I do a 30 challenge the thing is people can't be doing that and your doctor you should really know better..

  34. I always thought I ate really healthfully. Then I did Whole 30 last year and realized how much hidden sugar is in EVERYTHING! It made me so angry…Whole 30 really opens your eyes to hidden crap in “healthy” foods. It made me much more mindful of what I eat, even a year after doing it.

  35. You don't need Whole 30. Just stop eating sugar, and eat out less (all restaurant food is bad for you).
    There's no point in eliminating legumes, grains, or dairy. Just reduce carbs and dairy. Eliminating them is not healthy. There's no reason whatsoever to cut out legumes unless you are allergic to them, that's bollocks.
    You don't need Whole 30 to increase awareness of food. Just read food labels. Not hard.
    This "diet challenge" is complete nonsense.

  36. I think for myself that I had to eliminate certain things like sugar. I wasn't in a place that I could stop eating at 1 cookie. I am sure I'm not the only one! I ate pretty strict paleo for about 2 years. Whole 30 is just a version of paleo eating that uses a 30 day cycle. I have a pretty bad issue with dairy and gluten, it was destroying my health. I am so happy I tried this type of eating and it got me eating vegetables. The original also has a plan for including treat meals(% committment level depending on health and goals) in the plan for the sake of sustainability for a lifetime. For me, even though i don't cheat on my food sensitivities, there are other ways to let loose a bit and enjoy foods but in a way that won't destroy me. I still use the skills I learned eating this way as something to fall back on. I do think it has a mineral blind spot and compensate for that with supplements etc.

  37. can you talk about body scraping to cure the common cold? there has been arguments that it is not good for you because it opens up the pores too much but it also make you feel good and warm. It's a very famous method to cure a cold in south east asia

  38. I think when people go on a certin diet That's a trend, the diets are a fancy and acceptable way of saying anorexia in the making. Just keep eating but not so much. Eat whole foods that you made yourself. My boyfriend and I started eating healthy but are super tired, like we have to get home to nap. It seams like if I go off the wagon and eat potato chips I am not so tired. My boyfriend drinks milk, I don't but I take vitamin d3. Still tired.

  39. My grandpa always told me if I had a small cut on my arm to suck the blood is that bad for you? I stopped doing it years ago because I thought it was weird what are your thoughts?

  40. I'm a little disappointed you keep doing these fad diets. I think you do a good job of analyzing them after (though maybe are a bit too kind about their bs), but I'm willing to bet there are a lot of people out there who see doctor mike + diet = good diet without watching the video.

  41. how are u getting ur carbohydrates if they are eliminating common-everyday carbohydrates? don't people tend to eat more when it's colder because the body needs the energy to keep itself warm?

  42. u know the cough into ur arms and not into ur palms thing that dr.mike mentioned. I thought it someone else(my friend's student) and told him, that doctors, do this.when he coughed the second time he coughed into his arms.

  43. Dr. Mike can you review cleaner/disinfectants? What is the safest and most effective? Have you heard of Force of Nature cleaning solution? Thanks!!

  44. Can you please do a topic on heart attack and if someone’s having one and how to deal with one please, really concerned thanks

    Plz like so he can see

  45. Can you do a video on answering DMs because I DMed you about something medical that is happening with my grandma that I don’t know what it is and what it can cause. I want to know what she needs to do and what we can do.

  46. Could u do a video about what everyone should eat in general cause when I ask for advice all I get is eat your greens and cut the sugar but i feel like there's more to it

  47. I'm actually in the middle of a Whole30 cleanse and was very happy to see this because the PA who told me to try it didn't tell me anything about it except she and her husband did it. I did my own research and decided it was the best option for me, mostly because I was learning towards transitioning to a whole food diet, but wasn't sure how to start. I'm glad I did. My energy level is up, but I have been craving cheese like crazy.

    For sure, though, it's making me a better consumer. I didn't realize how much food had added sugar until I was looking for some compliant sausage. I went through the entire meat cooler before I found one package I could eat.

    I would suggest reading their supplemental material as well. It Starts With Food is their "science-based" evidence on why this works, and Food Freedom Forever is how to maintain a healthy way of eating after completing Whole30 and reintroduction. Your feedback on those would be extremely interesting to me.

  48. Dr mike I love your videos! However Whole 30 is definitely not for me. I’ve tried strict diets before and they did not go over well lol I’ll stick with not drinking pop and an overall healthy diet

  49. This guy is reviewing the Book not the Diet….Dairy doesn't help with vitamin D( vitamin D on dairy is not Bio available)….Are you really a doctor?

  50. Hi Doctor Mike. I love your videos.. they are very informative. Could you please make a video on PCOS considering a lot of women are suffering from it and don't know how to deal with the sudden weight gain, hair loss etc. Could you please tell us how to keep our PCOS in control, what should we eat and we should not and what kind of exercises do we need considering it's really hard to loose weight if you have PCOS.

  51. it’s hilarious that whole30 are saying this process could help stop autism. saying this is continuing to create stigma around autism, which already affects my life. whole30 is a good idea but don’t call it a correction for autism because it isn’t and will never be one.

  52. Hi Dr. Mike. Could you watch the Michael Moore documentary "Sicko" and then give us your thoughts on how America finances its healthcare versus other western countries like England, France, Norway and Canada? Do you think it's unfair that America doesn't have universal healthcare like a lot of other western countries?

  53. Please please do CARNIVORE! I know it's crazy, but 2 weeks definitely won't kill you. 😃😃 Did strict carnivore for 40 days and it was life-changing! Mental health boost, energy over the top, acne gone, absolutely no cravings whatsoever. Please?😊😊

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