I’ve probably tried reading this book 3-4 times before and I finally got through the entire book. It’s not that this book isn’t packed full of great information, it’s almost has too much information that it becomes overwhelming to read. This book explains the Whole30 diet and lifestyle down to the most scientific details. So, if you are interested in finding out all the science behind the Whole30 movement, it’s all there. However, if you want a less scientific and much easier to read book on Whole30, I recommend the book: The Whole30: The 30-Day Guide to Total Health and Food Freedom.
Review Submitted by: Joni Schoeny
Challenge: Book I started but never finished