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February 2017
Diet fads, by definition, rise and fall in popularity. Nobody asks us about the Atkins diet anymore, for example, and the number of non-celiac patients looking to eliminate gluten, which was so high just a few years ago, has dwindled to a trickle.

These days, we commonly field questions about the Whole30® diet, which people are using in hopes of losing weight for weddings, improving medical conditions, or attaining other goals.

You probably suspect, and accurately so, that we are not fans of Whole30, but you may not fully understand why. This month, we explain.

Jonah Soolman, Registered Dietitian / Co-Owner
He Said, She Said: Whole30®
He Said

Whole30 might change your life, but perhaps not in the ways that you hope. Let's take a closer look at the program and examine three questions that address how the claims and expectations stack up against what really happens when someone embarks on such a journey. Read More
She Said

It's not a bad thing to want to eat healthfully and reap the benefits, but I firmly believe that flexibility is key to developing a healthy relationship with food and one's body. Read More 

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Love, Food Podcast

We recently recorded an episode of Julie Duffy Dillon's podcast, Love, Food, during which we responded to a listener who is trying to become an intuitive eater; she questions if she can really trust her body and worries if such an approach will really help her with her blood sugar and triglyceride issues.

Visit our Interviews page to give it a listen.
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