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.

  • Bella A.

    I am committing starting today, I have been doing your workouts along with more day and night and I hope improving what I eat will make the weight loss process even quicker, because right now its sloowwwww. Thanks Cassey :) What is your opinion on artifical sweetners like Splenda?

  • Rhea

    are you ever going to restock the 2017 fit planner

  • Taryn

    Heyyy does anyone know if I can eat honey, may be a dumb question but hey 😂

  • Leigha Mae Desmond

    I was going to try your beginner calendar, along with the Beachbody on Demand programs I do, but I saw this 28 day reset and figure why not jump in and do the reset along with the beginner program. BOD will be there in a month. I need variety and to spice things up! My current BOD program ends on Sunday, so I will be starting the 28 day reset and beginner calendar on Monday the 27th. Wish me luck!

    • Leigha Mae Desmond

      I am a bigger girl. I started at 391.6 in Aug 2016. I am down to 355.8 now. Every program I’ve looked at tells me different stuff, calories wise. You said eat 250-400 calories per meal 5x a day. That enough for someone my size? I don’t feel “hungry” often and when I eat what most body calculators say that I should, I always feel too full and have belly pain. Also can you intermediate fast? I like having a smaller eating window. It helps stop me from snacking during fasted hours…etc.

  • Chelsea Scott

    Hey Cassey! Can’t wait to start this 28 day reset, I was wondering, on the veggies and fruits and protein you put etc.. at the end. I’d like to know what more there would be to the veggie section!
    You are an amazing person!!!

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  • Laura

    I have one more question! I saw really good results ir people who tried PIIT which u need to buy, Im wondering maybe someday this can be free? Cause there is I think a lot of people who need this and for example me – I cant buy this, I going to school and because first ir all my parents, second-we are not that rich… Im completely understand that u need these money cause u worked for this so hard, but maybe someday…

  • Auguste

    Hey Cassey and popsters! Its my second day of this challenge. Im doing right now , actually I started yesterdayFebruary calendar, I guess its never too late, yeah?:D Im wondering is bad baguette? The french toast? I ate that not much but still, Im trying to eat healthy as much as I can and Im wondering if few bites of product that I cant eat wont destroy my plan?

  • Pooja

    M pure vegetarian. Can you suggest some thing veggie in protein diet.

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  • Rae Macahilas

    Hello Cassey! Thank you so much for sharing the PDF for the 28-day Reset. I’m thinking of taking up the challenge. Just need to ask: I’ve been mostly using grape seed oil when I cook these days. Is that compliant with the 28-day Reset challenge?

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  • Emily

    What kind of salad dressings are okay to have while doing the 28 day reset?

  • True06

    hi, i am just wondering if i can eat vegan cheese?

  • Adrianna Wolfe

    Hey Cassey, I have a question about calories in the reset. I need to consume about 2000 to 2500 calories per day to maintain my weight, 147, which is roughly 10 to 15 pounds underweight. I have never suffered with an ED, I just have a naturally high metabolism. So how would I adjust the reset to fit my bodies needs?

  • Anusha Noor

    Can I use red meat, and corn flour?

  • Lina

    Hey Cassey, what about honey?
    Does it count as processed food?

  • Anusha

    Can I use honey? Does that count in added sugars as well?

  • Tanja K

    Hey Cassey :)
    So now that I’m finally done with all my exams I’d really like to do the 28DayResetChallenge :)
    I kinda don’t know what to have for breakfast though. First I thought glutenfree oats, but they are crazy expensive in Germany!! I don’t have a lot of time since I’ll have to get up for work at 4:30am already (have to go there by bike, it’s 10k one way) so it’ll have to be something quick or something I can do the night before and something that’ll give me enough energy for the ride.. Do you have any recommendations?
    I’d really appreciate it :)

    Love from Germany <3

  • Viviana Cervantes

    Hello! I just began the 28reset, I was wondering if Glutten free flour worked if we did not have almond flour and such?

  • Lily

    Is any dried fruit okay? Chips, no chips at all? What if it’s banana chips?

  • Lina

    Hi Cassey ! I will do the 28reset challenge through february !
    I wonder whether honey and soymilk are allowed?

  • Jeanette M. McCay

    what about vegan dairy if i cant have cheese ill need to subsitite it

  • cedes

    I am going to start this 28 day reset tomorrow for feb and I don’t really know about healthy food so I need help!! … I usually eat oatmeal from a packet with vanilla almond milk with fruit sometimes for breakfast and for lunch i have silk dairy free vanilla yogurt with fruit… If i have to avoid processed foods, is there any alternatives you would recommend for me???

  • Katie WILSON

    Is it ok to have honey on the reset? And I have gluten free noodles that are made of brown rice flour and flax seed, with nothing else. Are those ok?

  • ieva

    Hi! Just wondering – if you cut out all dairy, where do you get your probiotics from?

  • Trisha Lafreniere

    Is Truvia an approved form of stevia? Trying to figure things out

  • Rio Moeller

    Just curious what everyone did for hummus? Did you make your own? Is the sabra hummus ok for this do you think? I know there is more than 3 ingredients so that’s why I’m asking! Thank you!!!

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  • Tilde

    I`m on the first day now (yeah, I do it now) and I`m so excided! Although it`s a little bit hard. I really love these challenges! Is soy-milk ok with the challenge?

  • Sierra

    Is ketchup allowed on the reset?

  • Zoe

    hey Cassey i know it is late but i started doing the whole 30 witch is all most the same thing but more and longer and i started on jan 9th so if i could still get aboard that would be amazing

  • Stella

    Hi!! ? Are seitan and tofu okay for the challenge?

  • Cecilia Zapiain Ocańas

    I’ve been doing the reset challenge for two weeks now, and, even though I do feel less bloated I am not so sure I see a big change in my tummy fat as I thought I would. I am, meanwhile, going to the doctor for a possible problem with gallstones but otherwise what do you recommend for losing fat? I also have much fat around my arms and legs as well, but mostly arms and upper body, any little thing helps. I’ve been eating many salads like I should! and eating fish :) but I still have my occasional snack like a small bit of chocolate or so every few days. What other veggies do you recommend for salads I’d love to see more recipes, I’ve seen very few so far and anything for breakfast would help a lot really <3 thanks!

    p.s. I am also starting the PIIT 28 on march so I'd love to hear more recipe ideas with white meats and red meats involved as well :) maybe for protein and building muscle as well :)

    • Erin

      Our PIIT RESET book has SO many recipes that discuss all the things you’re hoping to see: breakfasts of eggs, frittatas, crepes and pancakes, salad lunches, and tons of chicken dishes.
      Cassey just posted a roasted veggie bowl on her blog, so check that out to learn how to roast veggies and add them to cold salads all week long.
      To lose fat- you need to exercise, build lean muscle and eat less than you’re burning, in other words, be in a calorie deficit. The surest way to do that if you’re not fully doing the reset with the book is to log your food in an app like My Fitness Pal so you track everything you’re eating. Now— if you’re eating too little- that’s also a problem. Your body will slow its metabolism because it assumes it won’t be fed enough. This happens a lot to women dipping under 1,100 calories per day.

  • Martine

    I have been dedicated to the 28 day reset. It has been a wonderful opportunity for me to learn to eat differently and bring out all those healthy recipes that I keep my drawers. Oats, almond milk and fruit for breakfast have replaced bread and butter, and I no longer need a snack at 10:00. I have lost 6.5 pounds so far, mostly around the waist and thighs. My skin looks fresh and healthy (and that’s important when you are 48), I no longer feel bloated and I do not suffer from any seasonal sicknesses. I usually have a bad cold at this time of the year. I can only see improvements! However, I am still craving for pasta, bread and cake and feel that it will be necessary to establish a set of new rules as of next week in order to maintain the benefits of the reset and appreciate the pleasure of digging into brownies and croissants. Would you have some advice?

    • Erin

      This is AH-MAZING!!
      I’m sorry to hear those cravings haven’t diminished. They generally do. Though sometimes they’re emotional cravings and not physiological cravings. And that’s ok. We sometimes crave comfort.
      For pasta- please google black bean noodles. They’re delicious. Gluten free. Satisfy like pasta and have loads of protein. For bread- check out Mikey’s Muffins (and pizza crust) or Californiacountrygal.com for amazing grain-free bread mixes.

  • mi

    i’ve been doing the 28 day reset (free version) and piit. i’ve been tracking my calories (both exercise and food) and losing weight, but after the first week i’ve been getting really dizzy often. it’s really hard for me to focus when i’m reading or looking at things and i’ve been feeling really lightheaded just when i’m walking around or even driving. can somebody help me understand what’s going on? it’s really freaking me out

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  • Tuba

    When doing this challenge do you have to do workout ???
    Ps: love you so much your the one that got me motivated ?

    • Erin

      Yes. You should exercise at least 4-5 days per week. The Piit workouts are only 30 minutes :)

  • Britney E Case

    Having issues downloading this pdf, I download it but it goes to amazon Kindle and sause not around to open. :(

    • Erin

      Oh no!! I haven’t heard anyone say that before.

      • Britney E Case

        I thought as much..not sure what to do then..

  • Simran

    So a few days back I got extremely ill, and the night I was up with high fever, I hadn’t eaten anything, and there was nothing I could prepare by myself in the middle of the night and desperate times called for desperate measures so I consumed something out of gluten, after that day, I made sure I continued this perfectly without giving in but I don’t know if that one day is going to affect the entire result. :c