3 Week Body Reset Plan - Commonly Asked Questions
Should I buy the 3 Week Body Reset Plan or the 21 Day Spring Slim Down Plan?
Great question! The 3 Week Body Reset Plan is brand new, has more summery recipes and a mindset component. It also has slightly more detailed and comprehensive emails.
I would opt for the 3 Week Body Reset if you haven’t done either of my plans before. Then, afterwards, you could move on to the 21 Day Spring Slim Down!
What’s difference between the under 75kg and the over 75kg 3 Week Body Reset Plan?
Just calories! So, some of the meals are a little bigger, or there may be a slightly larger snack for the day. Other than than, both plans are very similar and have the same recipes!
The under 75kg plan sits at roughly 1200-1350 calories a day through the week. The over 75kg plan sits at roughly 1400-1550 calories a day through the week.
Both assume light exercise, so, if you are a very active person, I suggest you add an extra 200 calorie snack to your day on the days you exercise (using the snack ideas guide).
Already done the 21 Day Spring Slim Down? Wondering whether it’s worth you doing the 3 Week Body Reset?
Absolutely. Even though the general macronutrient composition is the same in both plans, I ensured that I changed as much as I could! All new emails, 90% of the recipes are new, the mindset component is new and it’s far more Summery!
Is this plan suitable for vegetarians or pescetarians?
An entirely separate eBook has been made for you! It is pescatarian. Please make sure you purchase the one that includes this in the title.
Is this plan suitable for vegans?
Half of the meals in the plan are vegan, however vegans are probably the only sub group of people that I wouldn’t recommend a low carb lifestyle to. This is because when we exclude meat, fish and eggs we need to replace these rich protein sources, to ensure our protein needs are met with plant-based foods such as legumes and quinoa. These foods are high in carbs and that’s totally OK – you can’t follow a super low carb diet if you’re vegan – it’s not sustainable.
So, what can you do?
I’ve worked with so many vegans and made personalised plans that have produced amazing results, as I still ensure that the meals have a positive affect on your hormonal environment like in a low carb diet, are calorie controlled to your needs and are tasty – of course!
I am offering vegans my deluxe 12-day plan but extending it to be 21 days long for the same price (see services for more details).
Does this plan cater for people with egg sensitivities?
Eggs are included in the plan, however, there are definitely alternatives that can be made whilst keeping the macronutrients constant, please email me after purchase and I will assist you.
Does this plan cater for people with allergies to nuts?
Nuts are included in the plan, however, there are definitely alternatives that can be made whilst keeping the macronutrients constant, please email me after purchase and I will assist you.
How can this plan be adapted to suit my partner?
Men can certainly join in with you on this plan. However, as this plan was designed for women, so the amounts of food would need to be increased to match men’s greater energy requirements. My generalized advice for men following this plan is to:
· Have regular pasta instead of zoodles
· Increase the protein serves at dinner time by at least 50 grams
· Add an extra 200 calorie snack to their day using the Snack Ideas Guide
If you would like more advice on this topic and to further tweak aspects of the plan so that it suits yours and your partners needs perfectly, please contact Bec to arrange a consultation at a reduced rate of $130 (saving of $20).
Are you close to 75 kgs and wondering which plan is best for you?
If you are planning on doing more exercise than is suggested in this plan (a 20-60 minute walk, a Pilates class or a Yoga class on 5-6 days per week), I would recommend the over 75 kgs plan.
If you will follow the above suggested amount of exercise (or less), I would recommend the under 75 kgs plan and add an extra 200 calorie snack to your day if you feel too hungry.
Are the ingredients in this plan easy to find?
Yes! Nearly all of the foods can be found at common supermarkets. The only foods that will need to be sourced elsewhere are protein powder and paleo bread. However, in the plan, I have given you advice on where to find them (general health food stores or online).
Can I exercise during this plan?
The 3 Week Body Reset Plan absolutely allows for exercise. I have assumed a light to moderate amount of exercise, meaning long walks, Pilates and / or Yoga. Then in weeks two and three I suggest adding in a couple of higher intensity workouts.
If you feel like your exercise classes are more than this, that's completely fine, just be sure to add an extra 200 calorie snack to your day using the Snack Ideas Guide that you will be receiving. I do suggest however to limit the classes on the first 5 days of the plan as your energy levels may decrease due to the lower consumption of carbs. As part of the plan, you will be receiving lots of support emails along the way going into further details of the exercise components with this plan.
Can you swap coconut yogurt to greek yogurt in either of the plans or in my recipes?
Yes, if you don’t have any digestive concerns or inflammatory complains such as acne, ecsthma, psoriasis or arthritis, you can make the swap! If you do, you can have a little more! Have 1/2 cup greek yogurt in place of 1/3 cup coconut yogurt.
Oh, and make sure it’s full fat with no added sugar (it should have no more than 5g/100g).
Is the 3 Week Body Reset Plan suitable for women who follow a low FODMAP diet?
Absolutely. There are some higher FODMAP foods that pop up throughout the plan, however, I have created a page in there to suggest suitable alternatives. With the plan being totally gluten and grain free and very limited in fairy, you may be surprised to see that this is where your IBS problem lies! So many clients heal from focusing on cutting out these foods as opposed to being super strict with FODMAPS!
Is the 3 Week Body Reset suitable for pregnant women?
It’s completely fine and safe to follow when pregnant, but I would suggest a few things…
As your energy needs are higher when pregnant and the research isn’t super strong to prove that restricting carbs is harmful or not, I would add in a little more to each day that is actually a bit higher in carbs just to be safe.
Add approx 1 cup sweet potato, potato or other root veggies to your lunches and dinners
OR 1/2 cup cooked brown rice or quinoa.
Add 1 more cup of fruit to your days.
Other than that, I can’t see why it’s not safe as it’s very high in nutrients. And as long as you’re taking a folate supplement, missing out on folate fortified grains won’t be an issue!
If you have more questions or would like the plan to be further tailored to you and your needs with one on one support (highly recommended for a greater chance of success), please contact me. My Initial Consultation service for women who purchase the plan is only $130 (saving of $20).
Unsure about whether this plan or a personalised meal plan service is better for you? Please contact me to arrange a free, 10 minute phone call.