14 Day Whole-Food, Plant-based Challenge

The 14-Day Whole-Food, Plant-based Challenge is a 2-week meal plan with handouts and recipe collections that focuses on cooking and eating real food in order to feel great. 

This challenge follows basic nutrition guidelines - nonprocessed food, contains no added sugars - with easy-to-follow recipe instructions. The essence of eating whole foods is consuming and preparing food in its most natural form using simple ingredients in a nutritionally balanced way. It encapsulates mindful eating. It means shopping with a conscience, choosing organic when possible, and getting plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables. Most important, it's all about eating super-healthy food that leaves you feeling happy and energized. 

Knowing how to fuel your body with high-quality whole foods is an important skill that anyone can learn. With this 14-day meal plan, our team of dieticians has created a foolproof framework for an entire two weeks of healthy eating so you can experience your clients' full potential through healthy eating learning how to incorporate healthy eating into their routine after the challenge. In this plan, we have done all of the hard work for you. We have created a menu of nutritionally balanced meals, calculated the nutritional data for each meal and each day, and put together the shopping lists to take to the store for each week. The meal plan takes into account using leftovers which results in little to no food waste and keeps you on budget.  

Who is this 14-day challenge designed for?

  • Active individuals looking to directly experience how healthy eating can benefit them.
  • Anyone who wants to learn how to season and make delicious foods using healthy ingredients.
  • Athletes and non-athletes alike who wish to learn more about increasing their plant proteins and how to apply this knowledge during and after the challenge.
  • Note: if you have specific dietary needs based on heavy athletic training, this plan can still be used for the basic healthy eating guidelines and serve as a nutritional starting point for meals. You may need to alter to fit your higher specific calorie and macronutrient needs.

What you will learn:

  • Which foods are considered whole foods, plant-based, and how to incorporate living a healthy lifestyle.
  • The knowledge of how to put together meals so you can continue eating healthy after the challenge.
  • How to make better and more nutritious food choices whether you’re at home, at work, or out to eat.
  • Awareness of what you’re eating.
  • The understanding and ability to make food choices based on how food affects your body.
  • How to plan ahead. Making food from scratch takes time and effort. 

What the Plan Includes: