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Almost done with my first Whole 30 (actually it's a Whole 37 - I extended a week). I just had a couple of questions for any veteran Whole30-ers:


- Are there any advantages of splitting up each non-compliant food group even further? So I'm starting with legumes and was going to try peanut butter, then corn, then beans with two days in between.


- If I do this, should I only have one serving of the non-compliant food per day?


I'm still unsure if I want to do it this way but wanted to see if anyone had any insight!



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Hey there!

Yes, there is indeed much value in splitting up the food groups like you suggest. If you have the time and inclination, then that's actually the ideal.

If you want to go even further, you could try one serving a day and then two the next day and see how it goes... for some people it's a combined volume thing and some is okay but lots isn't... this is the hardest thing to figure out usually....

Just a note about the 'two days in between'. Two days is fine if you have no reaction but if you feel ill or get any adverse symptoms to what you are trialling, you need to do enough days between that your slate is wiped clean again... that can be two days or five or more, depending on how severe your reaction to the food group is.

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