howswelegant Posted November 7, 2013 Share Posted November 7, 2013 I've now finished two Whole30s...the first was very successful, the second was a bit anticlimactic. Now I'm doing some soul searching about what I eat when I'm not on a Whole30 and why. I found myself wondering... If it takes a Whole30 (or 20+ days) to convert to a fat burning metabolism...what does it take to transition back? I assume it's not one non-compliant meal. And I assume a week of eating candy and cookies would do it. But I'm guessing most people fall somewhere in the middle, post Whole30...I'm just wondering if there's any criteria around losing fat burner status? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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