Back in January, I kicked off the first Reset (whole foods) challenge as a way to clean up our eating after the holidays and eliminate sugar overgrowth in the gut, sharing simple holistic health tips in daily emails. Those little changes can make a big difference. It was so rewarding to see the many success stories and “aha” moments!
In April, I hosted the second challenge with an emphasis on detoxifying our bodies and unclogging the liver (spring is the ideal time for this!) Again, we had a fantastic time supporting each other and learning how different foods made us feel as we slowly added things back in.
Now it’s time for round three… for September, the focus will be on our metabolism and I’ll be sharing some of the “health” foods that can wreak havoc on your system.
Let me tell you, I am in need of this! The breast feeding hunger is crazy and I’m not making the best choices these days. Less sleep always leads to more snacking and sweets for me, too. I’m ready to clean up my eating (while obviously keeping my intake very high for milk supply).
Each reset challenge has new recipes and a 21 day sample meal plan, so you can absolutely repeat the challenge. I find every 3-4 months is an ideal time for a “reset” and plan to continue the January, April, September schedule.
You can check out some of the success stories from April’s challenge here.
As in the other challenges, you will receive a 21 day sample meal plan, recipes, grocery lists plus bonus tips in daily emails.
This reset will also include information on the health foods that harm metabolism and a meal replacement list with suggestions for alternatives.
Everyone has the option to participate in a private Facebook group for additional support to share successes, challenges, recipes, tips, etc.
The challenge will run from Monday, September 8th- Sunday, September 28th.
The first 20 participants can use the code “earlybird” for a $10 discount.
Ready to join us?
Find all the details and register here!
Have you ever done a reset or clean eating challenge?
What time of year do you find most challenging to eating well?