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The one you've linked is a good how-to, it covers the rules, what to expect,  and troubleshooting some common issues people have.

It Starts With Food gets into more the reasons behind the rules, a little more of the science behind the Whole30. It does also cover the rules for Whole30, but doesn't necessarily get as much into troubleshooting or what to expect. 

Either book is good, but it really depends on what you're wanting to get out of it. 

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