Whole 30 is not a diet (although significant weight loss has been reported) but more of a change in your lifestyle and food choices. It's based on the Paleo Diet. Eating healthier and following the plan for 30 days has also made a significant difference in people who have aches and pains, diabetes and other health issues. According to testaments in the book, many have reduced or done away with medication and report feeling better physically.
The book has a lot of information/meal plans and well worth getting, but in addition there are free downloads on the Whole 30 site. Before you get started print the shopping list on the free download page.
I'll be posting my daily progress and started today by weighing and taking body measurements. The recommendation is to not do this again for 30 days, but I'm curious about the effect by following the plan so will post weight loss and inches lost once a week.
2 Scrambled eggs with sauteed spinach
Baked chicken breast
2 apples (I felt hungry and ate these in the afternoon)