Embarking on a journey towards eating clean with the 14 Day Reset doesn't have to be overwhelming. It's all about taking baby steps and making simple, sustainable changes to your diet. Remember, this is just the beginning, and there's plenty of room for adjustments along the way.

Simplify Your Diet: The First Step  
To start, focus on eliminating processed foods. If the ingredient list contains items you can't pronounce, it's a good indication it doesn't belong in your clean eating plan. Reduce your intake of bread and sugars, as these can hinder your progress. Instead, prioritize whole, unprocessed foods.

Protein: A Key Nutrient for Your Diet

Protein is key for keeping you full longer and helping you eat less. It also burns more calories to digest than other foods and keeps your muscles strong, especially important when you’re eating fewer calories. In short, protein helps you manage your weight by making you feel satisfied, boosting your metolism, and maintaining muscle health.

Incorporating the right amount of protein is crucial for maintaining good health. A straightforward guideline is to aim for about 0.50 grams of protein for every pound of body weight each day. This approach is adaptable, allowing you to adjust based on your activity level and health objectives.

How to Determine Your Protein Needs
Finding out your daily protein requirement is simple: multiply your body weight in pounds by 0.50. For example, if you weigh 200 lbs, your protein goal would be:
200 lbs x 0.50 grams of protein = 100 grams of protein per day.

Feel free to adjust this number up or down to better suit your lifestyle and nutritional goals.


Structure your meals with protein as the focal point. Begin with vegetables to help moderate blood sugar levels. Following your veggies, incorporate your protein source, and then, if you have room, add any other clean components of your meal. This sequence not only helps in stabilizing blood sugar but also optimizes digestion.

If you're looking for a more structured approach, several diet plans can guide your clean eating journey:

- No Processed Sugar: Focuses on eliminating added sugars to improve overall health and energy levels.
- Whole Foods: Prioritizes whole, unprocessed foods.
- Intermittent Fasting: Cycles between periods of fasting and eating.
- Paleo:  Emphasizes eating whole foods and avoiding grains and processed items, mirroring ancient diets for better health.
- Whole30:  Eliminates sugar, alcohol, grains, legumes, soy, and dairy for 30 days.
- Keto: Low-carb, high-fat diet focusing on ketosis.
- Plant-Based: Centers around foods derived from plants.
- Vegan: A form of plant-based that excludes all animal products.
- GAPS (Gut and Psychology Syndrome): Aims to heal the digestive system.


Choosing a meal plan that resonates with your lifestyle and preferences can significantly impact your success. Remember, the goal is to make lasting changes that feel right for you. Start with the basics, and don't hesitate to explore different meal plans to find what works best. Eating clean is a journey, and every small step counts.

Click on the image below for more detailed information and recipes for each of the meal plan options.