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Whole30 vs Mediterranean Diet

Does the diet have anything in common? While eating anything on both the whole 30 and the Mediterranean diet, no plan requires calorie bill. "Because you eat a lot of plants for fuel on both diets, the quantity is not limited," Annessa said. The results for each diet can also have similar effects depending on the person. "It has been shown that the Mediterranean diet can reduce the risk of cancer and heart disease and overall mortality," Vanessa Rissetto, RD, told POPSUGAR. Whole30 may have similar benefits, Annessa noted, including lowering cholesterol, improving heart health and increasing energy levels. What are you going to try? There is no clear answer for this and it depends largely on your lifestyle and the likelihood of adhering to a restrictive eating plan like Whole30. For example, "a mother with four children and a full-time job without time for herself can also be educated with a restrictive diet that does not allow flexibility," says Vanessa. It is important to take a look at what is on your plate (no saying is intended) and decide if you see most success on Whole30 or perhaps a more flexible, long-term strategy like the Mediterranean diet, even if it means progress is slower to begin . Annessa agreed and said another alternative is to modify Whole30 based on your dietary needs. "If you know your body is handling legumes well, you don't feel the need to eliminate them. This is not a cookie-cutter process, and each person is…

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Does the diet have anything in common?

While eating anything on both the whole 30 and the Mediterranean diet, no plan requires calorie bill. “Because you eat a lot of plants for fuel on both diets, the quantity is not limited,” Annessa said. The results for each diet can also have similar effects depending on the person. “It has been shown that the Mediterranean diet can reduce the risk of cancer and heart disease and overall mortality,” Vanessa Rissetto, RD, told POPSUGAR. Whole30 may have similar benefits, Annessa noted, including lowering cholesterol, improving heart health and increasing energy levels.

What are you going to try?

There is no clear answer for this and it depends largely on your lifestyle and the likelihood of adhering to a restrictive eating plan like Whole30. For example, “a mother with four children and a full-time job without time for herself can also be educated with a restrictive diet that does not allow flexibility,” says Vanessa. It is important to take a look at what is on your plate (no saying is intended) and decide if you see most success on Whole30 or perhaps a more flexible, long-term strategy like the Mediterranean diet, even if it means progress is slower to begin .

Annessa agreed and said another alternative is to modify Whole30 based on your dietary needs. “If you know your body is handling legumes well, you don’t feel the need to eliminate them. This is not a cookie-cutter process, and each person is different,” she said. But what Whole30 may be beneficial for is a taste buds, especially if your sugar cravings have become undamaged. “Removing sugar will often lower the threshold of sweetness and stop the constant desires,” Annessa said.

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