GlennR Posted March 1, 2015 Share Posted March 1, 2015 Anyone who has tried Whole30 quickly realizes that most grocery store aisles quickly become redundant, at least for the duration of the Whole30, when you tend to frequent the meat and veggie sections almost exclusively. Now, imagine if the processed food sections actually disappeared ... because most everyone is eating Whole30ish -- i.e., real food, minimal processing, certain food groups (dairy, legumes) taking up dramatically dramatically less space in peoples' diets. What happens? The world economy crashes? The ecosystem overloads since people will be eating more meat that currently? Or we adjust and become a bucolic utopia? What do you think? One thing I feel confident will happen: the restaurant industry will quickly adjust. There is nothing inherently difficult about switching to Whole30 principles in preparing food in eateries. In fact, I'm just waiting for Whole30ish restaurants to start sprouting once Whole30 starts to really penetrate the general population (as it seems to be doing). That will offer a welcome break to my constant cooking. (Sorry for putting it in this forum. Closest one that seemed to fit. There isn't any "Whole30 Philosophical Musings" forum, unfortunately. ) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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