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  1. Hello all! My name is Sarah and I am new to Whole 30! I had not even really heard of this regimen until recently. For the past two years I have been struggling with my health and weight. I had previously lost a lot of weight in high school on Weight Watchers and maintained that through some of college. I had also tried the Keto Diet a couple years ago which I found particularly difficult and hard to sustain despite losing some weight ( I gained it back and then some!). I am looking forward to trying Whole 30 and sticking to the program! I'm also feeling particularly motivated (but also stressed) because I am getting married in six months so the pressure is on! What attracts me most to this program is the avoidance of added sugars, alcohol, and the eschewing of the scale. I hope to be successful and am excited about the community support! We can do this! -Sarah