Frequently Asked Questions
Is this a low-carb program?
No. Carbs aren’t bad and you’ll be enjoying them every meal. This program is a “no counting” program – as in no calorie counting. It’s also not a detox or an elimination diet. You’re simply going to make some food switcheroos. You’ll learn how to replace some of the foods that make you feel like crap with foods that make you feel better and energized…and this doesn’t mean salads and green juices every meal. You will be eating normal foods. Healthy proteins like steak and fish (if you eat meat), fiber-rich carbs like veggies, potatoes, fruits and chickpea pasta, and healthy fats like olive oil, butter and even cheese. This is set up to be a no fail plan. But if you do fall off, it’s SO easy to hop back on!
Will I have to buy expensive supplements?
Nope! Not a requirement. In fact, we want to teach you how to get all your macros and vitamins and minerals from whole foods. But we also understand that busy lifestyles get in the way of that. Some people enjoy shakes as a quick meal and there’s nothing wrong with that. We’d be happy to make some recommendations on supplements if a quick on-the-go-meal sounds like a convenient option for you. Supplements can also be helpful to improve recovery post-workout!
Can I do this program if I’m dairy or gluten free or don’t eat meat?
YES! Choose foods from the macro list that you can eat! Food swaps are always available!
For reals – how much weight can I expect to lose?
Each person is unique so the answer varies. But a 5lb weight loss in 4 weeks is common. Do know this – this plan isn’t a weight loss plan, it’s a fat loss plan. You will want to look at inches lost more than the scale. Look at inches! Also look at how you FEEL! Participants report better sleep, improved focused, more energy, less stress and improved digestion! We’ve also heard of participants getting off prescription meds after meeting with their doctor following this program!
Is this program all online?
Yes! Follow the modules at the suggested pace or at your own pace! And be sure to join the FB group for virtual accountability and additional resources.