Take the 28 Day Reset Challenge!

Hey guys!

Are you ready to take on a challenge that will SERIOUSLY change your body once and for all while giving you more energy? If you’ve been working out super hard and you’ve had trouble SEEING your results, then we need to talk FOOD. It usually boils down to what you’re eating.

I know, I know. It’s probably what you DIDN’T want to hear! I was in denial too for a long time too – thinking I was eating clean, but apparently, it wasn’t what my body truly needed to thrive.

What you need to know is that The 28 Day Reset is NOT A DIET. It is a way for you to clean out your body and figure out what food intolerances and sensitivities you may have. If you have acne, if you get bloated easily, if you have trouble losing weight – then you need to do this with me. The challenge is only 28 days long and will help you clean out, lean out and increase energy! Many POPsters have lost anywhere from 5-15 lbs in just 1 month of doing this! GUYS IT WORKS. IT WORKED FOR ME!!

The #28DayReset Challenge is FREE for everyone to take on! You don’t even need to buy my nutrition guide to get started. All you need is to download the FREE PDF that I wrote up for you below. It explains everything:


Click to download the PDF

To take on the #28DayReset Challenge, do this:

Omit the following 5 things from your diet for 28 days straight:

  1. Dairy
  2. Gluten
  3. Added Sugar
  4. Processed Food
  5. Alcohol

Commit to working out 6x/week. Choose one plan:

Download the PDF to understand why I am asking you to do this. You will seriously feel SO AMAZING on day 28. Your skin will clear up, your body will be leaner, and you will be so much stronger!

If you feel like you need more support plus access to hundreds of recipes, then it may be a good idea to get The 28 Day Reset nutrition guide. It is a comprehensive e-book that includes detailed meal plans, grocery lists, substitutions, and access to the online portal where you can directly communicate with Erin, the amazing Blogilates Executive Chef and Nutrition Coach. You can choose from getting the regular meal plan or the plant based vegan meal plan!

OK are y’all excited!!??? Comment below and tell me if you’re in!!!! LET’S DO THIS!!!!!!


CAUTION: Before embarking on any diet or weight loss program you should consult your physician or health care professional, especially if you have recently been ill or have special dietary or medical requirements, or if you are pregnant or breast feeding, are a child, or are elderly.

You should not rely on the information in this nutrition guide as an alternative to professional medical advice from your doctor or healthcare provider.

  • Jean M Relyea

    My daughter is doing the reset an accidentally ate a dum dum lollipop, she is thinking everything is ruined. Is this as bad as she thinks it is? Is everything ruined?

  • Hillary

    Is it okay to eat at beyond sushi during this 28 days reset challenge?

  • Melissa Tebbenkamp

    Hey I have a question.

    I’m going out for dinner with my mom, but it’s around halfway through the 28 day challenge…. It’s SO poorly timed….. But would that cause any harm for the challenge?

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  • Bella

    Im actually kinda pumped for this!

  • Alice

    I wonder some products like Almond breeze and Oatly are approved or not…

  • Bianca Dones

    I was wondering, is that ok to have something like soy milk?

  • Sadri

    Hi Cassy,
    I am as your fan about 4 years and I received password’s workout calendar every month. However, there is a problem because I do not received any email from you for 3 month:(( Therefore, I tried sign up as new member 2 times, but it did not work. pleaeeeeeseeeee help meeeeee!!!!!

  • Kristine

    Can you eat dates?

  • Beth

    Will you ever put an actual book in book stores of the 28-Day Reset Challenge? I like actual books.

  • Alba

    Hey Cassey
    I started to do the 28 day reset today, but I am from a hispanic culture where most of what I eat is rice and bread. I do see on your list that brown rice is ok to have which is great for me. But I am worried about my breakfast options. I have a problem with acid reflux, and feel I need to have either a toast or cereal in the morning. Would it be ok to have gluten free cereal, like for example cheerios gluten free??. I know I can have eggs and outmeal, but I just feel like cereal feels good for my stomach. Could please guide me?? Thanks!

  • Tomoyo Rini

    I aaam soo freaking excited about it! I took photos of myself and did first day’s exercise. It will be hard to not to eat dairy foods… I don’t even know what to eat now but i will prepare it with Cassey’s recommendations ♥

  • Lauren

    Can you have dairy free products? Like Lactose milk and cheese?

  • Amanda

    What do you substitute for Greek yogurt if you’re going dairy free? The only non-dairy ones I’ve found are so high in sugar! Should I just keep Greek yogurt since it’s healthy?

  • Em

    Would this be good for teens age 13-16

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  • Estefania Pantoja

    I have a question, can I try this if I am trying to gain weight? I have acne and acne products are not working😢

  • Em

    Hey. I’m kind of being a grump rn but I have some legit concerns about accessibility.
    I like the idea of these but we don’t all live in LA and have access to all these fancy (and expensive) new age ingredients. I’d like to see y’all do a cheap clean eats only shopping at Kroger and you don’t have a car so you can only buy what you can carry on the bus home because that’s my life.
    I also have a mental illness that makes it hard for me to have the energy to meal prep every day (and my days off I have to use doing chores that I don’t have time for during the week, so that uses up time and energy too).
    I’m sure I’m not the only one with these problems so I’d love some community advice but also some consideration from the Official Blogilates people (:

  • Jadeli A Martinez

    i was wondering If we have already bought PIIT1.0… I wanted to buy the pack that has 2.0 and 3.0 but would it be like buying 1.0 again, since it comes with all 3? or is there a way to just get 2.0 + 3.0? lol hopefully I made sense, thank you=)

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  • Kel Ly

    Can you have BBQ sauce on the 28 day reset? What about mayo? I wouldn’t know what else to put with canned tuna.

  • Kel Ly

    Can you have BBQ sauce on the 28 day rest? What about mayo? I wouldn’t know what else to put with canned tuna.

    • Caroline

      I think both contain ingredients you should avoid.

  • ElishaAnd Sergio Abundez

    Cassey, I ADORE Blogilates and it’s by far the most superior option for positive fitness programs! I only use Blogilates for my workouts and your peppy, sparkling personality encourage me every step of the way. Thank you for that!
    I know you also do clean eating guidance and healthy food recommendations for your fans, so I wanted to suggest you check out or view them on FB. They’re a company of meal prep that ships perfectly proportioned and measured out meals for everyone wanting to eat clean but not loving the work that all requires. The creators both had bariatric surgery and cater toward that lifestyle’s requirements, but it’s great for everyone. I’m sure your fans would love it! As far as I’ve seen it is revolutionary since it is the first service of its kind. Please check it out!
    And, as always, keep up the AMAZING work! Love you oodles and bunches!

  • Heather MissPixie Marcus

    im in for the vegan meal plan!

  • Naomi Dupras

    Sounds hard, but the results are sure to be worth it!

  • Leslie

    I wish the nutrition plan and workout plan wasn’t so expensive :(
    Not everybody can afford that :(

  • Shelby

    I probably can’t do this while breastfeeding, can I?

  • laniya epperson

    Hey cassey I just started my 28 diet and today at 9 am I had a fruit salad then at 11 I had chicken salad but I feel bad because it had chicken breast , mayo, and celery, and ritz crackers I’m just concern will this effect me please answer back .Also what are some good healthy dinner ideas that are 28 diet friendly

  • Cara Sherrod

    Hi there!
    I am just about to begin the 28 day reset but was wondering if my husband, who has Type 1 diabetes, would be able to follow the reset with me?

  • Alexis Kyle

    Would I be allowed to drink my 100% grape juice, because I used it for my germaphobia

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  • autumn

    so I really want to try this, in the lists of okay foods like okay proteins, okay vegtables, okay fruits ect, there is no okay carbs list???? are any carbs okay as long as it’s gluten free? in the build a meal section under carbs there is rice quinoa banana apple broccoli listed but is there anything else allowed? like sweet potato or gluten free bread?

  • WreckItRalph

    Hi, Curious if you have done an office related workout series yet? Maybe done in office attire so you can also have the limitations…

  • amane

    Hi cassey im not sure if your going to see this or reply,but i wanted to know if i starded the biginner plan workout will i see any results?plz reply if you can

  • Caroline

    Hi! I was just wondering if you can eat popcorn? I absolutely LOVE popcorn and don’t know if I could live without it lol! Also, is honey okay? Thanks!

  • Rebecca

    Hi! Did anyone buy the 28 Day reset program? If you did, could you tell me if the meal guide tells you how many calories each meal is? Thanks!

  • DD

    DO NOT BUY THE 28 DAY RESET IF YOU ARE ON A BUDGET. I saved up to buy this and haven’t been able to start and finish it to completion because I cannot afford all the ingredients each meal demands. I don’t know what kind of paycheck you need to make or how stocked your kitchen is beforehand to be able to get through one full week following the meal plans. Utterly depressing.

    • Anna

      Great tip…I am actually trying to figure out how to fit the meals into an affordable grocery list right now…I read the ground turkey meal prep article she wrote and it’s hard to stay within the budget I have. Good food is totally worth the money, if you have the money. I’d like to see her come up with a budget friendly meal prep.

    • Christina

      I’m the same way, I just now kinda am really motivated (more than I was 4 months ago) and since I’m in high school its hard, and so we’re on such a low budget and I’m not sure where you live but here if you want a small watermelon it’s $7 and well that 7$ goes towards animal food (I have a lot of pets because we rescued them) and if you want a very small container of blueberries its like $6 per pound and same with raspberries and Strawberries are like $8 per pound and stuff and its just so depressing. I’d like to complete this with following everything not just doing a little bit of it, but because meat (1 pound of super nasty/cheap hamburger meat is now 5$) so like chicken is out of pocket. Its super depressing and hard because I’d love to just have salad and fruit and vegetables for dinner but because of all the things you want to get it costs so much, and for 4 people that one thing can add up to just as much as going out to eat. Its really depressing and I’m getting to a state of mind right now that I don’t even want to try because I can’t afford or get the foods we need. I’d love to make smoothies for breakfast but then you add the whatever you’re suppose to add and it costs so much more than getting a box of cereal. I’m not sure how to even start my ‘diet’ with the proper foods because we can’t afford any of it. And even though I’m doing portion sizes and stuff, it’s still making me feel crappy. My mom said though that we’re going to try adding a salad and fruit and vegetables for dinner at least once a week to start off and then add more healthier choices.

  • Elizabeth Avila

    I am currently on day 10 on my reset and I am standing strong. I am loving it so much and I already see and feel a difference in/on my body. I’ve discovered so many amazing recipes that I hope to continue making even after the 28day reset. I do have a question though. For sweetening I understand that you can use a tiny bit of stevia. But what about raw honey? Would that be acceptable to use as a sweetner?

  • Allie

    I am starting in a few days with a friend but I need more recipes that are reset approved. Any ideas? Thank you so much!